Appellate Authority definition

Appellate Authority means Committee of Directors consisting of Director (Finance) and Director (BD) for works centers under Director (Projects). For all other cases committee of Directors shall consist of Director (Finance) & Director (Projects).
Appellate Authority means an authority appointed or authorised to hear appeals as referred to in section 107;

Examples of Appellate Authority in a sentence

  • After hearing the parties, perusal or inspection of documents and relevant records or copies thereof relating to the matter, the Appellate Authority concerned shall pass an order in writing and provide the copy of order to the parties to appeal free of cost.

  • Either party may challenge the Appellate Authority on the basis of conflict of interest or bias.

  • The Appellate Authority will review the investigation report and notice of outcome, and may elect to meet with the parties.

  • Within fifteen (15) working days of receipt of the appeal, the Appellate Authority will render a decision using the preponderance of the evidence standard and will simultaneously inform the parties of the decision in writing.

  • Though the Rent Controller has addressed himself to the question whether there is wilful default in the payment of rent, the Appellate Authority, as pointed out above, has not examined that question.


More Definitions of Appellate Authority

Appellate Authority means Committee of Directors.
Appellate Authority means the Appellate Authority for Advance Ruling constituted under section 99;
Appellate Authority means the authority prescribed under sub-section (1) of Section 127 of the Act;
Appellate Authority means Committee of Directors
Appellate Authority means Committee formed by IGGL.
Appellate Authority means the Appellate Authority for Advance Ruling referred to in section 99;