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Indian Stamp Act, 1899


57. Statement of case by Chief Controlling Revenue-authority to High Court

(1) The Chief Controlling Revenue-authority may state any case referred to it under section 56, sub-section (2), or otherwise coming to its notice, and refer such case, with its own opinion thereon,-

56[(a) if it arises in a State to the High Court for that State;]

57[(b) if it arises in the Union territory of Delhi to the High Court of Delhi;]

58[(c) if it arises in the Union territory of Arunachal Pradesh or Mizoram, to the Gauhati High Court (the High Court of Assam, Nagaland, Meghalaya, Manipur and Tripura;)]

(d) if it arises in the Union territory of the Andaman and Nicobar Islands, to the High Court at Calcutta; 59[* * *]

(e) if it arises in the Union territory of the 60[Lakshadweep], to the High Court of Kerala;]

61[(ee) if it arises in the Union territory of Chandigarh, to the High Court of Punjab and Haryana;]

62[(f) if it arises in the Union territory of Dadra and Nagar Haveli, to the High Court of Bombay;]

(2) Every such case shall be decided by not less than three Judges of the High Court 63[* * *] to which it is referred, and in case of difference the opinion of the majority shall prevail.



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