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Motor Vehicles Act, 1988


89. Appeals.

  1. Any person--

  1. aggrieved  by the  refusal of  the State  or a  Regional Transport Authority  to grant  a  permit,  or  by  any  condition attached to a permit granted to him, or

  2. Aggrieved by the revocation or suspension of the permit or by any variation of the conditions thereof, or

  3. Aggrieved by the refusal to transfer the permit under section 82 or

  4. Aggrieved by the refusal of the State or a Regional Transport Authority to countersign a permit, or by any condition attached to such countersignature, or

  5. Aggrieved by the refusal of renewal of a permit, or

  6. Aggrieved by the refusal to grant permission under section 83 or

  7. aggrieved  by any  other order  which may be prescribed, may, within  the prescribed time and in the prescribed manner, appeal to  the State  Transport  Appellate Tribunal constituted under sub-section (2), who  shall, after  giving such person and the original  authority an opportunity of  being heard,  give  a decision thereon which shall be final.

  1. The State Government shall constitute for the State, a State Transport Appellate Tribunal which shall consist of a judicial officer who is not below the rank of a District Judge, or who is qualified to be a Judge of a High Court:

Provided that in relation to a Union territory, the Tribunal may consist of the Administrator of that territory or any officer who has judicial experience.

  1. Notwithstanding anything contained in sub-section (1) or sub- section (2), every appeal pending at the commencement of this Act, shall continue to be proceeded with and disposed of as if this Act had not been passed.

Explanation.--For the  removal of  doubts, it  is hereby declared that when  any order  is made  by the State Transport Authority or the Regional Transport Authority in pursuance of a direction issued by the Inter-State Transport  Commission under  clause (c) of sub-section (2) of section  63A of  the Motor  Vehicles Act,  1939 (4 of 1939.) as it stood immediately  before the commencement of this Act, and any person feels aggrieved  by such  order on  the  ground  that  it  is  not  in consonance with such direction, he may appeal under sub-section (1) to the State  Transport Appellate  Tribunal against  such order  but  not against the direction so issued.



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