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The Motor Vehicles Act, 1988

103. Issue of permits to State transport undertakings.

  1. Where, in pursuance  of an  approved scheme,  any State transport undertaking applies in such manner as may be prescribed by the State Government in this behalf  for a stage carriage permit or a goods carriage permit or a contract  carriage permit  in respect of a notified area or notified route, the  State Transport  Authority in any case where the said area or route  lies in  more than  one region  and the  Regional  Transport

Authority in  any other  case shall  issue such  permit to  the  State  transport  undertaking,   notwithstanding  anything  to  the  contrary contained in Chapter V. For  the purpose  of giving  effect to the approved scheme in respect of  a notified  area or  notified route,  the State  Transport Authority or,  as the  case may  be, the  Regional Transport Authority concerned may, by order,--

  1. refuse  to entertain  any application  for the  grant or renewal of any other permit or reject any such application as may be pending;
  2. cancel any existing permit;
  3. modify the terms of any existing permit so as to--
  1. render  the permit  ineffective beyond  a specified date;
  2. reduce  the number  of vehicles  authorised to  be used under the permit;
  3. curtail  the area  or route covered by the permit in so  far as  such permit  relates to  the notified area or notified route.
  1. For  the removal  of doubts,  it is  hereby declared  that no  appeal shall  lie against  any action  taken, or  order passed, by the  State Transport  Authority or  any Regional  Transport Authority under  sub-section (1) or sub-section (2).

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