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The Motor Vehicles Act, 1988

214. Effect of appeal and revision on orders passed by original authority.

  1. Where an  appeal has  been preferred or an application for revision  has been  made against  any order  passed by an original authority under  this Act,  the appeal or the application for revision shall not  operate as  a stay  of the  order passed  by  the  original authority and such order shall remain in force pending the disposal of the appeal or the application for revision, as the case may be, unless the prescribed  appellate authority  or revisional authority otherwise directs.
  2. Notwithstanding  anything contained in sub-section (1), if an application made  by a  person for  the renewal  of  permit  has  been rejected by  the original  authority and  such person has preferred an appeal or made an application for revision under this Act against such rejection, the  appellate authority  or,  as  the  case  may  be,  the revisional authority  may by  order  direct  that  the  permit  shall, notwithstanding the expiration of the term specified therein, continue to be  valid until  the appeal or application for revision is disposed of.
  3. No  order made  by a competent authority under this Act shall be reversed  or altered on appeal or revision on account of any error, omission or  irregularity in the proceedings, unless it appears to the prescribed appellate  authority or  revisional authority,  as the case may be,  that such  error, omission  or  irregularity  has,  in  fact, occasioned a failure of justice.

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