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The Motor Vehicles Act, 1988

90. Revision. 

The State  Transport Appellate Tribunal may, on an application made  to it,  call for  the record of any case in which an order has  been made  by  a  State  Transport  Authority  or  Regional Transport Authority against which no appeal lies, and if it appears to the State  Transport Appellate  Tribunal that  the order  made by  the State Transport  Authority or Regional Transport Authority is improper or illegal, the State Transport Appellate Tribunal may pass such order in relation  to the case as it deems fit and every such order shall be final:

Provided that the State Transport Appellate Tribunal shall not entertain any application from a person aggrieved by an order of a State Transport Authority or Regional Transport Authority, unless the application is made within thirty days from the date of the order:

Provided further  that the State Transport Appellate Tribunal may entertain the  application after  the expiry  of the  said  period  of thirty days,  if it  is satisfied  that the applicant was prevented by good and sufficient cause from making the application in time: Provided also  that the  State Transport Appellate Tribunal shall not pass an order under this section prejudicial to any person without giving him a reasonable opportunity of being heard.

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