#FinanceAct: The issues surrounding de-tribunalisationMarch 25 2017
Finance Minister Arun Jaitley's Budget speech hinted at the reduction in the number of tribunals, and it has emerged that the Centre has done just that with the recent passing of the The Finance Amendment Bill, 2017.
The Amendment Bill, which is longer than the original Finance Bill itself, has revealed, among other things, the list of tribunals that are sought to be eliminated and the absorption of their responsibilities.
The ninth schedule of the amendment bill provides a list . . .
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