How long can Judgement be reserved?

How long can Judgement be reserved?

The norms and standards state that the judicial officers should make every effort to hand down reserved judgments no later than three months after the date of the last hearing.”

Under what circumstances delay can be condoned?

Section 5 of the Limitation Act talks about the condonation of delay. It provides that the court can accept any appeal or application when filed after the limitation period if the appellant or applicant shows that he had a sufficient cause for not filing the appeal or application within the prescribed period.

How long is a judgment reserved by a Supreme court in general cases?

Two years is too long a time for getting an order kept reserved. One or two months is normal. But two year is beyond any explanation. You must mention the matter to the particular judge so he gives verdict.

What happens when a court reserves Judgement?

Definition of ‘to reserve judgment’ If you reserve judgment on something, you refuse to give an opinion about it until you know more about it.

How do you write a condonation delay?

Respectfully Sheweth :

  1. That the applicant has filed a _____ in this Hon’ble Court.
  2. That there is _____ days delay in filing the _____ due to the reasons ____.
  3. That the delay in filing the _____ is neither intentional nor will full but due to the good and sufficient reasons shown herein above.

What is 119 2 )( B after condonation of delay?

Section 119 (2)(b) provides that CBDT can authorize income tax authority to admit an application or claim of any refund after the expiry of period specified by the Act.

What does it mean if a Judgement is reserved?

Reserved judgments are those that are usually complex and require time for the judge to deliberate. In the Western Cape High Court, 31% of reserved judgments are overdue.

What does it mean when a judge reserves judgment?

Who can file condonation of delay?

Section 119(2)(b) of the Income Tax Act, 1961, provides for condonation of delay of any application or claims filed under the Act. The income tax authority allows the delayed claim if a taxpayer has faced genuine hardship that led to a delay in verifying your ITR within the 120-days deadline.

How do I check my condonation status?

Step 1: Login to the ‘e-Filing’ portal Step 2: Go to the ‘My Account’ menu and select ‘Service Request’. Step 3: Now choose the ‘Request Type’ and ‘View Request’ and select the ‘Request Category’ as ‘Condonation Request’ and submit the page to view the status of your request.