Copying fees :
regarding the fees to be charged when for the supply of copies
on the Tribunal's record, when the competent authority has
approved of the supply of copies, are contained in Rule 38
of the Procedure Rules. Under Rule 45(v) ibid, the Registrar
is empowered to order the grant of copies of documents to
parties to Proceedings
Application for inspection of document or record of the Tribunal
45 (v) of the procedure Rules empowers the Registrar to grant
leave to concerned parties to inspect the records of the Tribunal.
Rule 39 ibid provides that no fee shall be charged for such
inspection. The application for inspection should put up to
the Assistant Registrar for initial and date after receipt
from the Applicant. The Assistant Registrar shall thereafter
send it to the Head Clerk concerned. The Head Clerk shall
mark it to the dealing clerk. It should be diarised and date
of receipt should be recorded. The dealing-hand should submit
it with the relevant file to the Registrar through the Assistant
Registrar for orders. If the Registrar orders inspection to
be allowed this should be done in the presence of the Assistant
Refund of fee paid
the Bench orders refund of the fee paid by the parties towards
a reference application the Bench Registry should issue a
sanction for refund in the prescribed form (Appendix-45) after
obtaining orders of the President. Two copies of the sanction
are to be endorsed to the Cash Branch for further necessary
Weeding and Destruction of old Records :
weeding and destruction of old records and registers of the
Tribunal shall be carried out in accordance with the instructions
in Chapter 14.
instructions to dispatcher :
of grounds of appeal notices of hearing and orders meant for
the appellant/respondent are to he sent by Registered Post
with Acknowledgment Due. Adjournment notices intimating the
new date of hearing should also be sent by Registered Post
Acknowledgment Due. "Adjourned sine die" notices
may be issued by ordinary post.
The address given in the body of the communication should
be legibly written on the envelope. The correctness and the
legibility of the address should be verified by the Assistant
Registrar/Head Clerk before issue.
Notice Boards :
a facility to litigants, notice boards have been put up in
the Tribunal at its various locations. It is important that
the notice boards are properly maintained. Not only should
all essential information be promptly displayed but old notices
which would clutter up the notice board and lead to confusion
should be removed as soon as they have served their purpose.
Supervision to ensure proper maintenance of the notice boards
will be the responsibility of Deputy Registrar (Judicial)
in New Delhi and of the respective Assistant Registrars at
There should be one notice board for notices and orders of
a general nature and a separate notice board for each Bench,
on which the cause lists of that Bench will be displayed.
Posting of cause lists will be in the manner indicated in
para 12.04. Where a substantial number of staff are employed
(as in New Delhi) there will also be a separate notice board
for display of orders on personnel matters etc.