About the Tribunal

ITAT is a quasi judicial institution set up in January, 1941 and specializes in dealing with appeals under the Direct Taxes Acts. The orders passed by the ITAT are final, an appeal lies to the High Court only if a substantial question of law arises for determination.

Starting in 1941 with six Members constituting three Benches - one each at Delhi, Kolkata (Calcutta) and Mumbai (Bombay), the numbers of Benches have progressively increased and presently ITAT has 63 Benches at 27 different stations covering almost all the cities havin...

About the President
About the president

Born on 5 November 1960 at Khamgaon, District Buldhana. Graduated in Science from G.S. College of Commerce, Science, and Arts, Khamgaon in 1981. Obtained LL.B. Degree from Nagpur University and was enrolled as an Advocate on 5 December 1984. Comes from a family of Lawyers. Practiced mainly on the Civil and Criminal side, in the District Court and ...

Latest Updates
  • ITAT - Self Appraisal Report, conducted by the Indian Institue of Mass Communication, New Delhi for the year (2022-23) under Section 4 (1) (b) of the RTI Act, 2005. pdf 1.46 MB
  • Hon'ble President's Order dated 01 December, 2023 - Nomination of Shri S.K. Pandey, Assistant Registrar as Assistant Public Information Officer of ITAT Chennai Benches under RTI Act. 2005. pdf 38.03 KB
  • Notice advising the parties for updation of E-Mail address and Mobile Numbers in Appeals and Cross Objections pending before the Tribunal. pdf 77.88 KB
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