Mere Filing of Appeal against Tribunal’s /High Court’s Order Before Supreme Court Not a Valid Ground to Ignore Challenged Orders: CESTAT [Read Order]

The tribunal held that the authorities below have absolutely no regard for the orders passed by the tribunal, though, as per the judicial discipline, they are binding on them and they are required to follow the same.
CESTAT - Appeal against Tribunal's High Court’s Order Before Supreme Court - Challenged Orders - Tax news - Taxscan

In a recent case, the Delhi Bench of Customs, Excise, and Service Tax Appellate Tribunal (CESTAT) has held that mere filing of an appeal to challenge the order of the Tribunal or the High Court before the Apex Court is not really a valid ground to ignore or disregard the orders of the Tribunal, unless…

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