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[(1A) The Central Government shall by the notification establish such a number of Debts Recovery Tribunals & its benches as it may consider essential, to exercise jurisdiction, powers & authority of the Adjudicating Authority conferred on such Tribunal by or under an Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code, 2016.]
DRAT Allahabad, DRAT Chennai, DRAT Delhi, DRAT Kolkata, DRAT Mumbai.
They are in DRT-I Ahmedabad, DRT-II Ahmedabad, DRT Allahabad, DRT Aurangabad, DRT Bangalore, DRT-I Chandigarh, DRT-II Chandigarh, DRT-1 Chennai, DRT-2 Chennai, DRT Coimbatore, DRT Cuttak, DRT Ernakulam, DRT Guwahati, DRT- Hyderabad, DRT- Jabalpur, DRT- Jaipur, DRT-1 Kolkata, DRT-2 Kolkata, DRT-3 Kolkata, DRT – Lucknow, DRT-1 Mumbai, DRT-2 Mumbai, DRT-3 Mumbai, DRT Nagpur, DRT-1 New Delhi, DRT-2 New Delhi, DRT-3 New Delhi, DRT Patna, DRT Pune, DRT Visakhapatnam, DRT Ranchi, DRT Madurai.
Section 4 of Act deals with A Composition Tribunal.
Section 5 provides that a person shall not be qualified for an appointment as (P.O) Presiding Officer of a Tribunal unless he is, or he has been, or he is qualified to be a District Judge.
Section 6 provides that the [Presiding Officer of the Tribunal shall hold office for a term of 5 years from a date on which he enters upon his office & shall be also eligible for reappointment.
Provided that no person shall hold office as a Presiding Officer (P.O) of a Tribunal after he has attained the age of 65 years.
Section 7 deals with a Staff of the Tribunal. It also provides that the (C.G) Central Government shall provide a Tribunal with 1 or more Recovery Officers & such other officers as well as employees as that government may think fit. It further states that the Recovery Officers & other officers & employees of the Tribunal shall discharge their functions under the general superintendence of (P.O) Presiding Officer. It also provides that salaries & allowances & other conditions of the service of Recovery Officers & other officers & employees of the Tribunal shall be such as it may be prescribed.
Section 8 (1) says that the Central Government (C.G) shall, by the notification, establish 1 or more Appellate Tribunals, to be known as the Debts Recovery Appellate Tribunal, to exercise the jurisdiction, powers & authority conferred on such Tribunal by or under this Act: [Provided that the Central Government (C.G) may authorize the Chairperson of any another Appellate Tribunal, established under any other law for time being in force, to discharge a functions of the Chairperson of the Debts Recovery Appellate Tribunal under this Act in the addition to his being a Chairperson of that Appellate Tribunal. ]
12 [ (1A) The Central Government shall, by notification, establish the number of Debt Recovery Appellate Tribunals to exercise jurisdiction, powers, and authority to entertain an appeal against the order made by an Adjudicating Authority under Part III of an Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code, 2016. ]
13 (2) The Central Government shall also specify in the notification referred to in sub-section (1) the Tribunals in relation to which the Appellate Tribunal may exercise jurisdiction. [(3) Nevertheless anything contained in it, the (C.G) Central Government may authorize Chairperson of 1 Appellate Tribunal to discharge also the functions of the Chairperson of other Appellate Tribunal.]
The composition of Appellate Tribunal, Qualifications, and ITs Term
Section 9 of Act provides that an Appellate Tribunal shall consist of 1 person only (hereinafter referred to as the Chairperson of the Appellate Tribunal) to be appointed, by notification, by the Central Government (C.G).
Section 10 of the Act deals with the qualifications for THE appointment of Chairperson of the Appellate Tribunal. It also provides that the person shall not be qualified for the appointment as a Chairperson of an Appellate Tribunal unless he:
Section 11 provides that a Chairperson of an Appellate Tribunal shall hold office for a period of 5 years from the date on which he enters upon his office & shall be eligible for reappointment
Provided that no person shall hold office as a Chairperson of the Appellate Tribunal after he has attained the age of 70 years.