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Orders Passed Under Section 264 of the Income Tax Act - Administrative Supervision.
May, 21st 2014
                                                                             Instruction No. 11/ 2014
                                   F.No. 279/Misc./M-115/2013-ITJ
                                        Government of India
                                         Ministry of Finance
                                      Department of Revenue
                                    Central Board of Direct Taxes
                                                ****

     To,                                                               New Delhi, the 16 th May, 2014
             All Chief Commissioners of Income-tax,
             All Directors General of Income-tax

     Sir/ Madam,

     Subject: - Orders passed under section 264 of the Income Tax Act - Administrative
     supervision- reg.

         Under Section 264 of the Income Tax Act, 1961 (hereinafter referred to as the Act), the
 Commissioner of Income Tax (CIT) may, either of his own motion or on an application made by
 the assessee, revise an order passed by an authority subordinate to him. The CIT may, before
 revising such, order, make enquiry or cause such enquiry to be made and subject to the
 provisions of the Act, pass such order which is not prejudicial to the assessee.
 2.
The statutory function under section 264 of the Act performed by the CIT is required to be reported by the CIT and also appraised by the supervisory Officers. Therefore, it has been decided to issue the following guidelines to be complied forthwith in respect of orders passed under section 264 of the Act:- a) The CIT shall prepare a brief of the orders passed under section 264 of the Act and report the same to the Principal Chief Commissioner of Income --Tax/ Chief Commissioner of Income -- Tax (CCIT) in the monthly DO letter along with a copy of such order. b) The Pr. CCIT/ CCIT shall report the number of orders passed under section 264 of the Act by the CsIT under his/her jurisdiction along with his/her observation in relation to any order, if deemed fit, to the Zonal Member of the CBDT in the monthly DO letter. The Pr. CCIT/CCIT shall also communicate his/her observation to the CIT.
3. The above Instruction may be brought to the knowledge of all concerned. 4. Hindi version of the Instruction will follow. Yours faithfully, (Priyanka Singh) Copy to: (OSD), ITJ, CBDT 1. The Chairman, all Members of the CBDT. 2. The Director (PR, PP & OL), Mayur Bhawan, New Delhi for printing in the quarterly tax bulletin and for circulation as per usual mailing list. 3. NIC, M/o Finance for uploading on the Department's website. 4. Hindi Cell for translation 5. Guard file. (Pri a ngh) (OSD), ITJ, CBDT
 
 
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