Tribunal For Local Governments in Kerala - Mode of Submission of Petitions

Mode of Submission of Petitions

The Appeal/Revision against the notice/order by the President/chairman or the Secretary of the Grama Panchayat/Municipality/Corporation or against the decision of the Panchayat Committee, Municipal Council or Corporation Council shall be filed in form ‘C’ of the Tribunal Rules. Appeal/Revision against levy of tax Appeal/Revision shall be filed after remitting the tax demanded in the demand notice. Original/certified copy of the impugned order/notice/decision shall be produced along with Appeal. The petitioner shall remit Fifty rupees as fee in the Office of the Tribunal or enclose along with the petition a Demand Draft for the same amount drawn in favour of the Tribunal for Local Self Government Institutions, drawn on any of the Nationalized or Scheduled bank payable at any bank at the Headquarters of the Tribunal Petition.In addition, Rs. 50/- shall be paid towards Legal Benefit Fund, by affixing Legal Benefit Fund Stamps in the Appeal/Revision Petition . The petitioner shall furnish to the Tribunal an attested copy each of the petition and of the annexed documents also, along with every petition submitted before the Tribunal and in addition shall also submit as many attested copies thereof as the number of counter petitioners.The petitioner may submit petition before the Tribunal on any working day before 3 PM directly or send the same by registered post, to the Tribunal for Local Self Government Institutions, District Court Complex, Vanchiyoor P.O, Thiruvananthapuram,PIN; 695035. Sufficient number of certified copies of the Appeal/Revision and the documents produced along with the Appeal shall be produced with envelopes and the requisite postal stamps for issuing registered notice to the Respondents. The Tribunal is also empowered to stay the operation of the order or notice, which ever is being challenged in the Appeal/Revision, either till the disposal of the Appeal/Revision or under further orders.Any petitioner intending to get such a stay has to file a separate interlocutory application for the said purpose supported by an affidavit, along with the Appeal/Revision.

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