1 THE MOTOR ACCDENT CLAM TRBUNAL, MUMBA nformation published under Chapter Section 4 (a) of The Right to nformation Act, 2005 NDEX Topic No. V V V V V X X X X X XV XV XV XV nformation given on the topics The Particulars of its organization, functions and duties. Powers and duties of its officers ad employees, powers with Govt. The procedure followed in decision-making process including channels of supervision and accountability. The norms set by it for discharge of its function. The rules, regulations, instructions materials and records held by it or under its control or used by its employees for discharging its function. A statement of the categories and documents that are held by or under its control. The particulars of any arrangement that exists for consultation with, or representation by, the members of the public in relation to the formulation of its policy or implementation thereof. A statement of the boards, councils, committees and bodies consisting of two or more persons constituted as its part for the purpose of its advice, and as to whether meetings of those board, councils, committees and other bodies are open to the public, or the minutes of such meetings are accessible for public. Directory of its Officers and Employees. The Monthly remuneration received by each of its officers and employees including the system of compensation as provided in its regulations. The Budget allocated to each of its agency, indicating the particulars of all plans, proposed expenditures and reports of disbursements made. The manner of execution of subsidy programmes, including the amounts allocated and the details of beneficiaries of such programmes. Particulars of recipients of concessions, permits and authorizations granted by it. Details in respect of the information, available to or held if reduced in an electronic form. The particulars of facilities available to citizens for obtaining information, including the working hours of a library or reading room if maintained for public use. The names, designations and other particulars of the nformation Officers, Asstt. nformation Officer and Appellant Authority. Other nformation Page Nos.
2 Brief ntroduction The Motor Accident Claims Tribunal Bombay started working in the year 1959, in the Bombay City Civil Court, Bombay, under notification No. MVA 5957/39100-X, Home Department, Sachivalaya, in the year Thereafter, separate Motor Accident Claims Tribunal, Bombay was established in the year 1962 and started its functioning in the building, known as Jhahangir Building, at 133, M.G. Road, Fort, Bombay, under Resolution No.MVA-5461/57745-X, dated 08/06/1962. The post of Additional Member, for Motor Accident Claims Tribunal for Greater Bombay was created in the year 1972 under Resolution No. MCT 1270/ X-B, Home Department, dated 25/08/1972 and thereafter second and third were created in the year 1980 and 1983 under Resolution No.MCT-0182/6-Tra-6, Sachivalaya Bombay 32, dated And dated 20/ , Home Department respectively. The fifth post of Member was created vide Resolution No.0901/1165/CR 117 (A)/TRA-5. The sixth, seventh and eighth posts were created vide Resolution No.MCT- 0901/11651Cr117 (B)/TRA-5 dated 02/12/2003 The Motor Accident Claims Tribunal, Bombay, shifted to the present premises at 9, Hazarimal Somani Marg, opp. Chatrapati Shivaji Terminus, Mumbai, in the month of March/April, t is a government building and is under Public Works Department,. Government of Maharashtra. The building is one storyed building and is in the type of barracks. t is situated just opposite to the Chatrapati Shivaji Terminus, Mumbai. As on today four of its courts i.e. C.R.No.5 to C.R.No.8 have been accommodated on the first floor of the Small Causes Courts, Annex building Mumbai.
3 :- The Particulars of the Organisation, Functions and Duties Name of the Organisation :- Motor Accident Claims Tribunal, Mumbai. Address:- 9, Hazarimal Somani Marg, Opp. Chatrapati Shivaji Terminus, Mumbai Name of Govt Dept:- Home Department, TRA 5. Jurisdiction:- Local Limits of Mumbai, Duties:- Hearing and disposing of Claim Applications filed under Motor Vehicle Rules and Motor Vehicle Act Policy:- Details of Property. To do Justice to the litigants and expeditious disposal of claim applications. The premises at 9, Hazarimal Somani Marg, is government building under the Public Works Department Apprx. Area 6500 sq.ft. Office Phone Number: Office Timings:- Lunch Timing:- Weekly Off: a.m. To 6.00 p.m. For Courts (2:00 p.m. to 2:30 p.m.) and for Office staff (1:30 p.m. to 2:00 p.m.) 2 nd and 4 th Saturday and all Sundays
4 Hierarchy of the Officials CHARMAN l l l l l l l l Member Member Member Member Member Member Member l Registrar l Addl. Registrar Accounts Officer Asstt. Registrar Asstt Registrar l l l Asstt. Accounts Officer Sheristedar Superintendent l l Head Clerk Stenographer nterpreter Librarian Asstt. Superintendent. l Clerk - Typist l Bailiff Chopdar Havildar l Naik Daftari Peon Watchman l Hamal Sweeper
5 :- Powers and duties of its Officers and employees. Duties and functions of Chairman and the Members:- Judicial Functions and Duties : To hear and decide the Claim Applications under Motor Vehicle Rules and Motor Vehicle Act Such other functions and duties as entrusted or assigned by the Hon ble Highcourt from time to time. Administrative powers and duties of the Chairman:- As per the Government Resolution No.MCT/0276/4 XXXV- TR, Sachivalaya, Mumbai 32, dated 3/11/1976 the Chairman has been declared as the Head of the Department. Chairman being the head of the department is the incharge of the overall administration. Administrative duties:- 1. Powers to make appointments in the staff in accordance with the rules. 2. Powers to grant promotions:- Pramotions of the staff working on the establishment. 3. Sanction of leave to the Members and the other gazetted officers working on the establishment. 4. Grant of advance/additional increments to the staff members as motivation. 5. Powers to take action under the Discipline and Conduct rules against the Staff members. Financial powers and duties:- 1. Sanction of ncrements to the staff members. 2. Sanction of Contingent expenses. 3. Sanction of advances under the rules i.e. House Building Advance, Scooter/Motor Cycle Advance, Cycle Advance etc. 4. Sanction of Travelling Allowance Bills 5. Sanction of advance from G.P. Fund 6. Sanction of Festical Advance. 7. Sanction of Tour and travel advances. 8. Sanction of Transfer T.A. 9. All other powers and duties as specified from time to time in the rules and the government resolutions. 10. The Chairman is also entrusted with the matters of State Transport Applellate Tribunal, Maharashtra State.
6 Powers and duties of the Registrar () Vide Government Resolution No.MCT-1362/64819-X, Sachivalaya, Mumbai-32, dated 26/4/1963 the Registrar has been declared the Head of the Office Being the incharge of the Office the Registrar has been entrusted with the following powers and duties;- 1. The Registrar looks after all the correspondence in all subjects with the Government and all its departments and with the Hon ble High Court. 2. The Registrar is the incharge of the Establishment of the office and looks after practically all matters concerning with it. 3. The Registrar is entrusted with compliance and making submissions and correspondence in all respect for the appointment of the Staff. 4. The registrar is entrusted with making submissions and other compliances in respect o the promotions of the staff. 5. He has to make representation of appeals of the staff members to the Administration and the Chairman. 6. He is to look after the procedure of permanency of the staff. 7. He is the incharge of the Dead Stock and entrusted with the work of the verification and signing of the Dead Stock Register. 8. The Registrar is also entrusted with the eork of verification of the Stationary and indent Register and other incidental duties in its connection. 9. Registrar is the incharge of the office maintainance and has to supervise the maintenance 10. Other incidental powers and duties as conferred by the Govt and the Hon ble High Court through orders, G.R.s and notifications from time to time.
7 Powers and duties of the Addl. Registrar. 1. The Additional Registrar is entrusted with the work of compliance of the High Court Writs. 2. He is incharge of the Execution Section and other duties in the connection. 3. He is responsible for issuing certified copies and the accounts of Certified copy section. 4. He is also entrusted with the work of supervision of preparation and issuance of Award and bill of costs. 5. He is also entrusted with the work of verification of the new applications under the M.V.Rules. 6. The Addl. Registrar is incharge of the establishment section in following subjects:- a. Muster and Late Muster of the Staff. b. Casual Leave and Earned Leave applications of the staff and its account. c. Seniority List. d. Submissions as regard to Pension Cases e. Submissions as regard to Advance ncrements. 7. Other incidental duties as may be entrusted by the Hon ble Chairman.
8 Powers and duties of the Account officer- 1. To get all types of bills prepared, viz. pay bills, T.A. Bills, LTC Bills Contingent bills, Telephone bills, electricity bills, GPF bills, Permanent advance bills, Festical Advance bills, Medical reimbursement bills, Leave encashment bills, Supplimentary bills, revision of Pay, Advance increment etc. check them and initial before sending for signature of the concerned officer. 2. To get the register filled up every month in respect of the above mentioned bills- viz. Master list, broad sheet, GPF of class V, ncrement register, GS register, PT register, festival advance T.A. Advance LTC Register, house building/motor Car/Scooter/Cycle Advance register, Pay Advance, and D.C,. A.C. bill register, Electricity bill register, Telephone bills, permanent Advance register undisbursed Pay and allowance Register, Progressive expenditure register. Supplementary claim register. Supplementary demand/budget/appropriation register. Audit objection register, Reconciliation Register etc. 3. Cash book checking before sending for signature. 4. To check the service stamp register. 5. To check dead stock register, six monthly and get it certified from the Head of the Office. 6. Prepare Budget of expenditure, loans and advances and performance budget. Prepare 4 monthly, 8 monthly, and 9 monthly budgets. 7. To check service books. 8. To check submissions of payment and investment. 9. Such other incidental work concerning the department.
9 Powers and duties of the Assistant Register. (Judicial) 1. To prepare Award and Bill of costs, get them checked by the Addl. Registrar before putting up for Member s signature. 2. Prepare injunction orders and stay orders. nform the concerned R.T.O. and Collector, as the case may be. 3. Preparing execution warrants. 4. High Court return regarding disposal and pending matters before each Tribunal. 5. To deal with transfer matters and transfer of decrees. 6. To check and sign the witness summonses prepared and prepare letter of requests to various courts calling for papers as per the order of the Tribunal 7. Staff arrangement in the court during the absence of the regular staff. 8. To attend to work of legal aid and lok nyayalaya work. 9. Attend to affirmation of various affidavits such as injunction application, restoration application, setting aside exparte order, legal heirs applications, minor-major applications etc. 10. Attend to various enquiries including writs, execution, stay, injunction, summons etc. 11. To check the daily work sheets of execution, injunction, certified copy and High Court sections and supervise these sections so as to get the work done from these sections smoothly. 12. Such other work as assigned by the superiors. 13. Other incidental work concerning his table, not enumerated above. Powers and duties of the Assistant Registrar (P.L.A.) 1. To check submission slips prepared by the P.L.A. clerk in respect of the payment and place the matters for payment before the concerned officer. 2. To check the submissions and letters for the investment recalling the amount from the various banks and countersign the submissions and letters. 3. To check the deposit list and Bank book. 4. To check the investment register with various bank registers. 5. To attend the P.L.A. audit objection. 6. To get the work done from the subordinate staff in respect of the bank investment, conciliation, and the unclaimed amount. 7. To assist the Accounts Officer and Registrar in the P.L.A. 8. To keep supervision on the payment and investment section so as to complete the work day to day. 9. To attend affirmations and various affidavits concerning investment section. 10. Attend to P.L.A. section enquiries.
10 11. Other incidental work concerning this table not enumerated above. :- The procedure followed in the decision making process, including channels of supervision and accountability: The powers and duties can be divided in to two folds i.e. Judicial powers and Administrative powers. While the Members are mainly desposing of the Judicial powers under the existing rule and regulations the Chairman has two folded powers Judicial and Administrative. As the main aim and function of the organization is to hear and dispose of claim applications under the Motor Vehicle Rules, the administrative side for the same process and procedure can be described as follows. As per the requirement of the procedure the Administrative side consists of following ten different sections/departments :- 1. Court Rooms. 2. Filing Section 3. Bailliff Section 4. Certified copy Section 5. Execution Section 6. P.L.A. Section. 7. Accounts Department 8. Establishment Section 9. Record room. 10. Library. The procedure in brief can be summerised as follows. The claim application under the M.V.R. is received by the filing section. t is thoroughly verified by responsible officers i.e. Registrar and Additional Registrar. Any short comings/objection are mentioned in the form of office objections. The application is then numbered and assigned to Court No.1 to 8 serialy as per the directions of the Hon ble Chairman. On the first date the application is notified on the board under the caption of issuance of Notices / for Removal of Office Objection if any. Notices are the directed to the opposite parties and insurance company, if any. After the appearance of the opposite parties or otherwise as per the direction of the Court the Application U/s140 of M.V.Rule. is heard and decided. Order is passed to that effect. Application is the fixed for filing of Written Statement and after filing of W.S. by the parties it is kept for filing and settling issues then filing the documents it is fixed for recording of evidence on a fixed date. Summonses are issued to the witnesses. The parties adduce evidence as per the requirement. Thereafter the matter is kept for arguments. After hearing arguments of all the sides the mater is kept for Order/Judgment.
11 Order/Judgment is passed on fixed date. Order for deposit of Award amount if any are complied by the nvestment Departments. On Deposit of the Award amount or on of the same, investment/payment as the order may be is done by the investment and Accounts department. f the amount of award is not deposited by the opposite party, in that case execution proceeding is initiated for the recovery of the same. The other administrative work is done according to the procedure laid down as per M.C.S.R. and orders and directions of the govt and of the Hon ble High Court from time to time. Loknyayalaya is held on every Saturday in the same premises. f the litigants and advocates are willing to place the matter before the Loknmyalaya, the matter is sent before Lok Nyaklaya f the matter is settled the Loknyalaya panel consisting of Hon ble High Court retired Justice and two members of Bar association. The panel is passes orders accordingly. Conciliation is held on every Saturday, The conciliation panel is presided over by single retired High Court Justice. Brief working of the different Sections and Departments. 1.Filing Section :- Claim Applications Under Motor Vehicle Rule are received by this section. The Claim Application U/s 166,140A and 163A are thoroughly scrutinized and verified by and under the supervision of the Registrar and the Addl. Registrar. Requisit stamp fee is counted and stamps are cancelled and entry to that effect is made in the stamp cancellation register. Shortcomings if any are noted as office objections. Generally the same are brought to the notice of the concern advocate. The claim application are firstly numbered under lodging number and thereafter under the regular Application number. Applications are thereafter send to C.R. No.1 to 8 serially as per the directions of the Hon ble Chairman. n this process the section is required to maintain following registers. 1. Lodging register. 2. Filing Register 3. Stamp Cancellation Register. 4. Assignment register 2.Bailliff Section : Notices are served to the parties and nsurance companies as per the direction of the court under register A.D. Entry of the acknowledgement received are made in register. The copies and acknowledgement are then kept in concern matters. n the process the department is required to maintain 1. Outword Register and 2. Process fee Register
12 3.Certified copy Section :- This section issues certified copies of various orders and documents as permissible under the rule upon payment of requisit fees as per the rules, to the litigants and advocates. The section is required to maintain following registers. 1. certified Copy Register. 2. Stamp Cancellation Register. 3. Cash Book. 4. Urgent Copies Register. 4.Execution Section:- n the event of non deposit of the amount of Award/Award by the party, the execution proceedings are initiated by the applicant against the opposite party for recovery. The application is received scrutinized and order is obtained from the court. This order is executed through the Sheriff of Mumbai and through the Collector of the District. Following Registers are required to be maintained by the section 1. Execution Application Register. 2. Stamp Cancellation Register. 5.Personal Ledger Account :- This section is concerned with nvestment and/or Payment of Award amount if deposited as per the award. This department receives cheques deposited by the opposite parties and insurance companies. The responsibility of investing the amount of award as per the direction of the court lies with this department. Regular payment of award amount and payments on maturity i.e. after the investment period is over or after the minor applicants attaining the age of majority, is done under the supervision of Accounts Officer. This section is also entrusted with the work of bank reconciliation. 6.Accounts Department: (Pay Bill Section) The work of preparing pay bills and other bills i.e. Contingency Bills, Advances bills etc is done by this department. The three monthly, six monthly, eight monthly and yearly budget is also prepared. 7.Establishment Section:-This section is entrusted with the work of maintaining the personal record of the employees, correspondence with the Govt.and other offices. This section maintains the service books, personal files, muster and other incidental record. t also maintains different files for the correspondence as above. t also maintains the files of different advances, contingent expenses. The files regarding appointments, promotions, S.C. S.T., relevant office orders etc are also maintained. Other registers maintained are Dead Stock register, Cash Book Register, Stationary Register, Permanent allowance Register, Cheque Register, Undisbursed amount Register, GPF Register, GS Register etc, 8.Library:- The library facility is strictly for the Hon ble Chairman and Members. Onlyu books related to various Acts/Rules etc which are generally reaquired for reference in the Judicial and Administrative work are maintained. 9.Record Room:- Disposed of matters are serially arranged and kept in the Record Room. The files of Applications are generally arranged in file A,B,C and D which helps the destruction of unwanted record periodically.
13 V:- Norms set for the discharge of its functions Motor Accident Claims Tribunal being a Judicial Authority, though for administrative purposes it is governed by the policies and principles of the Home Department, Govt of Maharashtra, the Judicial goernance is that of the Hon ble High Court, Bombay. The norms for minimum disposals of Claim Applications are prescribed by the Hon ble High Court. Periodical review of the same is taken by the Hon ble High Court and accordingly the norms are reviewed. The performance of the Chairman as well as the Members is also monitored by the High Court. The Tribunal is therefore required to submit monthly statements and thereafter four monthly statements of disposals by each of the member and the Chairman to the Hon ble High Court. So also, the minimum working days during the year are also kept the same with those of the Honble High Court. The Motor Accident Court follows the Yearly calender of the High Court, Bombay. The loknyalaya which is held on every Saturday in the premises is also asper the directions of the Hon ble Hiogh Court and is presided over by the panel consisting of one retired Justice and two members of the BAR association. V:- The rules, regulations, instructions, manuals and records, held by it or under its control or used by its employees for discharging its function Sr.No. Functioning of Administration 1. Maharashtra Civil Services Rules 2. Maharashtra Civil Services Rules (Appeal and Discipline) (Conduct) Maharashtra Contingent Expenditure Rules 4. Bombay Finance Rules 5. Maharashtra Treasurary Rules 6. Maharashtra Budget Manual 7. Civil Manual Where available Government Book Depot, Charni Road Mumbai Sr.No. Rules/Acts generally required/used in discharging Judicial duties 1 Motor Vehicle Rules 2 Motor Vehicles Act 3 Civil Procedure Code 4 Evidence Act Where available Government Book Depot, Charni Road, Mumbai.
14 V:- Statement of the Categories of documents that are under its control As specified under Para.. V:- The particulars of any arrangement that exists for consultation with, or representation by the members of the public in relation to the formulation of its policy or implementation thereof:- No such specific arrangement exists presently. The members of public, however, may consult with the Registrar or the Addl. Registrar if required. V:- A statement of the boards, councils, committees and bodies consisting of two or more persons constituted as it part for the purpose of its advice, and as to whether meetings of those councils, committees and other bodies are open to the public, or minutes of such meetings are accessible for public:- No any such board, council, committee or body exists presently.
15 X:- A directory of its officers and employees Sr.No. Designation Name of the Officer/Employee Class Basic Pay 1 Chairman Shri S.K.Shinde Member Shri R.V.Ghodkhande Member Shri A.O. Kolte Member Shri A.K. Gunjotikar Member Shri T.Y.Hiwrale Member Shri S.V. Deo Member Shri S.S. Nagarkar Member Shri S.V.Lathkar Registrar Miss. R.D. Parab Addl. Registrar Shri S.H. Nerurkar Accounts Officer Shri S.S.Nagap Asstt.Accounts officer Shri S.T. Pomendkar Asstt. Registrar Shri D.S.Kudtarkar Asstt. Registrar Shri U.P.Koli Sheristedar Mrs. P.P. Sarang Sheristedar Shri.V.D. Bharati Sheristedar Shri A.K. Gaikwad Sheristedar Shri A.M. Potawe Sheristedar Shri P.B. Chavan Sheristedar Shri F.M. Sulane Sheristedar Shri V.G. Shelke Sheristedar Shri V.G. Thoke Stenographer (H/G) Shri D.R. Humne Stenographer (H/G) Shri Nitrin Sawant Stenographe (H/G) Mrs N.M.Kunte Stenographer (H/G) Miss Rashmi Thakur Stenographer (H/G) Shri Sameer Bhogte Stenographer (H/G) Vaccant (filled in contract basis) 29 Stenographer (H/G) Vaccant 30 Stenographer (L/G) Miss Lata Vanmore Stenographer (L/G) Vaccant 32 Stenographer (L/G) Vaccant 33 Superintendent Shri N.J. Kamble Head Clerk Shri P.H. Kini nterpreter Mrs. A.A. Bhogte nterpreter Mrs N.M.Tendulkar nterpreter Shri A.N. Bhingardive nterpreter Mrs. M.R. Mhatre nterpreter Mrs. S.D.Kanulkar nterpreter Mrs.M.D. Ghonsalvis nterpreter Mrs.A.M. Kamtekar nterpreter Mrs.M.M. Shelar Librarian Mrs. B.B. Samant Record keeper Mrs.N.A. Kadam Asstt. Supdt Mrs.S.S. Nalavade Asstt Supdt Mrs.J.P. Mahadik Asstt. Supdt Mrs. H.G. Daware Senior Clerk Shri P.B. Nikam Clerk-Typist Shri U.V. Gharat Clerk-Typist Shri C.S.. Kadam Clerk-Typist Shri A.R. Prajapati 3500
16 52 Clerk-Typist Shri M.A. Ansari Clerk-Typist Shri V.G.Mahit Clerk-Typist Smt. J.K.Naik Clerk-Typist Shri P.B.Raorane Clerk-Typist Mrs. A.K.Raikwad Clerk-Typist Mrs. N.N.Koyande Clerk-Typist Miss V.N.Revdandkar Clerk-Typist Miss. P.W.Morye Clerk-Typist Miss Alka Wagh Clerk-Typist Vaccant 62 Clerk-Typist Vaccant 63 Clerk-Typist Vaccant 64 Clerk-Typist Vaccant 65 Clerk-Typist Vaccant 66 Clerk-Typist Vaccant 67 Clerk-Typist Vaccant 68 Clerk-Typist Vaccant 69 Clerk-Typist Vaccant 70 Clerk-Typist Vaccant 71 Clerk-Typist Vaccant 72 Clerk-Typist Vaccant 73 Clerk-Typist Vaccant 74 Clerk-Typist Vaccant 75 Clerk-Typist Vaccant 76 Clerk-Typist Vaccant 77 Clerk-Typist Vaccant 78 Clerk-Typist Vaccant 79 Clerk-Typist Vaccant 80 Clerk-Typist Vaccant 81 Bailiff Shri A.L. Kadam Bailiff Shri Nisar Shaikh Bailiff Shri Shabbir Shaikh Bailiff Shri S.G.Chavan Bailiff Shri R.T.Divte Bailiff Shri J.G.Ramugade Bailiff Shri S.R.Jadahv Bailiff Shri U.G.Deherkar Driver Shri P.K.Roopwate Chopdar Shri Sartaj Shaikh V Havildar Shri C.R. Dhuri V Havildar Shri S.K. Patil V Havildar Shri B.R. Raut V Havildar Shri S.G. Jadhav V Havildar Shri S.N. Sakat V Havildar Shri S.G.Kom V Havildar Shri S.N.Hatkar V Naik Shri R.B. More V Daftari Shri R.B. Doiphiode V Daftari Shri D.K. Jadhav V Peon Shri G.V. Kelkar V Peon Mrs.V.M. Gaikwad V Peon Shri D.P. Warlikar V Peon Shri K.N. Gholap V Peon Shri P.C.Waidande V Peon Shri J.R. Talekar V Peon Shri G.K.Jagtap V 3800
17 108 Peon Shri A.D.Gharat V Peon Mrs. P.P.Pawar V Peon Shri P.D.Sawant V Peon Shri J.P.Yadav V Peon Shri J.C.More V Peon Shri M.D.Salunkhe V Hamal Vacant V 115 Hamal Vacant V 116 Watchman Shri R.M. Pisal V Watchman Vacant V 118 Sweper Shri M.R.Lawana V Sweper Vacant (filled on contract basis) V
18 X:- The monthly remuneration received by each of its employee including the system of compensation as provided in regulations. Designation and payoff the employees working inmotor Acident Claims Tribunal:- Sr.No. Designation Pay Scale 1 Chairman/Member Registrar Addl. Registrar Accounts Officer Stenographer (H/G) Asstt. Registrar Asstt Accounts Officer Sheristedar Superintendent Stenographer (L/G) Head Clerk nterpreter Librarian Asstt. Supdt Record Keeper Senior Clerk Clerk Clerk-Typist Bailliff Driver Havildar Naik Peon Hamal Watchman Sweeper Daftari
19 X:- The budget allocated to each of its agency, indicating the particulars of all plans, proposed expenditures and reports of disbursment if any Controlling Officer Detailed Head Estimated provision Chairman, Motor Salary Accident Travelling expenses Claims Tribunal Office Expenses Petrol,Oil, Diesel Expenses on Computers Professional Service Total Controlling Officer Detailed Head Estimated provision Presiding Officer, State Salary Transport Appellate Travelling expenses Tribunal, Maharashtra Office Expenses State, Mumbai Publication Expenses on Computers Total X:-The manner of execution of subsidy programmes, including the amounts allocatd and the details of beneficiaries of such programmes No such programme is undertaken by this organization. X:- Particulars of recipients of concessions, permits authorizations granted by it. No such concessions or permits are granted by this organization. XV:- Details in respect of the information available to or held by or reduced in an electronic form Nil XV:- The particulars of facilities available to citizens for obntaining information, including the working hours of a library or reading room if maintained for public use:- Nil
20 STATE TRANSPORT APPELLATE TRBUNAL, MAHARASHTRA STATE, MUMBA. State Transport Appellate Tribunal, Maharashtra State, Mumbai was formed on vide Govt. order no. dated under the provision of section 89 and 90 of Motor Vehicle Act, Main function of this Appellate Authority is to hear and decide appeals, Revisions and Miscelleneus Application against the orders of Regional Transport Authority Jurisdiction:- Regional limits of State of Maharashtra. Powers and functions of this appellate authority are interested with Chairman, Motor Accident Claims Tribunal, Mumbai in addition to his duties as Chairman, M.A.C.T., Mumbai. Registrar, Motor Accident Claims Tribunal, Mumbai has also been declared as Registrar, S.T.A.T., M.S., Mumbai and he supposed to help the Chairman in handling the functions of Tribunals. Vide Rule 97(1) of Bombay Motor Accident Rules, 1989 the institution fees for Appeal and Revision has been fixed to Rs.150/- On filing of such Appeals and Revisions, notices are issued to Respondents their reply is sort and after hearing, Orders are passed according to law. Any party or person aggrieved by any orders of the Regional Transport Authority can file appeal/ Revision before this authority. The necessary documents with appeals are Appeal Memo i.e. Main Application, Certified Copy of the order under challenge/review. Vakalatnama, and Court fees as above. Register maintained by concern clerks are Appeal Register, Revision/Review Register, Cash Book for institution fees. Certified copies of orders etc. are issued as per the Certified Copy Rules, Rs.15/- for first page and Rs.3/- every additional page. Certified copy Register and Cash Book are maintained. Disposal Register is maintained to keep the record of disposal matters. There is separate Dead Stock Register for STAT. Similarly Writ Register is maintained for Writs received from Hon ble High Court which are duly complied and return. X:- A directory of its officers and employees Sr.No. Designation Name of the Officer/Employee Class Basic Pay 1 Presiding Officer Shri S.K.Shinde Stenographer (H/G) Ms. M. Sisode Superintendent Shri D.S.Angre Clerk-Typiest Vacant 5 Peon Shri S.P.Rane Peon Shri V.B.Goilkar 2660
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