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Section 26 – Debts Recovery Appellate Tribunal (Procedure) Rules, 1994

26. Additional powers and duties of Registrar

In addition to the powers conferred elsewhere in these rules, the Registrar shall have the following powers and duties subject to any general or special orders of the presiding officer, namely,-

(1) to receive all appeals and other documents;

(2) to decide all questions arising out of the scrutiny of the appeals before they are registered;

(3) to require any appeal presented to the Appellate Tribunal to be amended in accordance with the rules;

(4) subject to the directions of the presiding officer to fix date of hearing of the appeals or other proceeding and issue notices thereof;

(5) direct any formal amendment of records;

(6) to order grant of copies of documents to parties to proceedings;

(7) to grant leave to inspect the record of Appellate Tribunal;   

(8) dispose of all matters relating to the service of notices or other processes, application for the issue of fresh notice or for extending the time for or ordering a particular method of service on a respondent including a substituted service by publication of the notice by way of advertisements in the newspapers;

(9) to requisition records from the custody of any court or other authority.

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