Appointment of FBR officers for exercising sales tax law

Appointment of FBR officers for exercising sales tax law

Section 30 of Sales Tax Act, 1990 has explained appointment of Federal Board of Revenue (FBR) officers for exercising sales tax law.

The Federal Board of Revenue (FBR) issued the Sales Tax Act, 1990 updated up to June 30, 2021. The Act incorporated amendments brought through Finance Act, 2021.

Following is the text of section 30 of the Sales Tax Act, 1990:

30. Appointment of Authorities.– (1) For the purposes of this Act, the Board may, appoint in relation to any area, person or class of persons, any person to be –

(a) a chief commissioner of Inland Revenue;

(b) a commissioner of Inland Revenue ;

(c) a commissioner of Inland Revenue (Appeals);

(d) an Additional commissioner of Inland Revenue ;

(e) a Deputy commissioner of Inland Revenue;

(ea) District Taxation Officer Inland Revenue;

(f) an Assistant commissioner of Inland Revenue;

(fa) Assistant Director Audit Inland Revenue;

(g) an Inland Revenue Officer;

(h) a Superintendent Inland Revenue;

(i) an Inland Revenue Auditor Officer;

(ia) an inspector Inland Revenue; and

(j) an officer of Inland Revenue with any other designation.

(2) The Chief Commissioner Inland Revenue and Commissioner Inland Revenue (Appeals) shall be sub-ordinate to the Board and Commissioner Inland Revenue shall be sub-ordinate to the Chief Commissioner Inland Revenue.

(2A) The Chief Commissioners Inland Revenue shall perform their functions in respect of such persons or classes of persons or such areas as the Board may direct.

(2B) The Commissioners Inland Revenue shall perform their functions in respect of such persons or classes of persons or such areas as the Chief Commissioner, to whom they are sub-ordinate, may direct.

(3) Additional Commissioner Inland Revenue, Deputy Commissioners Inland Revenue, District Taxation Officer Inland Revenue, Assistant Commissioner Inland Revenue, Assistant Director Audit Inland Revenue, Superintendent Inland Revenue, Inland Revenue Audit Officer, Inland Revenue Officer, Inspector Inland Revenue, and officer of Inland Revenue with any other designation shall be sub-ordinate to the Commissioner Inland Revenue and shall perform their functions in respect of such persons or classes of persons or such areas as the Commissioners, to whom they are sub ordinate, may direct.

(4) Deputy Commissioner Inland Revenue, District Taxation Officer Inland Revenue, Assistant Commissioner Inland Revenue, Assistant Director Audit Inland Revenue, Superintendent Inland Revenue, Inland Revenue Audit Officer, Inland revenue Officer, Inspector Inland Revenue Officer an officer of Inland Revenue with any other designation shall be sub-ordinate to the Additional Commissioner Inland Revenue.

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