A.P. Treasury Code Volume-I Instructions 21, 31 & 35 under T.R. 10 2


The Director of Treasuries and Accounts, A.P. Hyderabad has requested the Government to issue necessary orders for implementation of Electronic Challan Numbering System for remittances of Judiciary Department duly amending the Special Provisions made in Andhra Pradesh Treasury Code for remittances of Judicial Department, since in this case also the Courts need not approach Treasury for challan enfacement as Challan Generation facility is already made available in Treasury Website. This issue was also discussed with the representatives of the Registrar General, A.P. High Court, Hyderabad who concurred with the proposal.

Government after careful examination of the matter hereby issues the following amendment to the existing Instructions 21, 31 & 35 under T.R. 10 of A.P. Treasury Code Volume-I.

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Instrn. 21 under S.R.12 – T.R. 10 of APTC:

 

A person who wishes to pay any money into a  mufassal  Civil  Court  deal  with  a  Treasury, which does not transact its cash business through the Bank should obtain from the Court a challan in Form 15 together with  a counterfoil receipt and pay the money into the treasury along with it.

Note: A District Judge or a Subordinate Judge may

authorize  his  Serishtadar  to  sign  challans  and  a District Munsiff may authorize his head clerk to do so. The challan should bear a serial number; it should be duly filled in at the Court and particulars of the notes and coin tendered should be noted on the reverse. The Counterfoil receipt should be duly filled in at the Court, except as to the date of payment into the treasury and the signature of the Treasury Officer.

Instrn. 21 under S.R.12 – T.R. 10 of APTC:

 

A person who wishes to pay any money into a mufassal Civil Court with a Treasury which transacts its cash business through the bank should obtain from the court a challan generated through treasury  website  and  pay  the  money  into  the bank.

 

Note: A District Judge or a Subordinate Judge may authorize his Serishtadar to sign challans and a District Munsiff may authorize his head clerk to do so. The challan should be duly filled in at the Court and the particulars of the notes and coin tendered should be noted on the reverse.

Instrn.31 under S.R.16 – T.R. 10 of APTC:

A person who wishes to pay any money into a mufassal Court dealing  with a  Treasury which does not transact its cash business through the Bank should deliver the money along with the challan  and  counterfoil receipt obtaining  from the Court to the Treasury, which should retain the  challan  and  return  the  counterfoil  receipt duly signed. He should then take this receipt to the Court, which should enter the credit in  its accounts and give the person who made the payment a Court receipt for the amount duly signed  in  exchange  for  the  Treasury  receipt, which  the  court  should  retain.  The  Treasury receipt should, when filed in the Court, be attached   by   gum   to   the   office   counterfoil challan.

Instrn.31   under   S.R.16   –   T.R.   10   of

APTC:   Deleted   as   there   is   no   non-banking treasuries in existence.

G.O.Ms.No. 243  Dated:30-8-2013.

 

1.  From the Director of Treasuries and Accounts, A.P. Hyderabad letter No.N1/16062/2010, dated 15.09.2012, 10.07.2013 and 26.07.2013.

Instrn. 35 under S.R.19 – T.R. 10 of

APTC:  A  person  who  wishes  to  pay  any money into a mufassal Civil Court deal with a

Treasury,   which   transact   its   cash   business

through the Bank should follow the same procedure as that prescribed in Instruction 21 except that he should pay the money into the Bank with challan in Form 23 together with a counterfoil receipt. The challan will be signed by the Bank Agent or, in the case of a Treasury Pay Office, the Clerk-in-charge instead of the Treasury  Officer.  The  challan  and  the counterfoil receipt need not be first presented at the Treasury, unless the Court concerned deals with a Treasury which transacts its cash business through a Treasury Pay Office of the Bank, in which case the procedure laid down in Subsidiary Rule 19 should be followed.

The procedure laid down in Instruction

31 should be followed mutatis mutandis in regard to the issue of receipts by the Bank and the Court concerned for such payments and filing of the Bank receipts in the Court.

Every mufassal Civil Court dealing with a Treasury which transacts its cash business through the Bank should maintain a register in Form. T.A. 20 in Andhra Pradesh Accounts Code. Vol.II and make the necessary entries in it regarding all money which private persons pay into the Court as deposits with reference in this instruction. Each deposit should be entered separately in the register and numbered. There should be a fresh series of numbers for each year. The Judge of the Court should carefully check the particulars of each entry and then write his initials against it in the proper column in token of its correctness.

Instrn. 35 under S.R.19 – T.R. 10 of APTC:

A person who wishes to pay any money into a mufassil   civil   court   dealing   with   a   Treasury,   which transacts its cash business through the Bank should follow the same that prescribed in Instrn.21. The challan in triplicate will be signed by the Bank authorities and the original copy shall be returned to the remitter.

Note:   The   procedure   relating   to   the

receipt of money in the High Court is governed by the Original and Appellate Side Rules of the High Court contained in the “Civil Rules of Practice”

 

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2 thoughts on “A.P. Treasury Code Volume-I Instructions 21, 31 & 35 under T.R. 10

  • RAGHAVARAO

    sir i have problem i.e i have sanctioned proceeding encashsment of earned leave in the year 2016-17, it is submit to the sto teneali on expiry of 90 days. the ATO, TNL maRked audit and returned. my sanction authority asked to me any rule position to re validation of the proceedings given earlier. pl send

  • K.V.RAGHUNATHA RAO

    Sir,
    Is there any separate TA Bill form for Gazetted rank Officers of Andhra Pradesh i.e., other than APTC FROM 52, if any please confirm