Section 129 E – Deposit before Appeal
The other aspect relates to imposition of condition to safeguard the interests of the Revenue. This is an aspect which the Tribunal has to bring into focus. It is for the Tribunal to impose such conditions as are deemed proper to safeguard the interests of the Revenue. Therefore, the Tribunal while dealing with the application has to consider materials to be placed by the assessee relating to undue hardship and also to stipulate conditions as required to safeguard the interests of the Revenue."
28. The same view was reiterated in Indu Nissan Oxo Chemicals Industries Ltd. v. Union of India (2007) 13 SCC 487 by considering proviso to Section 129-E of the Customs Act, 1962, which is almost identical to Section 19 of the Act.
29. In the result, the appeals are dismissed. Four weeks' further time is allowed to the appellants to comply with the direction given by the Appellate Tribunal, failing which the appeals filed by them shall stand automatically dismissed.http://126.96.36.199/judis/bitstream/123456789/20523/1/38887.pdf
Supreme Court of India Ketan V. Parekh vs Special Director,Dir.Of ... on 29 November, 2011