(1) The Government shall by notification published in the official Gazette, constitute a Tribunal to be called the Delhi Co-operative Tribunal to exercise the powers and perform the functions conferred by or under this Act upon such Tribunal.
(2) The Tribunal shall consist of a Chairman and not more than two other members possessing such qualifications as may be prescribed, and shall be appointed by the Government by notification in the official Gazette for such term as may be prescribed.
(3) Any vacancy in the membership of the Tribunal shall be filled by the Government.
(4) Subject to the previous approval of the Government, the Tribunal shall frame regulations, consistent with the provisions of this Act and the rules made thereunder for regulating its procedure and the disposal of its business.
(5) The regulations made under sub-section (4) shall be published by the Government in the official Gazette.
(6) The Tribunal may call for and examine the record of any proceedings, in which an appeal lies to it, for the purpose of satisfying itself as to the legality or propriety of any decision or order passed and if in any case it shall appear to the Tribunal that any such decision or order should be modified, annulled or reversed, the Tribunal may pass such order thereon as it may deem fit.
(7) An order passed in appeal under section 112 or in revision under sub-section (6) of this section or in review under section 115 by the Tribunal shall be final and conclusive, and shall not be called in question in any civil or revenue court.
Explanation. - The Tribunal hearing an appeal under this Act shall exercise all the powers conferred upon an appellate court by section 97 of, and Order XLI of the First Schedule to, the Code of Civil Procedure, 1908 (5 of 1908).