Section 9 in The Payment and Settlement Systems Act, 2007
Title: Appeal to the Central Government
(1) Any applicant for an authorisation whose application for the operation of the payment system is refused under sub-section (3) of section 7 or a system provider who is aggrieved by an order of revocation under section 8 may, within thirty days from the date on which the order is communicated to him, appeal to the Central Government.
(2) The Central Government shall endeavour to dispose of an appeal under sub-section (1) within a period of three months.
(3) The decision of the Central Government on the appeal under sub-section (1) shall be final.
Title: Power to determine standards
(1) The Reserve Bank may, from time to time, prescribe—
(a) the format of payment instructions and the size and shape of such instructions;
(b) the timings to be maintained by payment systems;
(c) the manner of transfer of funds within the payment system, either through paper, electronic means or in any other manner, between banks or between banks and other system participants;
(d) such other standards to be complied with the payment systems generally;
(e) the criteria for membership of payment systems including continuation, termination and rejection of membership;
(f) the conditions subject to which the system participants shall participate in such fund transfers and the rights and obligations of the system participants in such funds.
(2) Without prejudice to the provisions of sub-section (1), the Reserve Bank may, from time to time, issue such guidelines, as it may consider necessary for the proper and efficient management of the payment systems generally or with reference to any particular payment system.
Title: Bank, etc., not to impose charge for using electronic modes of payment
1[10A. Bank, etc., not to impose charge for using electronic modes of payment.--Notwithstanding anything contained in this Act, no bank or system provider shall impose, whether directly or indirectly, any charge upon a person making or receiving a payment by using the electronic modes of payment prescribed under section 269SU of the Income-tax Act, 1961 (43 of 1961).]
1. Ins. by Act 23 of 2019, s. 204 (w.e.f. 1-11-2019).
Title: Notice of change in the payment system
(1) No system provider shall cause any change in the system which would affect the structure or the operation of the payment system without—
(a) the prior approval of the Reserve Bank; and
(b) giving notice of not less than thirty days to the system participants after the approval of the Reserve Bank:
Provided that in the interest of monetary policy of the country or in public interest, the Reserve Bank may permit the system provider to make any changes in a payment system without giving notice to the system participants under clause (b) or requiring the system provider to give notice for a period longer than thirty days.
(2) Where the Reserve Bank has any objection, to the proposed change for any reason, it shall communicate such objection to the systems provider within two weeks of receipt of the intimation of the proposed changes from the system provider.
(3) The system provider shall, within a period of two weeks of the receipt of the objections from the Reserve Bank forward his comments to the Reserve Bank and the proposed changes may be effected only after the receipt of approval from the Reserve Bank.
Title: Power to call for returns, documents or other information
The Reserve Bank may call for from any system provider such returns or documents as it may require or other information in regard to the operation of his payment system at such intervals, in such form and in such manner, as the Reserve Bank may require from time to time or as may be prescribed and such order shall be complied with.