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Treatment of Unrealised House property rent u/s 25AA ?

Audit Executive



Can anybody please explain that how should the unrealised rent [u/s 25AA] be treated recieved after 2001-2002, for the periods of previous years of 2001-02 and further years?

I'm consulting Singhania but could't understand the provision properly from the illustration given in that book.

can anybody pls illustrate the provision clearly with the help of an example?

 
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Auditor/Student CA CS Final


Where the assessee cannot realise rent from a property let to a tenant and subsequently the assessee has rea­lised any amount in respect of such rent, the amount so realised shall be deemed to be income chargeable under the head “Income from house property” and accordingly charged to income-tax as the income of that previous year in which such rent is realised whether or not the assessee is the owner of that property in that previous year.’.


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CA CS FINAL



WHEN THE LANDLORD RECEIVES THE RENT ,IN THAT YEAR IT WIL BE CONSIDERED AS INCOME FROM HOUSE PROPERTY


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Audit Executive



will standard deduction and interest on capital will be allowed as deduction from the amount so recieved?

 
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Audit Executive



actully there is difference between section 25A and 25AA.

under section 25A it is mentioned that no standard deduction and interest on capital will be allowed as deduction, but under section 25AA, there no mention of it that no standard deductin and interest on capital will be allowed as deduction. Its so in singhania book.

 
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Student-CA final



Unrealised rent of PY 2001-02 or in any coming year is recieved in subsequent year(say inPY 2009-10) such realised amount should be added to that years Income from House Property even though assessee is not the owner of that property. Such unrealised rent is to be deducted from annual rent in the year in which rent is unrealised. But the question arises when the rent received/recievable after deducting unrealised rent is lower than expected rent in year in which rent is unrealised. Because if you add realised rent to Income from house property in year in which rent is realised that traetement is wrong. In such case anual value is to be recalculated and original gross annual value is to be deducted from recomputed gross annual value, balance is to be added to Income from house property for the AS year in which rent is realised. I hope your doubt is cleared.   


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B-com CS CA-Final CFA-level 1 candidate


it will b added in the year in which the rent is recieved...adn will b compared with annual rent...

 

in 25A u cannot get standard deduction and intrest on capital.

 
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