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Income Tax : Without highlighting any adverse evidence absence at the time of passing order , order cannot be set-aside

The brief facts of the case are that return of income was filed on 09.02.2006, declaring Nil income.


Income Tax : Ground not press at the time of hearing deserved to be dismissed

We first take up the dispute relating to additions of unsecured loans under section 68 of the Act. T


Income Tax : Exemption under sec 54G subject to the utilization of amount for the acquisition of asset for the purpose of the business witnin the prescribed time limit

Briefly stated, assessee filed return of income declaring total income at `1,57,02,407/- mainly cons


Income Tax : Limitation being a matter of procedure, only that law that is applicable at the time of filling the appeal so sec 74A(2)(b) of DVAT would apply

By way of this writ petition, the petitioner has challenged the show cause notice dated 02.02.2010 p


Income Tax : The Appellant at any time withdraw the appeal before the decision is made

Permission to withdraw the appeal made by the appellant


Income Tax : As per sec 254 time limit for rectification of mistake in order is four year counted from the date all proceding has been completed

The facts giving rise to the present writ petition and which are necessary for a decision in this wr


Income Tax : Is it proper for ICAI to give extra time and allow extra person for writing to handy camp person in the exam

This petition filed in public interest has been listed and is taken up for hearing on urgent mention


Income Tax : As per the instruction issued by CBDT time to time tax effect should be minimum to file appeal with Tribunal and real tax effect only to be consider in calculating

We have perused the records and considered the rival contentions carefully. The dispute is regarding


Income Tax : Amount received from immovable property if invested within the time allowed under sec 139(4) is entitled for exemption under sec 54

Facts, in brief, as per relevant orders are that return declaring income of Rs.7,08,754/-filed on 04


Income Tax : If the Assessee file return within the time prescribed under sec 139(1) than setting off loss in the revised return under sec 139(5) cannot be allowed

We have heard the ld AR of the assessee as well as the ld DR and considered the relevant material on


Income Tax : Penalty under sec 271 cannot be imposed if payment of tax with interest made within the time limit of notice of demand under sec 156 before the penalty proceeding concluded

We find that under the scheme of Section 271 AAA, there is a complete paradigm shift so far as penal


Income Tax : If at the time of the assessment AO need any further document than should be mentioned in clear language in the notice otherwise asseessee is not responsible

The facts in brief are that the assessee company was engaged in the business of undertaking contract


Others : At the time of dealing appeal after grant special leave court is not bound to go into the merit unless justice of the case does not require interference

This Intra-Court Appeal impugns the judgment dated 31st August, 2007 of the learned Single Judge all


Income Tax : As per the DTAA one income taxed only onece at the time of received and it cannot be taxed in both the country

We have considered the facts of the case and submissions made before us. We have already mentioned t


Income Tax : If after sending notice in proper time no step have been taken place than the appeal treated as un admitted

Despite sending notice sufficiently in advance and there being defect memo about late filing of the


Income Tax : Merely passage of time cannot treat unsecured loan no longer payable and it can not invoked sec 41(1)

“(i) On the facts and in the circumstances of the case, the Ld. Commissioner of Income Tax (Appeals)


Income Tax : At the time of falling market price a person can take the benefit and can adjust his Loss and sec 42 of SEBI Regulation 1996 is only applicable on broker operating in the stock

Above issue arises as Assessing Officer considered the sale of shares by the assessee to the firm in


Income Tax : Revised Computation filed at the time of assessment is enough to consider income and expenses again

The grounds of appeal raised by assessee read as under :- “1. For that the order of assessment as


Income Tax : Time limit for issuance of notice u/s 143(2)(i) or143(2)(ii)

The provisions of section 143(2) are clear regarding the issuance of notice for both types of scruti



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