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High Court Status Details of the Case
Bombay Honourable Bombay HC passed the order stating that CBDT to consider the representation of the of the Chamber before 30th September The Chamber of Tax Consultants & Others Vs. Union of India,  WRIT PETITION (L) NO.2492 OF 2014
Hyderabad Honourable HC observed that there is no justification or reason to extend the date for TAR alone and not to extend the date for ITR and accordingly the Union of India and CBDT were directed to consider the contents of the representations of AIFTP  for extending the date for filing ITRs in tandem with the date for TAR and dispose of the representations well before the date for filing ITR i.e. 30-09-2014 All India Federation Of Tax Practitioners, Mumbai Vs. Union of India & CBDT
Gujarat Appeal Disposed off in favour of Petitioner and Honourable High Court Instructed CBDT to extend due date to File Income Tax Return in Tax Audit Cases for A.Y. 2014-15  to 30.11.2014 but allowed to levy Interest U/s. 234A of the Income Tax Act,1961 Rajni Mangaldas Shah V/S Central Board Of Direct Taxes, SCA/12571/2014
All Gujarat Federation of Tax Consultants Vs. CBDT, SCA 12656/ 2014
Delhi Petitioner withdrawn the petition citing that they are not happy with affidavit. Petition dismissed as withdrawn Mahesh Kumar And Company Vs. Union Of India & Anr. W.P.(C)  5990/2014
Rajasthan 24th Sept 2014 Court Adjourned the matter to 26th Sept 2014 Raj Tax Consultants Vs UO I And Ors, Civil Writ No. 9540/2014


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