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The ITAT, New Delhi in the matter of Bipin Singh Rana v. ACIT [I.T.A. No. 15/DDN/2019 dated January 9, 2023] has held that, principles of estoppel do not apply to Income Tax proceedings and the Revenue Department must keep in mind that the correct in

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The ITAT, Bangalore in M/s Mulberry Textiles LLP v. ITO [ITA No. 757/Bang/2022 dated January 3, 2023] has held that, Limited Liability Partnership ("LLP") is to be treated as a firm under the Income Tax Act, 1961 ("the IT Act") and a firm can be a pa

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The Hon'ble Delhi High Court in Charu Chains and Jewels Pvt. Ltd. v. Assistant Commissioner of Income Tax [W. P. (C) 17577/2022 dated December 22, 2022]set aside the reassessment order against the assessee, on the grounds of non-supply of the informa

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he position in law is well-settled. After 1.4.1989, it is not necessary for the assessee to establish that the debt, in fact, has become irrecoverable. It is enough if the bad debt is written off as irrecoverable in the accounts of the assessee. When

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Since interest subsidies and power subsidies are provided by the government to the entities establishing units in specified areas are of Capital nature. The subsidies are given to develop the specified areas and generate employment. Since these subsi

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When the amount is credited to suspense account or any account, by whatever name called, then it is treated as amount credited to the account of the payee and tax has to be deducted at source. Hence, tax has to be deducted at source even on provision

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The Income Tax Appellate Tribunal (ITAT) held that the provisions of section 271E of the Income Tax Act, 1961 lays down conditions for imposition of penalty for repayments of loans and deposits in cash, where the amount exceeds Rs. 20,000 in violati

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The Hon'ble Calcutta High Court in Md. Yusuf v. State Tax Officer, Bureau of Investigation [MAT 1426 of 2022 with IA No. CAN 1 of 2022 dated September 28, 2022] has held that the assessee cannot approach the High Court when the first remedy is still

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The Hon'ble High Court of Gujarat in Map Refoils India Limited v. National E—assessment Centre, Delhi [R/Special Civil Application No. 16261 of 2021datedDecember 16, 2022]quashed and set aside the demand notice and the assessment ordermaking an addit

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The Gujarat High Court held -that the Doctrine of Res Judicata not strictly applicable to Income Tax Proceedings yet in order to maintain consistency, theRevenue cannot be permitted to rake up stale issues again merely because the scope ofappeal is w

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