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In exercise of powers, the Central Government directed investigation into the affairs of one Group of Companies and LLPs by Officers of Serious Fraud Investigation (SFIO) as nominated by Director, SFIO.

Posted in Others |   248 Views

Any person claiming refund of any duty of excise may make an application for refund of such duty to the Assistant Collector of Central Excise before the expiry of one year from the relevant date in such form as may be prescribed and the application s

Posted in Excise |   623 Views

Cheque issued at the time ,when company not became sick , but at the time of payment the company became sick and cheque had been dishonoured. The directors of the Company are liable and be prosecuted under provisions of Section 138 of the Negotiable

Posted in Corporate Law |   296 Views

The petition filed by Operational Debtor has been dismissed by the NCLT on the contention of existing dispute raised by Corporate Debtor. The NCLAT revised the order passed by NCLT and allowed the petition since Corporate Debtor was trying to take ad

Posted in Corporate Law |   300 Views

The present appeal was directed against the final order passed by the High Court of Karnataka (hereinafter referred to as "High Court"), wherein the High Court partly allowed the appeal of the Appellant and assessed the income as Rs.8000/- per month

Posted in Corporate Law |   120 Views

The jewellery seized of Rs.16,77,363/- is intra polated in the jewellery found of Rs.43,17 ,442/-. Hence, keeping in view the entire disclosed jewellery as per the WTR and as found in the premises, we hold that no addition can be made on this account

Posted in Income Tax |   333 Views

The Appellant is engaged in providing coaching services to the aspiring students for qualifying the competitive entrance examinations into the engineering/medical institutes and is thus registered under the service tax regime having registration no.

Posted in Service Tax |   232 Views

The Supreme Court has set aside the Rajasthan High Court's order of allowing the loss claimed by assessee on account of confiscation of silver bars by the Customs department, as 'business loss' under Section 37(1) of the Income Tax Act, 1961. The ass

Posted in Income Tax |   292 Views

The Supreme Court has held that in a case of negligence committed by Doctor, the Insurance Company which covered the Doctor would have to reimburse the compensation to the complainant to the extent of its liability under the Insurance Policy as, agai

Posted in Income Tax |   499 Views

The insertion of time of commencement of the policy on a particular date is perfectly in accordance with law and it does not contravene any provisions either of the Motor Vehicles Act or the Insurance Act.,1938.

Posted in Corporate Law  1 comments |   131 Views