Corporate veil can be lifted if Company is used as a means to evade tax

Ajay Surendra Patel Vs DCIT (Gujarat High Court)

Hc held that opinion that such a huge tax evasion cannot be so lightly permitted on account of any hyper-technicality. The concept of lift or piercing of corporate veil, as sometimes referred to as cracking the corporate shell, is applied by the Courts sparingly...

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Sec. 11 Exemption cannot be denied fully for mutual fund investment

ito (Exemption), Vs Progressive Education Society, (ITAT Pune)

We do not find any infirmity in the order of Commissioner of Income Tax (Appeals). The Commissioner of Income Tax (Appeals) has rightly followed the law laid down in the case of Commissioner of Income Tax Vs. FR. Mullers Charitable Institutions (supra). The ld. DR could neither rebut the findings of First Appellate Authority nor any contr...

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Entry in birth register will prevail over entry in school register

CIDCO Vs. Vasudha Gorakhnath Mandevlekar (Supreme Court of India)

Deaths and Births register maintained by the statutory authorities raises a presumption of correctness. Such entries made in the statutory registers are admissible in evidence in terms of Section 35 of the Indian Evidence Act. It would prevail over an entry made in the school register, particularly, in absence of any proof that same was [...

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VAT on Tractors: General Entry cannot override specific Entry

M/s Kirloskar Oil Engines Ltd. Vs The Commissioner of Sales Tax (Bombay High Court)

In this case on the applicability of VAT Rate under Bombay Sales Tax Act, 1959 it was held by Bombay High Court that Tribunal was justified in holding that the bearings sold by the Applicant were covered by Entry C-II-146 of the Bombay Sales Tax Act, 1959 and not by Entry C-II102(2) as auto parts and C-II135 as tractor parts read with Ent...

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HC quashes SCN issued after decades; Criticizes Liberal adjournments

Premier Ltd. Vs The Union of India (Bombay High Court)

In the present case, we find that the petitioners' argument is that it is impossible for them to remember what was the issue and some decades back, what are the records on which it is based and how it is to be presented. Possibly all the records with them are destroyed or the units having been re­arranged, it is impossible for them to r...

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No Penalty for making untenable Claim on Professional advice

Commissioner of Income Tax Vs Smt. Anita Kumaran (Madras High Court)

To our mind, in the instant case, what has emerged is that the Assessee, having realised that the expenditure claimed towards travelling under Section 57 of the Act was not tenable, offered the amounts expended to be added to her income and, accordingly, paid the requisite tax and interest upon the same. In our opinion, this was not a ca...

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No exemption to Hospital building from tax payment for mere affiliation with educational institute

The Clarist Medical Trust Vs The Secretary to Government (Kerala High Court)

A hospital attached to a Medical College can be treated as a building used for educational purposes only when medical relief offered in said hospital is free of cost....

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TDS cannot be Adjusted against Tax payable under VDIS, 1997

Earnest Business Services Pvt. Ltd., Vs The Commissioner  of Income Tax (Bombay High Court)

A person seeking to avail the benefit of VDIS Scheme of 1997 Act must strictly satisfy its provisions as held by the Supreme Court in Hemalatha Gargya v/s. CIT 259 ITR 1. The Apex Court held that the person seeking the benefit of the Scheme of 1997 Act is bound to strictly comply with its conditions like any fiscal legislation and equit...

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Rehabilitation benefit cannot be denied to married daughter by Govt

Smt. Sadhna Bai, Vs State of Chhattisgarh, (Chhattisgarh High Court)

Chhattisgarh High Court held that Denial of benefit of rehabilitation, which includes employment, to a married daughter of affected family is violative of Articles 14 and 15 of the Constitution of India....

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Capital gains on transfer by a foreign company of shares in another foreign company holding assets in India is taxable in India

Cairn U K Holdings Limited V DCIT ( International Taxation) (ITAT Delhi)

We have carefully considered the rival contentions. To put the facts very simply in a narrow compass , the assessee company is a tax resident of United Kingdom which was incorporated on 26th of June 2006. On 30/06/2006...

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