"18 June 2019" Archive

Govt compulsorily retires 15 Senior Officers of Custom & Excise

Government of India compulsorily retires 15 Senior Officers of the Indian Revenue Service (C &CE) with immediate effect  In exercise of the powers conferred by Clause (j) of Rule 56 of the Fundamental Rules, the President of India has retired 15 officers of Indian Revenue Service (IRS)(C&CE) in public interest with immediate effe...

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Posted Under: Custom Duty |

What to do if you receive a Income Tax Notice?

After receiving the tax returns, the tax authorities examines the returns filed and if due to any reason they believe that information submitted by an assesee is wrong or incomplete then the assesee is served with a notice demanding justifications/ penalty or any action as stated by the department in the notice so served. There […]...

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Posted Under: Custom Duty |

FIR can be lodged under Code of Criminal Procedure for GST offences

Govind Enterprises Vs State of U.P. (Allahabad High Court)

The contention of the petitioner  that no FIR report can be lodged under the provisions of the Code of Criminal Procedure for offences punishable under the IPC, as  proceeding could only be drawn against him under the U.P. GST Act,  2017, is  rejected....

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Solving The Dilemma of Dual Residence

This paper aims at analysing the tie-breaker test in determining residence in the OECD as prescribed under Article 4(3) and how it is evolved. It analyses the 2017 update to the OECD which prescribes the Mutual Agreement Procedure (MAP). The paper finally provides a method of properly implementing MAP and how it can be effectively done so...

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Posted Under: Custom Duty |

HC condones reasonable delay in Appeal Filing due to Non-Communication of order to Trustee

Aeren Foundation Trust Vs Commissioner of Central CGST (Bombay High Court)

Aeren Foundation Trust Vs Commissioner of Central CGST (Bombay High Court) The record indicates that the order in the appeal was duly served at the office of the appellant on 20th July 2017. Even the appellant admits that the order in the appeal was so received by some staff member of the appellant Trust. Accordingly, […]...

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Modified Approval process for issue of paper Income Tax refunds and Manual Order Upload functionality

F. No. System/ITBA/Instruction/Assessment/177/16-17/ 18/09/2019

Kind reference is invited to ITBA assessment instruction no 9 dated 07.05.2018 in which the process of uploading of manually passed order in ITBA system was described. Vide above instruction it was explained that for doing any work in system, the previous orders should have been passed in system....

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No addition U/s 68 for Normal donation received by trust even if anonymous

Shree Shiv Vankeshawar Educational & Social Welfare Trust Vs ACIT (ITAT Delhi)

Shree Shiv Vankeshawar Educational & Social Welfare Trust Vs ACIT (ITAT Delhi) Admittedly the assessee has received a donation of INR 16265000/– from 1038 individuals and ld CIT (A) has noted that same is credited to the income and expenditure account of the assessee, However ld AO has noted that same is credited as Corpus […...

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Mere upload of order on SEBI website not amounts to service of order: SAT

Dr. Prannoy Roy & Ors. Vs SEBI (SAT, Mumbai)

Dr. Prannoy Roy & Ors. Vs SEBI (SAT) it is essential for SEBI to supply a copy of the impugned order to the aggrieved party, namely, the appellants. An adjudication proceeding had been initiated by SEBI by issuance of the show cause notice. The appellants thus have the first right to be supplied a copy […]...

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Lorry Booking Agent not liable to deduct TDS on freight charges

Sunil Kumar Vs ITO (ITAT Delhi)

Assessee had incurred only office expenditure and no expenditure relating to transportation of goods such as loading, unloading charge etc., has been debited, we are of the considered opinion that the assessee actually engaged himself not in the transportation business, but only facilitating or arranging transportation for various parties...

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Section 54F | Computation of holding period | Allotment date or Possession date

Nilam R. Kataria Vs ACIT (OSD) (ITAT Ahmedabad)

From ‘date of allotment’ of capital asset, i.e., 15-2-2007 the holding period was more than 36 months on sale of property on 4-8-2010 as such, revenue authorities were not justified in treating the holding period from date of registration of property, i.e., 30-9-2009 and treating it as short-term capital gains, deduction under section...

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