"October, 2019" Archive - Page 11

Builder found guilty of Profiteering, Not passed ITC benefit Fully to Buyers

In re Sh. Sandeep Kumar Vs Ms. Nani Resorts and Floriculture Pvt. Ltd. (National Anti-Profiteering Authority)

Haryana State Screening Committee on Anti-profiteering examined the aforesaid application in its meeting held on 20.06.2018 and observed that the burden of tax had reduced in the GST era due to increased availability of input tax credit, which the builder should have passed on to the recipients in terms of Section 171 of the Central Goods...

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Assessee can raise issue of jurisdiction U/s. 153C during appellate proceedings

Assistant Commissioner of Income-Tax Vs Smt. Pallavi Ravi (ITAT Bangalore)

Assessee was not precluded from raising the issue of jurisdiction under section 153C, merely because it did not object to the same during assessment proceedings and participating therein, as the issue was purely a legal issue and could be raised at any time in the course of appellate proceedings....

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HC dismisses writ filed as alternate remedy except to file present writ petition was exist

Sri Nayaz Ahmed Vs  State of Karnataka (Karnataka High Court)

Sri Nayaz Ahmed Vs  State of Karnataka (Karnataka High Court) State counsel to accept notice for respondents. 2. In the instant petition, the petitioner has sought for quashing the Order, dated 4-2-2019 vide Annexure-C, passed under section 83(1) read with section 5(3) of Karnataka Goods and Services Act of 2017 (hereinafter referred ...

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Section 234E Fees for each purchased flat justified for delay in and for non-filing of Form 26QB

M/s. Cornerview Construction & Developments Pvt. Ltd. Vs ACIT (ITAT Mumbai)

M/s. Cornerview Construction & Developments Pvt. Ltd. Vs ACIT (ITAT Mumbai) Now, coming to the primary contention of the learned Authorised Representative that all the transactions relating to purchase of flats should be taken as a single transaction for the purpose of filing the IDS statement and computing fee under section 234E of t...

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Section 80JJAA Deduction in respect of employment of new employees

Section 80JJAA – Deduction in respect of employment of new employees is allowed under Chapter VI-A of the IT Act. In case of an assessee opting to provision to sec 115BAA or Sec. 115BAB, all other deduction under Chapter VI-A will be not be allowed except to Sec. 80JJAA deduction on employment. This means, this […]...

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Section 54F: ITAT allows Date of possession of new house instead of date of sale agreement / registration

Ayushi Patni Vs DCIT (ITAT Pune)

 Since final consideration was paid and the possession of flat was received within a period of one year prior to the date of transfer of capital asset, then the same should be considered as the date of purchase, so as to allow the benefit of deduction under section 54F to assessee....

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Summary of Recent SC, HC, NCLT, NCLAT & IBBI Orders -July-Sep 2019

Supreme Court S3 Electricals and Electronics Private Limited Vs. Brian Lau & Anr. [Civil Appeal No. 103/2018 with Civil Appeal No. 835/2018] On the matter getting settled between the parties, the NCLAT closed the proceedings and directed that AA shall fix the fee of IRP for the period he has worked and that shall be […]...

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Time of supply In case of continuous supply of service of renting of immovable properties

In re M/s. Chennai Port trust (GST AAR Tamilnadu)

In respect of continuous supply of service when the license is in effect , as per Section 31(5), the tax invoice, containing the details as per Rule 46 of CGST/TNGST Rules ,should be raised on or before due date of payment as ascertainable from the contract. It is seen in the sample contracts provided that in certain cases, the due date o...

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Tamarind Fruit (undried) classifiable under CTH 08109020: AAR Tamilnadu

In re M/s. Murali Mogan (GST AAR Tamilnadu)

Murali Mogan (GST AAR Tamilnadu) Tamarind supplied by the applicant which has not undergone the process of direct drying in sun or by industrial process is classifiable under CTH  08109020....

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ICAI invites Suggestions in respect of CA Examinations

ICAI has constituted a High Level Independent Committee on 26th September 2019 to look into the Examination processes and the CA Regulations relating to CA Examinations...

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