"09 April 2021" Archive - Page 5

Do not harass lawyers exempt from GST by sending notices: Orissa HC

Devi Prasad Tripathy Vs. Principal Commissioner CGST and Central Excise (Orissa High Court)

High  Court expresses its concern that practising advocates should not have to face harassment on account of the Department issuing notices calling upon them to pay service tax/GST when they are exempted from doing so, and in the process also having to prove they are practising advocates....

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Wearing Mask Compulsory Even When Driving Alone: Delhi HC

Saurabh Sharma  Vs Sub-Divisional Magistrate (East) & Ors (Delhi High Court)

Saurabh Sharma Vs Sub-Divisional Magistrate (Delhi High Court) The word ‘public place’, has to be interpreted in this case in the context of the COVID pandemic. To determine what constitutes a `public place’ the manner in which the Coronavirus can spread is the crucial part. It is now settled and accepted universally that the corona...

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TDS deductible on sitting fees paid to director

HLS Asia Ltd. Vs DCIT (ITAT Delhi)

HLS Asia Ltd. Vs DCIT (ITAT Delhi) Prima facie after looking at provisions of Section 17 and the concept of Director under the Companies Act and thus has a relationship as an employee to the Company. Besides this, the fees which is termed as sitting fees is the part and parcel of remuneration of the […]...

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Teaching of Indian Classical Music is charitable purpose u/s 2(15)

Acharya Jiyalal Vasant Sangeet Niketan Vs ITO Exemption (ITAT Mumbai)

Since teaching of Indian Classical Music was within the field of 'education' and the activities of the studio were carried on in order to achieve the main object of the Trust, the same could not be construed as a business and the proviso to section 2(15) did not apply on the same....

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