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Non-supply of reasons to reopen assessment makes such notice bad in law

CIT (LTU) vs. IDBI Ltd. (Bombay High Court)

Bombay HC held that supplying of reasons for reopening assessment is a jurisdictional requirement and non-supplying of same when assessee specifically asked for same would made reassessment notice bad in law. ...

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Subvention amount received from parent company is not a revenue receipt

Siemens Public Communication Network P. Ltd. vs. CIT (Supreme Court)

SC held that amount received as subvention/grant from parent company by a loss making subsidiary cannot be considered as revenue receipt in the hands of subsidiary company as grant was made by parent company to protect its investment made in subsidiary....

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Reference made to TPO without passing a speaking order is invalid

M/s Alpha Nipon Innovatives Ltd Vs. CIT (Gujarat High Court At Ahmedabad)

HC held that a reference to TPO can be made only after passing a speaking odder disposing off objections raised by assessee. In the present case since, the reference was made without passing such a speaking order, the reference so made was invalid....

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Unintentional errors in filling appeal should be overlooked and be disposed -off on merits

Prashanth Projects Ltd. vs. DCIT

Bombay HC held that an unintentional error on the part of assessee while filling an appeal, more so when the department also acted ignoring the error, would not result in rejecting assessee’s appeal being time barred....

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Service revenue need not to be include service tax-Sec 145A(a)(ii) not applicable to service revenue

CIT Vs Knight Frank India P. Ltd. (Bombay High Court)

Sec 145A(a)(ii) has no applicability on service revenue which follows that service revenue need to be inclusive of service tax. It also held that service tax which has not even been claimed as deduction cannot be disallowed by recasting profit and loss account of assessee....

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ALP not to be tested with growth in business rather by applying suitable method to transaction itself

Knorr-Bremse India Pvt. Ltd., vs. ACIT (ITAT Delhi)

ITAT Delhi held that as to whether a transaction is entered into at an Arm’s Length Price or not must depend upon the facts of each case relating to the transaction per-se i.e. the transaction itself as the profit is only a possibility of the desired result with or without the aid of international transaction....

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Compensation for Loss of opportunity to do business is a capital receipt

Aerens Developers and Engineers Ltd. vs. ACIT (ITAT Delhi)

ITAT held that compensation received for loss of business activity is a capital receipt as it is injury to the profit making apparatus and not the loss of profits. Therefore, in the present case , non-supply of land by supplier which was to be used by the consortium was injury to profit making apparatus and hence capital receipt. ...

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S. 80IB deduction conditions to be fulfilled in all years of deduction claim

CIT Vs M/s Micro Instruments Company (Punjab & Haryana High Court)

Deduction U/s. 80IB is allowable over a period of 6 years which follows that conditions for claiming deduction must remain fulfilled in all years for which deduction being claimed...

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6 Suggestions on Revised Model Draft GST Law

As per draft law (revised draft),input tax credit to receiver shall be available only when the supplier has paid the tax on supplies made to receiver and the same get matched (i.e. matching of output supplies with input supplies declared by supplier and buyer respectively).Once the credit get matched it will reflect in electronic credit l...

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S. 254 Rectification application liable to be set aside if case relied not brought to bench’s attention during hearing

M/s Triad Resorts & Hotels P.Ltd. and Others (ITAT Bangalore)

ITAT held that application under the provisions of sec.254(2) seeking rectification of order passed by tribunal is maintainable only in cases where it was established that specific attention of the bench was drawn to a particular decision and the decision was specifically relied upon but not considered by the Tribunal....

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