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Bail granted to assessee in default under GST subject to bond securities

Atal Chopra Vs State of Rajasthan (Rajasthan High Court)

Atul Chopra Vs. State of Rajasthan (Rajasthan High Court) The issue under consideration is whether the bail will be granted to the assessee who was arrested for offence committed under GST? The offence as alleged in the FIR is under section 132(1)(a) read with section 132(1)(h), (j) and (k) of the Rajasthan Goods and Services […]...

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Confiscation or detention of goods merely on suspicion not justified

Sri Krishna Traders Vs State of Gujarat (Gujarat High Court)

The formation of the opinion by the authority that the goods and the conveyance are liable to be confiscated should reflect intense application of mind. We are saying so because it is not any or every contravention of the provisions of the Act or the Rules which may be sufficient to arrive at the conclusion that the case is one of an inte...

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Rent income from mall- Income from business or house property?

CIT Vs Prestige Estate Projects Pvt. Ltd. (Karnataka High Court)

The issue under consideration is whether tribunal was correct in holding rental income received from Forum Mall should be considered as 'Income from business' and not 'Income from house property', though agreement between landlord and tenant contemplating relationship of landlord and tenant and as such it would partake character of rental...

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Orders Passed without Fair Opportunity during Lockdown violates Principle of Natural Justice

Walchandnagar Industries Limited Vs Commercial Tax Officer (Andhra Pradesh)

Assessment Order passed by the Respondent under the provisions of the Andhra Pradesh Value Added Tax Act 2005 in AO No 207184 dated 17.04.2020 for the period 06/2014 to 03/2016 as illegal, arbitrary, bad in law without jurisdiction and bereft of any valid reasons violative of principles of natural justice and violative of Articles 14, 191...

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A.O. bound to dispose off objections filed by assessee by passing a speaking order

Redington India Ltd. Vs ACIT (Madras High Court)

The issue under consideration is whether the Assessing officer is correct in rejecting the objections filed by the petitioner against the reasons for reopening the assessment without passing speaking order?...

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Section 263 limitation period – When issue was discussed only in Original Assessment Order

Jindal Steel & Power Ltd. Vs PCIT (ITAT Delhi)

As in the present case before us, issues subject to revision were pertaining to original assessment and not the reopened assessment; the limitation should also start from the original assessment. In this case as original assessment order u/s 143(3) of the act was passed on 16.01.2014, the revision thereof could have been taken up to 31.3....

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HC grant Bail to accused in alleged GST Fraud case

Gaurav S/o Sampat Lal Maheshwari Vs State (Rajasthan High Court, Jodhpur)

Gaurav S/o Sampat Lal Maheshwari Vs State (Rajasthan High Court, Jodhpur) (1) This application for bail has been filed by the petitioner under Section 439 of the Cr.P.C. in connection with CR No.205/2019, Police Station Udaimandir, District Jodhpur, for the offences under Sections 420, 406, 467, 468 and 471 IPC. (2) Mr. Anand Purohit, lea...

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State Govt should take care of all categories of migrant workers: HC

Mohammed Arif Jameel Vs Union of India (Karnataka High Court)

Mohammed Arif Jameel Vs Union of India (Karnataka High Court) If there are complaints received by the State that some contractors or employers are confining the migrant workers to their shelters and are not permitting them to go to their respective home States, the State Government will have to attend to such complaints and will […...

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Interest u/s 234A, 234B & 234C waived off by HC due to financial disability

Tvl. Sanmac Motor Finance Ltd. Vs CCIT (Madras High Court)

The issue under consideration is whether the request of the petitioner for waiver of interest under Section 234A, Section 234B and Section 234C of the Income Tax Act, 1961 is granted by HC or not?...

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Acquisition of mining rights for long lasting source of raw material is capital expenditure

CIT Vs Zuari Industries Ltd. (Bombay High Court)

Since Zuari had obtained a long term captive source of the raw material by purchase of right from Texmaco for mining of limestone by operating the cement plant, therefore, the raw material was required to be won, gotten and brought to the surface and as such, could not be said to be revenue expenditure....

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