Punjab and Haryana HC

CIT can refuse to grant registration to Charitable trust only if he is not satisfied with Genuineness of its activities

CIT (Exemptions) Vs. Lord Krishna Charitable Trust (Punjab and Haryana High Court)

CIT (Exemptions) Vs. Lord Krishna Charitable Trust (Punjab and Haryana High Court) Section 12AA prescribes the scope and ambit of the enquiry that the CIT is authorized to carry out at the time of grant of registration to a trust or institution. The scope of the enquiry revolves around the nature of the objects and […]...

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AO cannot Review Original Assessment without any Fresh Tangible Material

The Pr. Commissioner of Income Tax Vs. Ram Kumar Duhan (Punjab and Haryana HC)

In the Case, Commissioner of Income Tax vs Ram Kumar Duhan, Punjab and Haryana High Court jointly held that the Assessing Officer (AO) has no power to review original assessment without any fresh tangible material....

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Form- “C” available even after GST implementation: P&H High Court

Carpo Power Limited Vs.State of Haryana and others (Punjab & Haryana High Court)

Punjab & Haryana HC in the case of Carpo Power Limited vs. State of Haryana in CWP No. 29437 of 2017 has held that Form C is available to assesse even after implementation of GST....

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No TDS on interest on compensation under Motor Vehicles Act, 1988

The New India Assurance Co. Ltd. Vs Savitri Devi (Punjab and Haryana High Court)

Impugned in the present revision petitions are the different orders passed by Motor Accident Claims Tribunal, Bathinda, whereby the J.D.-Insurance Company was directed to deposit within 15 days the TDS amount, which has been deducted at source. The J.D. was given liberty to withdraw the TDS amount from Income Tax Department....

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Capital Gain on Sale of Penny stock: P&H HC favours Assessee

The Pr. Commissioner of Income Tax (Central) Vs. Sh. Hitesh Gandhi (Punjab and Haryana High Court)

The Pr. CIT (Central) Vs. Sh. Hitesh Gandhi (Punjab and Haryana High Court) Assessing Officer was not able to contradict the facts regarding purchase of shares and sale thereof. Further, it was recorded that the assessee had sold shares through MTL shares and Stock Broker limited which is a SEBI registered Stock Broker. The payment [&hell...

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Mere high appreciation in share value not enough to treat gain from Penny stocks as bogus

Pr CIT Vs. Prem Pal Gandhi (Punjab & Haryana High Court)

This is an appeal against the order of the Income Tax Appellate Tribunal dated 20.07.2016 upholding the order of the CIT (Appeals) dated 14.02.2014. The matter pertains to the assessment year 2008-2009....

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CBDT cannot extend time to claim deduction under section 54F

Shivinder Singh Brar, Karta (HUF) Vs. CBDT (Punjab and Haryana High Court)

Where assessee was precluded from construction of new house due to prohibition of construction in his area then assessee could seek relaxation in terms of section 119(2)(c) at time of claiming deduction under section 54F and such claim could be made only within time period, as prescribed under Act for making such claim....

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Writ Petition not Maintainable against a Show-Cause Notice: HC

Piyara Lal Vs. Principle Commissioner of Income Tax and another (Punjab and Haryana High Court)

In our considered view, no writ petition is maintainable against a show-cause notice. The petitioner, if so advised, may submit objections against the show-cause notice and if any adverse order is passed, he shall have his remedy against the same in accordance with law....

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HC directs tribunal to accept additional ground even if raised by way of oral request

VMT Spinning Co. Ltd. Vs. CIT (Punjab & Haryana High Court)

Rule 11 of Appellate Tribunal Rules does not require a party to seek the leave of Tribunal in writing to be heard in support of any ground not set forth in the memorandum of appeal, therefore, Tribunal was directed to adjudicate upon additional ground even if raised by way of oral request....

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Sale of Goods from Delivery Hub in Punjab to Customers of Punjab although brought from warehouse situated outside Punjab is inter-state supply

WS Retail Services (P.) Ltd. v Union of India (Punjab & Haryana)

Respondent Nos.2 and 3 are the State of Punjab and the State of Karnataka. Respondent Nos.4 and 5 are the Excise & Taxation Commissioner and the Excise and Taxation Officer-cum-Assessing Authority (ETO)....

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