Punjab and Haryana HC

Registration U/s. 12AA cannot be denied for mere non filing of Return

CIT (Exemptions) Vs. M/s Shri Shirdi Sai Darbar Charitable Trust (Dharamshala) (Punjab & Haryana High Court)

Advocate Akhilesh Kumar Sah Just because the assessee has not filed income tax returns in earlier years, it can not be said that the activities of the assessee of the charitable trust / society were not genuine and grant of the registration under section 12AA cannot be denied...

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P&H HC directs subordinate courts to record Aadhaar No. of Parties

No. 1588 1588/Spl. C.B.2 (17/07/2017)

Directions be issued to all the District And Sessions Judges In the States of Punjab, Haryana and U.T. Chandigarh for directing the officials concerned to start capturing/ entering the Aadhar Number of the parties while entering the cases in CIS 2.0. The members of the Bar may be requested to provide the Aadhaar number for the aforesaid P...

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Addition upheld for cash deposit in bank claimed against withdrawals

Smt. Kavita Chandra Vs CIT (Appeals) (Punjab & Haryana High Court)

The withdrawals have been found to be subsequently redeposited after a gap of two or three months which is not probable. The assessee therefore we find has not been able to link the cash withdrawn from the bank with cash deposit we therefore uphold the order of the learned CIT(A) treating the cash deposit of Rs. 14,20,212/- as unexplained...

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Addition for undervaluation not justified without alleging that assessee received more consideration than what is stated in the sale deed

The Pr. Commissioner of Income Tax- 2, Vs M/s Quark Media House India Pvt. Ltd. (Punjab & Haryana High Court)

The presumption against the value being understated (not undervalued) is greater where parties are connected or related. However, if the AO does not allege that the assessee received more consideration than is stated in the sale deed, he cannot made an addition to the stated consideration....

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HC cannot entertain appeals related to determination of disputes relating to tax ability of services or excisability of goods

Commissioner Service Tax Vs DLF Golf Resorts Ltd. (Punjab & Haryana High Court)

Section 35L is being amended so as to clarify that determination of disputes relating to tax ability or excisability of goods is covered under the term 'determination of any question having a relation to rate of duty' and hence, appeal against Tribunal orders in such matters would lie before the Supreme Court....

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Azaan, is Integral Part of Islam but Not the Loudspeakers: HC

Aash Mohammad Vs State of Haryana and others (Punjab & Haryana High Court)

High Court held that that ‘Azaan’ is no doubt an essential part of the Muslim religion but the use of microphones is certainly not an integral part of ‘Azaan’...

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Assessee can adjust cash seized against its advance tax dues

Pr. CIT Vs Sh. Surinder Kumar Khindri (Punjab And Haryana High Court)

The assessee has been held entitled to adjustment of cash seized against its advance tax dues. It has further been held that the Explanation 2 to Section 132B of the Act is not retrospective in nature. ...

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Appellate Authority cannot Enhance Penalty: Punjab Excise Act, 1914

M/s Nirvair Singh Vs Financial Commissioner Taxation (Punjab and Haryana High Court)

Section 14 of the Punjab Excise Act, 1914 does not confer a power upon the appellate authority to pass an order more burdensome than the order appealed against. It does not entitle the appellate authority to enhance the penalty. ...

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No penalty where assessee relied on professional opinion & there is no tax impact

Pr. CIT Vs Atotech India Ltd (Punjab and Haryana High Court)

Tribunal noted that the respondent had claimed the set off of its business income of Rs. 1.85 crores against the brought forward business losses of the earlier years on the basis of a legal opinion received from a leading firm of Chartered Accountants dated 15.06.2001. ...

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SC explains TDS on construction, erection & commissioning of plants

Pr. CIT Vs The Senior Manager (Finance), Bharat Heavy Ltd., (Punjab and Hariyana High court)

These are usual clauses in such contracts. The testing, pre-commissioning, commissioning and post-commissioning are required to be carried out by a contractor to satisfy the customer that the work has been executed in a proper manne...

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