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SC directs state to refund excess Sales Tax Collected

Corporation Bank Vs Saraswati Abharansala And Another (Supreme Court of India)

Corporation Bank Vs Saraswati Abharansala And Another (Supreme Court of India) The first respondent is a dealer in bullion gold. It entered into transactions of purchase of gold from the appellant herein during the period 6th April 1999 and 10th December 1999. The total transactions during the said period were for a sum of Rs.423748518/-....

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Prepare buffer stock of oxygen for emergency purposes, formulate national policy: SC

In Re Distribution of Essential Supplies And Services During Pandemic (Supreme Court of India)

In Re Distribution of Essential Supplies And Services During Pandemic (Supreme Court of India) In light of the continuing surge of infections in the second wave of the pandemic, we direct the Central Government and State Governments to put on record the efforts taken to curb the spread of the virus and the measures that they […]...

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An assessee can so arrange his affairs to minimize his tax burden

A well accepted Principle of law On going through the judgement of the Hon,ble Supreme Court in CIT, West Bengal Vs. Calcutta Discount Co. Ltd. Decided on 10.04.1973, we find two very important aspects decided by this court . 1. No specific formula is necessary for seeking relief at the hand of any court or […]...

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SC takes over oxygen supply function from PMO; Set up National Task Force

Union of India Vs Rakesh Malhotra & Anr. (Supreme Court)

Union of India Vs Rakesh Malhotra & Anr. (Supreme Court) The rationale for constituting a Task Force at a national level is to facilitate a public health response to the pandemic based on scientific and specialised domain We expect that the leading experts in the country shall associate with the work of the Task Force […]...

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SC direction on Covid precautions in prisons

In re Contagion of Covid 19 Virus in Prisons (Supreme Court of India)

In re Contagion of Covid 19 Virus in Prisons (Supreme Court) Hon’ble Supreme Court The authorities to ensure that proper medical facilities are provided to all prisoners who are imprisoned. The   spread   of Covid­19 virus should be controlled in the prisons by regular testing being done of the prisoners but also the jail [&helli...

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Courts must be open not Faceless: SC

Chief Election Commissioner of India Vs M.R Vijayabhaskar & Ors. (Supreme Court of India)

Chief Election Commissioner of India Vs M.R Vijayabhaskar & Ors. (Supreme Court of India) Courts must be open both in the physical and metaphorical sense. Save and except for in-camera proceedings in an exceptional category of cases, such as cases involving child sexual abuse or matrimonial proceedings bearing on matters of marital pr...

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Case Analysis – PILCOM Vs Commissioner of Income Tax

CASE ANALYSIS PILCOM v. COMMISSIONER OF INCOME TAX (C.I.T.) A.I.R. 2020 S.C. 204 Bench: Justice Uday Umesh Lalit and Justice Vineet Saran SIGNIFICANCE OF THE CASE: With an increase in various International Sporting events such as the Indian Premier League (IPL), Pro Kabaddi, Indian Super League (ISL), etc, which are been held in India, th...

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SC directs Rajasthan Private Schools to give 15% deduction in School Fees

Indian School Vs State of Rajasthan & Ors. (Supreme Court of India)

Indian School, Jodhpur & Anr. Vs State of Rajasthan & Ors. (Supreme Court) Ordinarily, we would have thought it appropriate to relegate the parties before the Regulatory Authority to refix the school fees for the academic year 2020­-21 after taking into account all aspects of the matter including the advantage gained by the schoo...

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SC judgement in the case of CIT West Bengal Vs. Durga Prasad More

CIT West Bengal Vs. Durga Prasad More (Supreme Court of India)

CIT West Bengal Vs. Durga Prasad More (Supreme Court of India) A brief anaylysis In the Supreme Court of India. CIT west Bengal filed appeal before SC against the order of High Court and SC delivered judgement on 27.8.1971. The name of the assessee was Sh. Durga Parshad More. This is with 82 ITR 540. […]...

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SC Judgment on Whether apparent can be considered as real?

Sumati Dayal Vs. CIT (Supreme Court)

Sumati Dayal Vs. CIT (Supreme Court) Whether the apparent can be considered as real? As laid down by this Court, apparent must be considered real until it is shown that there are reasons to believe that the apparent is not the real and that the taxing authorities arc entitled to look into the surrounding circumstances […]...

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