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Case Name : Jai Mica Supply Co Pvt Ltd Vs CIT (Kolkata High Court)
Appeal Number : I.T.A. No. 217 of 2003
Date of Judgement/Order : 12/08/2011
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Jai Mica Supply Co Pvt Ltd Vs CIT (Kolkata High Court)- We do not find any substance in the contention of Mr. Khaitan that there were conflicting views on this point when the notice under Section 263 of the Act was issued. At one point of time, when the matter was before the Tribunal, the decision of Two-Judge-Bench in the case of Steno-craft Enterprises (Supra), created a doubt as to the applicability of Section 80HHC of the Act, but after the decision of the Supreme Court in the case of Gem Granite (Supra), there is no scope of any confusion and we therefore, find that the  Commissioner of Income- tax did not commit any illegality in invoking of Section 263 of the Act at a point of time when there was no confusion in the field and the Tribunal also rightly dismissed the appeal filed by the appellant.

Assessee is not entitled to deduction u/s 80HHC for the goods and merchandise, namely, minerals or ores as the amendment brought to allow deduction in respect export of goods and merchandise which are `minerals and ores’ is prospective and not retrospective and is applicable w.e.f. AY 1991-92.

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