Case Law Details

Case Name : PCIT Vs Tata Communications Ltd. (Bombay High Court)
Appeal Number : ITA No. 1746 of 2016
Date of Judgement/Order : 22/01/2019
Related Assessment Year :

PCIT Vs Tata Communications Ltd. (Bombay High Court)

Bombay HC  held that in case, the deductor has failed to upheld the correct details in form 26­A the benefit should be given  to  the  assesssee  on  the  basis  of  evidence  produced  before  the Department.

On Appeal Supreme Court has also affirmed the aboive view of High Court. Download full of PCIT Vs Tata Communications Ltd. (Supreme Court of India)

FULL TEXT OF THE HIGH COURT ORDER / JUDGEMENT

Since both these Appeals arise out of a  common judgment of the  Tribunal,  we  may  record  the  facts  from  the  Income  Tax  Appeal No.1745 of 2016.

2. The Revenue is in Appeal against the Judgment of the Income Tax Appellate Tribunal (in short “the Tribunal”), raising  the following common question for our consideration:­

“ Whether on the facts and in the circumstance of the case and in law, the Tribunal was justified in directing the AO to give the credit of TDS on the basis of evidences produced for deduction of tax at source where the deductor has not issued TDS certificates or had failed to uphold  the correct details in Form 26AS?”

3. Upon perusal of the impugned judgment of the Tribunal with the assistance of the learned Counsel for the parties, we notice that the Revenue had objected to the assessee’s claim of Tax Deducted at Source (for short “TDS”)  from the payments made to the assessee on the ground that, there was mis­match in the TDS certificate issued by the deductors and the aggregate amounts arrived at as appearing in form 26­A. The Tribunal referred to and relied on the decision of this Court  in case of Yashpal Sahni 293 ITR 539 and observed that, in case, the deductor has failed to upheld the correct details in form 26­A the benefit should be given  to  the  assesssee  on  the  basis  of  evidence  produced  before  the Department. Resultantly, the Tribunal only directed the Assessing Officer to verify the correct facts and give credit of TDS to the  assessee.  No question of law arises.

4. Accordingly, both the Appeals are dismissed.

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