Case Law Details

Case Name : Partha Sarathi Das Vs UOI & Ors. (Orissa High Court)
Appeal Number : W.P.(C) No.5949 of 2014
Date of Judgement/Order : 03/07/2014
Related Assessment Year :
Courts : All High Courts (3992) Orissa High Court (11)

Section 234E – Judgment of Orissa High Court in the case of Partha Sarathi Das Vs. UOI & Ors. (Odisha HIgh Court)

Hon’ble Odisha High Court has granted stay on the recovery of Late fee charged Under Section 234E of the Income Tax Act,1961. In Separate cases Hon’ble Bombay, Rajashthan, Kerala and Karnataka High Court has already stayed the Recovery Proceeding U/s. 234E of the Income Tax Act,1961 till the final verdict in the case.

Mr. Tushar Kanti Satpathy, Advocate was the arguing counsel in this case.

Judgment of  Hon’ble Bombay, Rajashthan, Kerala and Karnataka High Court  Granting Stay in Recovery Proceeding U/s. 234E of the Income Tax Act,1961 –

Hon’ble Bomaby High Court Judgment

Hon’ble Rajashthan High Court Judgment

Hon’ble Kerala High Court Judgment 

Hon’ble Karnataka High Court Judgment 

Submitted by – Advocate Natabar Panda, Orissa High Court at Cuttack

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0 responses to “Section 234E – Odisha High Court Stays Recovery Proceeding”

  1. ram babu B.Com says:

    Has the dept. taken action against any DDO (the depots. who ‘remit’ TDS ) through book adjustment.

  2. Nem Singh says:

    CPC create corrupt practice system by creating hassel for Honest tax payer adjusting refunds against illegal demands generated through processing. Not giving full credit, without hearing or given any opportunity to the assesee. Even there are mistake by taking different income as declared by the assessee and no proper system of rectification or re issuing of refund.

  3. HARSHADRAI says:

    I think & hope that our ANTI TAX TERRORISUM Finance Minister Shri Arun Jaitely will give relief in budget. F M should read the fellings of the Deductor. Tax deductor is unpaid servant of Govt. there should be no penalty fees etc. on him. If Govt. introduce TDS CHALLAN-CUM-FORM NO 16A and get all the details from above challan,No 26Q,No 16A No fees/penalty.

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