CBDT extends date only in Punjab, Haryana, UT of Chandigarh and Gujarat

Chandramappa Ramanna  Dhavalagi  Vs Union of India (Karnataka High court , Dharwad ), W.P No. 110253/2015, Date of Filing- 21.09.2015.

Writ is  filed by CA C R Dhavalagi and others at Dharwad Bench of Karnataka High court for extension of tax audit due date on 21 st September 2015 and will be heard on 28th September 2015.

We will update this page with further development in this case so keep checking this page for update on What Karnataka High Court Decides on the issue.

Download Copy of the Writ Petition filed by CA C R Dhavalagi

Update 28.09.2015- Case is adjourned for further hearing to 29.09.2015

Update on 29.09.2015-  HC disposes the petition and directed CBDT to consider the representation submitted by ICAI for extension of due date upto 31.10.2015 by tomorrow 30.09.2015 and report to  court. The case is argued by Advocate  Prakash Andanimath and  Ajit  Parvatikar.

Download Full Copy of Karnataka HC Judgment

Update on 30.09.2015- CBDT rejects KSCAA representation which Karnataka HC instructed to Consider

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0 responses to “Writ in Karnataka HC for Extension of TAR/ITR Due Date by CA C. R. Dhavalagi”

  1. Rudresh s r says:

    If a terrorist kidnaps a politician and can demand for release of 10 terrorists.
    These politicians acts very fast and release as well.
    But we have got court verdicts but there is no respect…
    INDIA – It happens in only in India.

  2. shivanand. says:

    sir

    Agree

  3. shivanand. says:

    sir
    Pl update as and when its update.

  4. Wazeer Ahmed says:

    Hats off to Punjab & Haryana high court. Really a big relief for everyone.

  5. T.R.Bhave says:

    Thanks a lot Mr. Dhavalgi.

  6. mukesh says:

    Mukesh Says:

    In Karnataka ~ Under the Vat act we are supposed to update all sales invoices, purchase invoices, debit notes and credit notes every month. Match these figures with the return filed. Not only that the department wanted to match the input tax details with those of the suppliers. Non matching of figures for inpur tax, declarations forms like “C” “F” etc., took up lot of time. Upon that the vat department started the assessments from 2005 to 2013. Assessments galore.
    Above all the dead lines and compliances under the others Acts every month and their respective return monthly, quarterly, half yearly and yearly :: 5th Service Tax, 7th TDS, 15th ESI & PF, 20th Vat/Cot/PT. Labour licence renewalas, PT renewal. All this too consumed time.
    And we had un interruped power cuts, internet speed, server slowing down (As everything is on line, like virtually the Government office work is done by every business man n his staff ). Elections galore and bundh also played its own parts.
    Due to this natural and practical hardships faced by the common business man, accountants, professionals, it is prayed that the Date be extended or at least penalty be waived for 2 months ~ Most of the taxes are deducted by way of TDS and many are regular in payment of Advance Tax. Hence there is no loss of revenue to a very great extent. The Government can however collect the interest on delayed payments beyond 30th September 18% for month of October and 24% for the month of November.
    For the professional this was hectic because of the new forms, extended deadlines, disclosure of income dates also collide with 30th September.

  7. omprakash says:

    3.”We direct the Central Board of Direct Taxes to consider the representation at Annexure- ‘C’ to these writ petitions dated September 15, 2015, peremptorily by September 29, 2015.”The order is a Direction from HIGH COURT OF KARNATAKA AT BENGALURU to consider the representation.The word peremptorily used to describe an order, command, etc., that you must obey without any questions or excuses

  8. HARIPRASAD G says:

    Well done Mr Dhavalgi.Thanks a lot.

  9. Heera Ram says:

    Dear Sir, I would like to ask you that i have not filed my last few years income tax return as my income was not taxable but now i got my last few years balance arrears (1998-99 to 2012-13)so now i am coming in to taxable area..can I divide the arrears in to financial years 1998-99 to 2012-13 under section 89(1) of IT.pls advice me as early as possible sir.
    Thank you

  10. amit rajpurohit says:

    in karnataka several bandh were there in september month and moreover many gov holidays. apart from this we were busy in uploading eupass as per commercial tax department notification. so we need extension. pls Mr. FM. make it 31.10.2015.

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