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Tax Consequences of entering into Joint Development Agreement

Income Tax - Meaning of Joint Development Agreement In a Joint Development Agreement, land owner contributes his land and enters into an arrangement with the developer to develop and construct a real estate project at the developer’s cost.The key feature of JDA is that the land owner contributes land and developer undertakes the responsibility of ob...

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Road ahead for Developers after Delhi High Court Judgement

Income Tax - All of us would have observed reports in the press, that the Hon’ble Delhi High Court has ruled on 3.6.2016, in the case of a writ petition, that in the case of a composite contract between a buyer of an apartment and the developer of the apartment, wherein the total value of the apartment includes the value of land also, no service tax...

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Service Tax implications on Land Development Agreements

Income Tax - In case of a Real estate and construction industry, where due to various political and economical reasons we have seen that there is a sharp downturn being noted in the sale of residential and commercial construction projects irrespective of fact that the prices of land are still reaching sky high. ...

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Tenant given power to select own builder in case of redevelopment

Income Tax - An amendment in the Development Control Regulation 33 (9) pertaining to cluster redevelopment has given tenants of old, cessed buildings in the island city the right to select their own builder. However, the ultimate power to sanction such schemes still rests with the landlords as without their consent no redevelopment can take place....

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Even part performance of contract in case of JDA attracts capital gain tax

K. Vijaya Lakshmi Vs Asst. Commissioner of Income Tax (ITAT Hyderabad) - These are two appeals by two assessees against the orders of the Commissioner of Income Tax (Appeals)-5, Hyderabad, for the AY. 2009-10. Since common issues are involved in both of these appeals, these are heard together and decided by this common order...

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Minority members of co-operative housing society cannot obstruct a redevelopment project

The Bombay high court has once again ruled that members of a co-operative housing society who are in minority cannot obstruct a redevelopment project and must abide by the majority decision of the society, unless they show that here is some prejudice caused to them or a fraud has been committed....

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Tax Consequences of entering into Joint Development Agreement

Meaning of Joint Development Agreement In a Joint Development Agreement, land owner contributes his land and enters into an arrangement with the developer to develop and construct a real estate project at the developer’s cost.The key feature of JDA is that the land owner contributes land and developer undertakes the responsibility of ob...

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Even part performance of contract in case of JDA attracts capital gain tax

K. Vijaya Lakshmi Vs Asst. Commissioner of Income Tax (ITAT Hyderabad)

These are two appeals by two assessees against the orders of the Commissioner of Income Tax (Appeals)-5, Hyderabad, for the AY. 2009-10. Since common issues are involved in both of these appeals, these are heard together and decided by this common order...

Read More

Road ahead for Developers after Delhi High Court Judgement

All of us would have observed reports in the press, that the Hon’ble Delhi High Court has ruled on 3.6.2016, in the case of a writ petition, that in the case of a composite contract between a buyer of an apartment and the developer of the apartment, wherein the total value of the apartment includes the value of land also, no service tax...

Read More
Posted Under: Corporate Law |

Service Tax implications on Land Development Agreements

In case of a Real estate and construction industry, where due to various political and economical reasons we have seen that there is a sharp downturn being noted in the sale of residential and commercial construction projects irrespective of fact that the prices of land are still reaching sky high. ...

Read More

Minority members of co-operative housing society cannot obstruct a redevelopment project

The Bombay high court has once again ruled that members of a co-operative housing society who are in minority cannot obstruct a redevelopment project and must abide by the majority decision of the society, unless they show that here is some prejudice caused to them or a fraud has been committed....

Read More

Tenant given power to select own builder in case of redevelopment

An amendment in the Development Control Regulation 33 (9) pertaining to cluster redevelopment has given tenants of old, cessed buildings in the island city the right to select their own builder. However, the ultimate power to sanction such schemes still rests with the landlords as without their consent no redevelopment can take place....

Read More
Posted Under: Corporate Law |

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