Section 147 judiciary-2

Mere signing against a particular column of format is nothing but a mechanical approval

Shri Ram Niranjan Tibra Vs ITO (ITAT Jaipur)

Ld. CIT acted mechanically in order to discharge his statutory obligation when he merely wrote on the format Yes, I am satisfied. In the case in hand, the Id. CIT has even not written any affirmative sentence or word but has just signed against the column which was pre-typed Yes....

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Reassessment without disposing assessee’s objections by a speaking order is invalid

ITO (E) Vs ICFAI University (ITAT Delhi)

Where AO did not pass any speaking order in disposing of assessee|s objections against notice under section 148, the assessment order passed subsequent to such notice, would be considered as bad in law and hence, the same was liable to be quashed....

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Reopening of Assessment merely based on department advisory is invalid

Ravindra Kumar (HUF) Vs CIT (Patna High Court)

In view of the clear fact situation available on the record where such reopening is simply founded on the advisory dated 10.03.2016 issued by the department and where the reasons so present for the formation of belief is not resting on any tangible material, in possession of the Assessing officer as confirmed from the discussions above, i...

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Reassessment proceedings on basis of change of opinion was invalid

City Union Bank Limited Vs ACIT (Madras High Court)

Reassessment could not be reopened on basis of change of opinion in case the matter of dis allowance had already been considered during the original assessment proceedings because the authority could not take advantage of their own wrong if they failed to perform their statutory duty....

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Reassessment notice issued to dead person not valid merely because PAN was active

Durlabhai Kanubhai Rajpara Vs ITO (Gujarat High Court)

Merely because PAN is active, it cannot be presumed that the assessee is alive and notice for reassessment be issued in the name of dead person, more particularly, when the department was made aware about the death of the assessee prior to issuance of the notice....

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Reopening of assessment for non-existent and factually incorrect reasons was invalid

Shri Ram Mohan Rawat Vs ITO (ITAT Jaipur)

Shri Ram Mohan Rawat Vs ITO (ITAT Jaipur) Reasons recorded by the AO for formation of belief that income assessable to tax has escaped assessment are based on two counts. One, the assessee has made bogus purchases and the second, that the purchases are not verifiable as the as the  assessee has not filed the […]...

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After conclusion of proceedings u/s 147 AO cannot take aid of Exp. 3 to Section 147 to make any addition

M/s JDC Traders Pvt. Ltd. Vs DCIT (ITAT Delhi)

M/s JDC Traders Pvt. Ltd. Vs DCIT (ITAT Delhi) A careful reading of Section 147 clearly shows that it empowers the learned AO to assess or re-assess the income in respect of any issue which had escaped the assessment irrespective of the fact that whether such aspect was adverted to in respect of the reasons […]...

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Reassessment not valid if assessee’s objections to reasons for reopening not disposed

Nimitaya Hotel & Resorts Ltd. Vs ACIT (ITAT Delhi)

Not passing a speaking order rejecting the objections of assessee to reopening of assessment but passing an order under section 147 making the additions based on reasons recorded had caused serious prejudice to interest of assessee. Thus, reopening had not been done in accordance with the law by AO and, therefore, reassessment order was s...

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Non-quoting of reasons for reopening in reassessment notice would not vitiate entire proceedings

Seshasayee Paper & Boards Ltd Vs UOI (Madras High Court)

Mere non quoting of the reasons for reopening by AO in the impugned notice would not vitiate the entire proceedings. Department had to furnish the reasons to assessee and on receipt of the reasons, if assessee were of the opinion that there were no additional material or new materials were available then they could submit their objections...

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Reassessment without disposing of assessee’s objections by separate order makes jurisdiction of AO ultra-vires in law

Fomento Resorts & Hotels Ltd Vs ACIT (Bombay High Court)

Since AO had purported to assume the jurisdiction for reopening of assessment, without having first disposed of assessees objections to the reasons by passing a speaking order, therefore, failure to follow the procedure renders the assumption of jurisdiction by AO ultra vires in law....

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