Syed Mahaboob Peer

Section 17(1)(b) of Consumer Protection Act is ‘a special policy’ to deal with other inconsistencies

Corporate Law - First of all, let us have a look at the Section 17(1)(a) of Consumer Protection Act, 1986 which read as ‘(a) to entertain – (i) complaints where the value of goods or services and compensation, if any, claimed exceeds rupees twenty lakhs but does not exceed rupees one crore; and (ii) appeals against the order […]...

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Prefer an Independent ‘Agreement of Arbitration’

Corporate Law - Whether incorporating the ‘Arbitration Clause’ in any ‘Contract Agreement’ is commendable? OR, the Independent ‘Agreement of Arbitration’ is better?...

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Pr CIT must issue the ‘Certificate to Practice’

Corporate Law - None will be entitled for appearing / attending / practicing before the Income Tax Authorities without Registering as an Income Tax Practitioner with the CIT....

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Need for amending Section 116 and Rule 83 of CGST Law

Corporate Law - there is an utmost need to AMEND the Sub-section (2) of Section 116 of the GST Act, to ADD therein, another category like Practicing Income Tax Practitioners, with the addition of words, which are to read as any Income Tax Practitioner, who hold a ‘Certificate to Practice’ and who has not been barred from practice...

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Appearance by ITPs as ARs under GST?

Corporate Law - CGST Act stipulates the following categories of persons as eligible to be authorized representatives to appear before GST Officer or the Appellate Authority or the Appellate Tribunal on behalf of the Taxpayer:...

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Section 17(1)(b) of Consumer Protection Act is ‘a special policy’ to deal with other inconsistencies

First of all, let us have a look at the Section 17(1)(a) of Consumer Protection Act, 1986 which read as ‘(a) to entertain – (i) complaints where the value of goods or services and compensation, if any, claimed exceeds rupees twenty lakhs but does not exceed rupees one crore; and (ii) appeals against the order […]...

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Prefer an Independent ‘Agreement of Arbitration’

Whether incorporating the ‘Arbitration Clause’ in any ‘Contract Agreement’ is commendable? OR, the Independent ‘Agreement of Arbitration’ is better?...

Read More

Pr CIT must issue the ‘Certificate to Practice’

None will be entitled for appearing / attending / practicing before the Income Tax Authorities without Registering as an Income Tax Practitioner with the CIT....

Read More

Need for amending Section 116 and Rule 83 of CGST Law

there is an utmost need to AMEND the Sub-section (2) of Section 116 of the GST Act, to ADD therein, another category like Practicing Income Tax Practitioners, with the addition of words, which are to read as any Income Tax Practitioner, who hold a ‘Certificate to Practice’ and who has not been barred from practice...

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Appearance by ITPs as ARs under GST?

CGST Act stipulates the following categories of persons as eligible to be authorized representatives to appear before GST Officer or the Appellate Authority or the Appellate Tribunal on behalf of the Taxpayer:...

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Whether all the Registered GSTPs need to clear the Examination?

Relax………. With the latest Press Release dated 17th September, 2018, the Date of Examination meant for Confirmation of Enrollment of GSTPs and Online Registration procedure for the Examination, ...

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Introducing An ‘Irritation Free Scheme’ Can Bring In More Income-Tax Payers

For enhancing the number of Income Tax Payers, the following measures have to be taken up at once: (1) Introducing a very simplified & hassle-free ITR Form for the First Time Filers of Return of Income & ensure harassment-free assessment, in the following manner:...

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Whether Section 6(3) of RTI Act is a “BOON” or a “CURSE”?

There is no doubt that the Subsection (3) of Section 6 of the RTI Act is a BOON to the Citizens/Applicants under the Act, so long the PIOs and FAAs at the Departments are functioning well by clearly understanding the spirit behind & specific purpose of this section. Otherwise, it is sure to be proved as a CURSE....

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Open Letter to Committee set up by CBDT to simplify Income Tax Law to Resolve the issue

The Jurisdictional Commissioners of Income Tax are unable to understand specific applicability of Rule 55 of Income Tax Rules, 1962 in connection/relation with each & every Clause of Subsection (2) of Section 288 of the Income Tax Act, 1961,and are blindly rejecting the applications of aspirants opting to become & be Registered Income Tax...

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Major draw backs or obstacles in achieving anticipated results under RTI Act

Whereas in the matter of Principles of Natural Justice, and the field of Justice Delivery the saying Justice Delayed is Justice Denied is honestly accepted, it seems that there is no weightage to such proverb in the Right to Information Act, 2005. In fact, there is no guarantee about supply of information within particular span of period....

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