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Latest Supreme Court Verdicts

  1. CIT vs. Equinox Solution Pvt. Ltd (Supreme Court) In our considered opinion, the case of the respondent (assessee) does not fall within the four corners of Section 50 (2) of the Act. Section 50 (2) applies to a case where any block of assets are tran .....

  2. CIT vs. Annamalaiar Mills (Supreme Court) It is not in dispute that M/s Annamalaiar Textiles (P) Ltd. did not pay any amount to the shareholders who ultimately got the shares transferred in their names. The respondent was holding 100 per cent .....

  3. Gunjan Girishbhai Mehta vs. DIT (Supreme Court) The point urged before us, shortly put, is that if the original search warrant is invalid the consequential action under Section 158BD would also be invalid. We do not agree. The issue of invalidity o .....

Latest High Court Verdicts

  1. Vikram Singh vs. UOI (Delhi High Court) The Court finds nothing in Section 279 of the Act or the Explanation thereunder to permit the CBDT to prescribe such an onerous and irrational procedure which runs contrary to the very object of Secti .....

  2. Ultratech Cement Ltd vs. ACIT (Bombay High Court) We note that it is an undisputed position before us that for the subject assessment year, the appellant assessee had not claimed benefit of Section 80IA of the Act in respect of its Jetty / Port eithe .....

  3. Rajendra Goud Chepur vs. ITO (AP & T High Court) Without any concrete facts, reopening cannot be ordered merely on the presumption that the returned income is very shockingly lower than the total gross receipts. Therefore, we are of the considered v .....

Latest ITAT Verdicts

  1. M/s Beauty Tax vs. DCIT (ITAT Jaipur) The only grievance of the Assessing Officer is that the assessee has failed to produce the party so as to establish genuineness of the transaction and secondly, no payment has been made to the party t .....

  2. Small Wonder Industries vs. CIT (ITAT Mumbai) We are of the view, that there is a distinction between “lack of enquiry” and “inadequate enquiry”. In the present case the Assessing Officer collected necessary details, examined the same and .....

  3. Kaypee Electronics & Associates Pvt. Ltd vs. DCIT (ITAT Bangalore) The only issue that arises for consideration before us is whether the TPO was justified in making the ALP adjustment in respect of royalty payment made to M/s. Falco Limited in the given facts of the .....

Latest Useful Information

  1. CBDT Transfer Orders Of ACIT, DCIT, Addl CIT And Joint CsIT The CBDT has vide Order No. 55 of 2017 dated 24.04.2017 ordered the postings and transfers of several officers in the grade of Assistant / Deputy Commissioner of Income Tax with immediate effect and u .....

  2. CBDT Chief Laments Non-Disposal Of Public Grievances And Warns AOs Of Adverse Action Hon'ble Sushil Chandra, the Chairman of the CBDT, has addressed a letter dated 24.04.2017 to the top brass of the Income-tax department in which he has lamented that the CBDT is one of the Government .....

  3. Imp CBDT Circular Regarding Taxability Of Salaries Of Non-Resident Seafarers Credited To NRE Accounts Maintained With Indian Banks The CBDT has issued Circular No. 13/2017 dated 11.04.2017 in which it has clarified the law regarding Liability to income-tax in India for a non-resident seafarer receiving remuneration in NRE (Non Re .....

Latest Articles By Legal Luminaries

  1. CBDT Transfer Orders Of ACIT, DCIT, Addl CIT And Joint CsIT The CBDT has vide Order No. 55 of 2017 dated 24.04.2017 ordered the postings and transfers of several officers in the grade of Assistant / Deputy Commissioner of Income Tax with immediate effect and u .....

  2. CBDT Chief Laments Non-Disposal Of Public Grievances And Warns AOs Of Adverse Action Hon'ble Sushil Chandra, the Chairman of the CBDT, has addressed a letter dated 24.04.2017 to the top brass of the Income-tax department in which he has lamented that the CBDT is one of the Government .....

  3. Imp CBDT Circular Regarding Taxability Of Salaries Of Non-Resident Seafarers Credited To NRE Accounts Maintained With Indian Banks The CBDT has issued Circular No. 13/2017 dated 11.04.2017 in which it has clarified the law regarding Liability to income-tax in India for a non-resident seafarer receiving remuneration in NRE (Non Re .....

Latest Blog Posts

  1. Can A Judge Appointed President Of The ITAT Do Judicial Work Of Hearing And Deciding Appeals? The learned author has raised the seminal question whether if a judge of the High Court is appointed President of the ITAT, he constitutes a “Member” and has the jurisdiction to hear and .....

  2. Important Case Laws Relating To Taxability Of Black Money (Demonetisation) & Levy Of Penalty Thereon Advocate Neelam C. Jadhav has prepared a compilation of important judgements relating to the taxability of unaccounted black money deposited in bank accounts in the wake of demonetisation. The compila .....

  3. War Against Corruption And Black Money – Tax Professionals Must Support The Govt Dr. K. Shivaram, Senior Advocate, has hailed Demonetisation as a great move and a bold step to reduce the black money circulation in our country. He has called it a “War against corruption and b .....

Latest Forum Discussions

  1. Re: forceful declaration of IDS by ITO It is very difficult to come out of  the situation once the taxes are not paid as per the declaration made under ids ..... there is a possibility that the department may reopen the assessment and .....

  2. defaullt of advance tax and penalty and prosecution           Whether non payment of advance tax as per the order of Assessing Officer u/s 210(3) attracts penalty and prosecution.  Of late, people are receiving notices fro .....


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