Period of holding of flat to be counted from date of allotment letter and not from date of possession0 comments Friday, November 14, 2014
Law Point settled: Period of holding of a flat for the purpose of calculating capital gains, is to be reckoned from the date of allotment letter and not from the date of possession
Punjab & Haryana High Court stays passing of final orders in assessment cases of year 06-07, 07-08 and 08-090 comments Tuesday, November 11, 2014
Punjab & Haryana High Court has stayed the passing of final orders in assessment cases of years 2006-07, 2007-08 and 2008-09 under Punjab VAT Act, 2005 in the case of M/s ABC Ltd vs State of Punjab. The said company had challenged the vires of the amendment in section 29 of Punjab VAT Act, 2005 whereby the limitation period of all the assessment cases including that of 2006-07, 2007-08 and 2008-09 was extended from three years to six years. For the assessment of year 2006-07 the time limit was extended till 20th November, 2014.
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Now a days It is seen that the Excise and Taxation Department, Punjab has started issuing notices for amendment in assessment in many cases. These notices are being issued ussualy on the basis of audit objections received from State CAG or sometimes on the ground that some of the law points were misinterpreted by the predecessor of the assessing officer, while framing original assessment.
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Dealer cannot be denied benefit due to cancellation of R.C. of other dealer, unless the same is published in official gazette0 comments Sunday, October 19, 2014
Punjab & Haryana High Court in an older case namely Arjan Radio House vs Assessing Authority had held that a person's registration certificate shall be deemed to have been cancelled w.e.f date of publication of the factum of cancellation in the official Gazette as a busy seller cannot be supposed to know whether the registration certificate of a purchasing dealer has been cancelled or not unless he can be fixed with the knowledge of this fact.
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Justice AN Jindal (retd), who had given a clean chit to Shiromani Akali Dal minister Sikandar Singh Maluka in the alleged multi-crore scam of government school books, is set to become the chairman of Punjab Value Added Tax (VAT) Tribunal.
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The Hon'ble Supreme Court has very well explained general rules relating to retrospective laws in a recent landmark case namely CIT vs Vatika Township (P) Ltd. Civil Appeal No. 1160 of 2007 dt. 15.09.2014. In this case the primary issue was whether section 113 of Income Tax Act, 1961, which levied surcharge on tax assessed in block assessments, is retrospective in nature or not.
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Rajasthan High Court in a very important case namely ACTO vs Jain Hardware Stores has held that no penalty can be levied in the provisional assessment as for leving penalty definite findings and conclusions and many things have to be proved, therefore penalty cannot be levied merely on the basis of provisional assessment.
Representation prepared on behalf of Jalandhar Sales Tax Bar on the issue of retention of ITC on closing stock0 comments Sunday, September 28, 2014
I along with the President of Jalandhar Taxation Bar have prepared and written a representation on behalf of Jalandhar Taxation Bar submitted to AETC, Jalandhar II, DETC, Jalandhar Division, ETC, Punjab and Additional ETC, Punjab. This representation is mainly on the issue of retention of ITC on closing stock in case of exporters by the Designated Officers at Jalandhar relying upon section 18(2) of Punjab VAT Act, 2005.
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The Full Bench of the Supreme Court had to consider whether the National Tax Tribunals Act, 2005, which sought to take away the jurisdiction of the High Courts in tax matters was constitutional. The Full Bench has struck down the entire Act as being unconstitutional on the ground that though “tribunalization” has been allowed subject to safeguards, the NTT Act “crosses the boundary” and “encroaches the exclusive domain” of the High Courts.
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The Punjab Excise and Taxation Department has notified Paper Board sold by manufacturers in the State of Punjab for the purpose of E-ICC and E-TRIP under Rule 64-A and Rule 64-B of Punjab VAT Rules, 2005.
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The Punjab Excise and Taxation Department has issued a public notice, stating the filing of the monthly return of VAT-16, with effect from September 1, can be done online.
No reversal of ITC on closing stock of iron and steel goods is warranted under rule 21(8) of Punjab VAT Rules.0 comments Wednesday, August 27, 2014
Recently while filing the fourth quarter return of year 2013-14, the Excise and Taxation Department,
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The Tax Lawyers Association filed a Writ Petition claiming that Rule 73 read with Rule 79(2)(f) of the U.P. Value Added Tax Rules 2008 which permits outsiders to practice in the field of Law before the VAT Authorities under the VAT Act is ultra vires section 33 of the Advocates Act 1961 which provides that only Advocates are entitled to practice before any Court or authority.
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Punjab deputy chief minister Sukhbir Singh Badal on Tuesday ordered withdrawal of the amendment made in the first proviso to section 13 (1) of the Punjab VAT Act, 2005 for availing input tax credit and asked the excise and taxation department to draft an ordinance in this regard and present it for approval in the next meeting of the state cabinet.
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It is the general tendency of the adminstrative authorities more so of the tax authorities to pass non-speaking orders or to pass orders in violation of principle of fairness and rules of natural justice, without giving any opportunity of being heard to the effected person. The authorities in many case pass orders in gross violation of rules of natural justice.
Capital asset can be deemed to be transferred by mere agreement to sell for the purpose of exemption u/s 540 comments Sunday, July 27, 2014
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Madhya Pradesh High Court in Super Traders v Additional Commissioner of Commercial Taxes has held that incorrect or erroneous claim not sustainable under VAT law would not make a case of concealment of taxable item, therefore penalty is not leviable in such case.
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