Due date of Efling of Punjab VAT returns of Q2 of year 2014-15 extended to 03.11.2014

0 comments Thursday, October 30, 2014
Public Notice

Kind Attention: Dealers/Lawyers/Chartered Accountants/Other Stakeholders

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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 gazette

0 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 A. N. Jindal to be next Chairman of Punjab VAT Tribunal-long wait is over

0 comments Wednesday, October 15, 2014
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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Supreme Court clarifies general principles concerning retrospectivity in laws

0 comments Sunday, October 5, 2014
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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No penalty can be levied merely on the basis of provisional assessment

0 comments Friday, October 3, 2014
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.
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