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Delhi HC: Time Limit of 8 Hours to File Reply to Show Cause Notice is Unreasonable - (17 May 2022)

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Delhi High Court bench has ruled that the time limit of eight hours to respond to the show cause notice was found to be neither reasonable nor effective. In such a short period of time, the assessee could not have submitted significant information and documents to substantiate his case.

Tags : DELHI HIGH COURT   EIGHT   ASSESSEE  

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