Search Results for Tag : Allowability
Employees' contribution paid by assessee before the due date of filing of return of income under Section 139(1) of the IT Act is an allowable deduction(01.02.2022)
In facts of present case, for the assessment year 2018-2019, the return of income was filed declaring loss of Rs.6,06,66,516. The assessee was served .....
Tags : Assessment, Deduction, Allowability
A mistake apparent on the record must be patent mistake and not something which can be established by a long-drawn process of reasoning(09.03.2022)
The facts of the case are that, assessee filed a loss return of Rs.1,76,77,280. However, the said return was revised to rectify certain mistakes decla.....
Tags : Assessment, Rectification, Allowability
An objection is part of the pre-litigation administrative process and is not a pleading(07.10.2022)
The issues in present appeal were whether it was permissible to amend the grounds of objection against an additional assessment issued by the Appellan.....
Tags : Assessment, Objection, Allowability
Mere fact that majority debenture holders have not initiated any application under Section 7 of IBC, shall not preclude financial creditor to initiate the same(01.02.2023)
Present Appeal has been filed against the Order by which order, the Adjudicating Authority has admitted Section 7 Application filed by the Financial C.....
Tags : Financial creditor, Application, Allowability
Notifications & Circulars
Existing grandfathered unlisted NCDs(28.04.2020)
1. SEBI vide Circular SEBI/HO/IMD/DF2/CIR/P/2019/104 dated October 01, 2019 has allowed the existing unlisted NCDs to be grandfathered till maturity, .....
Tags : NCDs, Maturity, Allowability
Scope of rectification under Section 254(2) of the IT Act is limited to rectify the mistakes and it is not permissible to review the decision taken by the Tribunal(20.07.2022)
By present Miscellaneous Application, the Assessee is seeking rectification of the mistake alleged to have crept in the order of the Tribunal.
Tags : Mistake, Rectification, Allowability
DCCBs can allow existing customers to withdraw upto Rs. 24,000 from their accounts : RBI(14.11.2016)
The Reserve Bank of India has today clarified that District Central Cooperative Banks (DCCBs) can allow their existing customers to withdraw money fro.....
Tags : Withdrawal, Limits, Allowability