Del. HC: Severity of Offence Can’t Disentitle Foreigner to Get Parole for Filing SLP  ||  Cal. HC: Can’t Compound Proceedings u/s 138 NI Act at Revision Stage Without Complainant’s Consent  ||  Bom. HC: There Should be Some Accountability Fixed on Courts in Cases of Prolonged Incarceration  ||  Tel. HC: Employee Can’t be Denied Promotion on Pretext of Pendency Disciplinary Proceedings  ||  All. HC: State Government has no Power to Cancel the NOC Granted by PCI  ||  SC: Can’t Allow Revision Petition u/s 115 CPC Against Trail Court Order Rejecting Review of Decree  ||  Mad. HC: Record Statements of Witnesses u/s 161 CrPC Using Electronic Means atleast in Serious Crime  ||  Delhi HC to UGC: Ensure Strict Compliance of UGC Act, 1956, with Regard to Specification of Degree  ||  Mad. HC: Notice Needn’t be Served to Victim in HCP by Accused Following Preventive Detention  ||  SC to Centre/States: Ensure the Effective Implementation of HIV Act, 2017    

Search Results for Tag : revisionary jurisdiction


Where Assessing Officer has accepted a particular contention/issue without any enquiry or evidence, the order is erroneous(03.08.2020)

Present appeal preferred by the Assessee emanates from the order of the learned principal Commissioner of Income Tax-1, for the assessment year 2014-1.....

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ITAT Revisionary Jurisdiction Can Be Invoked In A Very Gross Case Of Inadequacy(11.01.2022)

Income Tax Appellate Tribunal (ITAT), Delhi bench has held that the revisionary jurisdiction under Section 263 of the Income Tax Act, 1961 can be avai.....

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ITAT, Kolkata: Limitation for Revisionary Jurisdiction Runs from Assessment Date Order(06.04.2022)

Income Tax Appellate Tribunal, Kolkata has observed that the limitation period for exercising revisionary jurisdiction runs from the date of assessmen.....

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Madras HC: CIT Can’t Invoke Revisionary Jurisdiction If Conditions u/s 263 of IT Act Not Fulfilled(10.06.2021)

Madras High Court has ruled that the Income Tax Appellate Tribunal (ITAT) rightly set aside the order passed under Section 263 of the Income Tax Act, .....

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