Category: ITAT

There is a difference in “facts not proved” and “facts disproved” and penalty u/s 271(1)(c) can be levied only for the latter

In a latest judgment, ITAT Chennai has quashed penalty proceedings u/s 271(1)(c) for concealment holding that  there is a difference in “facts not proved” and “facts disproved” and penalty can be levied only for the latter. Case Law Details: ITA No.1730/Mds./2015 Assessment Year :2010-11 Mr.R.A.Palanisamy vs. Income Tax Officer Date of …

Set off of business loss from unexplained cash credits u/s 68 not permissible in view of combined reading of sections 71 , 72 and 32(2).

In a latest judgment, ITAT Chennai has upheld that allowing set off of business loss from the unexplained cash credits u/s 68 not permissible in view of harmonious and combined reading of  sections 71 , 72 and 32(2). Case Law Details: I.T.A.No.325/Mds./2015 vs. Assessment Year :2006-07 Deputy Commissioner of Income Tax …

ITAT condoned 7 days delay in filing appeal before CIT(A)-Cause of substantial justice deserves to be preferred over technical considerations

“When substantial justice and technical considerations are pitted against each other, the cause of substantial justice deserves to be preferred” ITAT quotes Apex Court observation while condoning delay of seven days in filing appeal before CIT(A). Case Details: ITA No. 435,436,437 & 438/JP/2014 Assessment Years : 2006-07 to 2009-10 …

Granting exemption not claimed in return of income-Reservation of Supreme Court in Goetze India Ltd case is applicable to AO not to appellate authority

In a recent judgment, ITAT Jaipur while allowing assessee’s claim of exemption u/s 11 held that the Supreme Court decision in Goetze India Ltd. vs. CIT  that assessee was not entitled to claim exemption which was not made in the return was applicable to AO and not to the appellate authority. Case …

sale of property distributed on dissolution of partnership firm amounts to capital gain not business income

ITAT, Ahmedabad has held that sale of shops by the assessee which were distributed on dissolution of partnership firm amounts to capital gain not business income. Case Details: ITA.No.1239/Ahd/2012 Asstt. Year: 2008-2009  DCIT vs. Mafatlal Nathalal Patel Date of Order: 01/04/2016 Brief Facts of the Case: The assessee was partner in …