Tag: ITAT Mumbai

DVO Reference u/s 55A condition u/s 50C applies only when stamp duty value is higher than the sales consideration as per agreement-ITAT

DVO Reference u/s 55A condition u/s 50C applies only when stamp duty value is higher than the sales consideration as per agreement. This was held by ITAT Mumbai in its recent judgment as under: Case Law Details: ITA No. 5133/Mum/2014  Assessment Year : 2009-10 Dy. Commissioner of Income Tax vs. M/s Shree Aditya …

Assessee entitled to option u/s 112(1)(a) for indexation/ non-indexation and pay tax on capital gains @20% or 10%. Benefit cannot be denied merely for not filing details in income return.

Assessee entitled to option u/s 112(1)(a) for indexation/ non-indexation and pay tax on capital gains @20% or 10%. Benefit cannot be denied merely for not filing details in income return. This was ruled by ITAT Mumbai in a recent judgment as under. Case Law Details: ITA No. 5977/Mum/2013  Assessment Year : 2010-11 …

House Property Annual Value u/s 23(1). Whether flat ihabitable or not, a question of fact to be determined after appreciation of evidences

ITAT, Mumbai in a recent judgment has held that for determination of Annual Value of House property, u/s 23(1), whether the residential property (flat) was habitable or not was a question of fact that can be determined only after appreciation of evidences and remanded the case back to AO. Case Law Details: …

Demolition/destruction of house not necessarily results in transfer u/s 2(47) by extinguishment of capital assets rights for capital gain purpose

ITAT Mumbai, in a recent case has stated that demolition/destruction of house not necessarily results in transfer u/s 2(47) by extinguishment of rights in a capital assets for capital gain purpose. Case Law Details: I.T.A. No. 6169/Mum/2013  Assessment Year : 2007-08 Dilip Manhar Parekh vs.  Dy. Commissioner of …

Assessee not liable to LTCG as registered owner where land leased to builder for flats construction and payments received directly by builder

Assessee not liable to Long Term Capital Gain for being registered owner where the land was leased out to a builder company for construction of flats and payments for flat sales were received directly by the builder. Case Details: INCOME TAX APPELLATE TRIBUNAL “E” BENCH, MUMBAI I.T.A. No 4518/Mum/2012 Assessment …
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