S.C : Despite his very persuasive argument, we are, on the facts available to us, unable to take a view other than that taken by the Tribunal and the High Court.

Supreme Court Of India

CIT vs. Lucas T.V.S. Ltd.

Section 147(b)

Asst. year 1972-73

S.P. Bharucha, N. Santosh Hegde & Y.K. Sabharwal, JJ.

Civil Appeal Nos. 4789 & 4790 of 1998

5th December, 2000

Counsel Appeared

M.L. Verma with Preetish Kapur & Ms. Sushma Suri, for the Appellant : R. Venkataraman with V. Prabhakar, Kumud Singh & Ms. Revathy Raghavan, for the Respondent

ORDER

BY THE COURT :

We have heard learned counsel for the Revenue. Despite his very persuasive argument, we are, on the facts available to us, unable to take a view other than that taken by the Tribunal and the High Court.

2. The appeals are dismissed. No order as to costs.

[Citation : 249 ITR 306]

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