Tag: Madhya Pradesh High Court

Madhya Pradesh H.C : the petitioner/company has filed its return of income for the assessment year 2011-12 on 30.03.2012 declaring the income as nil

High Court Of MP Etiam Emedia Limited vs. ITO Section 147, 148 Asst. Year 2011-12 S.C. Sharma & Virender Singh, JJ. Writ Petition No. 28177/2018 19th December, 2018 Counsel Appeared: P.M. Choudhary, Learned Senior Counsel, Anand Prabhawalkar, Learned Counsel for the Petitioner.: Veena Mandlik, Learned Counsel for the Respondent. S.C. SHARMA, J.: The petitioner before this …

Madhya Pradesh H.C : The shareholders were Benami or fictitious person or that any part of the share capital represented company’s own income from undisclosed income

High Court Of Mp (Indore Bench) Pr.CIT & Ors. vs. Chain House International (P) Ltd. & Ors. Section 68, 132, 133A, 153A Asst. Year 2012-13 & 2013-14 P.K. JAISWAL & S. K. AWASTHI, JJ. ITA No. 112/2018, 111/2018, 110/2018, 113/2018, 114/2018, 115/2018 7th August, 2018 Counsel appeared: V.N. Dubey, Advocate for the Appellant.: Sumit Nema, learned …

Madhya Pradesh H.C : The respondent rejected the petitioner’s application for adjustment or refund of the amount paid under Income Declaration Scheme – 2016

High Court Of Madhya Pradesh Sangeeta Agrawal vs. Pr. CIT Section 183, 143(2), 67(2) Asst. Year 2014-15 P.K. Jaiswal & S.K. Awasthi, JJ. W.P. No. 16028/2018 3rd August, 2018 Counsel Appeared: Ashish Goyal for the Assessee.: Veena Mandlik, for the Revenue ORDER Heard on the question of admission. By this writ petition under Article 226 of …

Madhya Pradesh H.C : You have undertaken transaction in the sale of shares amounting to Rs.24,58,600/under the scrip KAPPAC PHARMA and the same has been found to be a bogus transaction

High Court Of MP Dayaram Khandelwal vs. Pr.CIT Section 273(A), 273(A)(4) P.K. Jaiswal & Virender Singh, JJ. W.P.No.1918 & 1922/2018 1st March, 2018 Counsel Appeared: P.M. Choudhary, learned Sr counsel with A.K. Jain, Adv., for the Petitioner. : Veena Mandlik, Adv., for the Respondent. P.K. JAISWAL, J: Since a common question of law is involved in …

Madhya Pradesh H.C : Where assessee had filed an application under section 254(2) but period of limitation for which assessee was entitled i.e. four years, was curtailed to six months by virtue of amendment in section 254(2), since existing right to file application had been extinguished with retrospective effect in case of assessee by shortening limitation period, application preferred by assessee should not have been dismissed by Tribunal

High Court Of Madhya Pradesh District Central Co-op. Bank Ltd. Vs. Union of India Section 254 Assessment year 2010-11 S.C. Sharma And Alok Verma, Jj. Writ Petition No. 4144 Of 2017 October  9, 2017  ORDER S.C. Sharma, J. – The petitioner before this Court, District Central Co- operative Bank Limited, District Raisen through its Manager, has filed …

Madhya Pradesh H.C : The applications for stay of demand under Section 220 (6) of the Income Tax Act has been disposed of by the learned Additional Commissioner, Range-3, Indore

High Court Of Madhya Pradesh (Indore Bench) Madhya Pradesh Audyogik Kendra Vikas Nigam Ltd. vs. ACIT & Anr. S.C.Sharma & Rajeev Kumar Dubey, JJ. Section 220 (6) Asst. Year 2011-12, 2012-13 WP-7779-2016 12th January, 2017 Counsel appeared: Sarvesh Shrivastava for the Petitioner. ORDER: Partlies through their counsel. Regard being had to the similitude in the controversy …

Madhya Pradesh H.C : Where cash found during survey was duly entered in books of account of assessee, said amount could not be treated as assessee’s income from undisclosed sources

High Court Of Madhya Pradesh CIT vs. Jaora Flour and Foods (P.) Ltd. Assessment Year : 2002-03 Section : 69A Viney Mittal And Prakash Shrivastava, JJ. IT Appeal No. 1 Of 2010 January 29, 2010 JUDGMENT 1. Shri R. L. Jain, Senior Advocate with Ms. Veena Mandlik, Advocate for the appellant. 2. This appal under section …
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