Month: May 2019

In Mangathai Ammal vs. Rajeswari, the Supreme Court has explained the law on statutory presumption and burden of proof in the context of the 1988 Act as well as the 2016 amendment. It has also considered whether the said amendment can be treated as retrospective and applicable to earlier transactions. Advocates Ashwani Taneja & Renu Taneja have highlighted the salient points of the judgement and explained its practical relevance

Advocate Dharan V. Gandhi has conducted a thorough analysis of the recent judgement of the Supreme Court in PCIT vs. NRA Iron & Steel 412 ITR 161 on the taxability of bogus share capital and premium u/s 68 of the Income-tax Act. He has explained the nuances of the judgement and also offered valuable advice on what taxpayers should do to be able to successfully distinguish the said judgement from applying to the facts of their case

Dr. K Shivaram, Senior Advocate, has explained the entire law on the applicability of the rules of evidence to Direct Tax Laws. Copious reference has been made to all the important judgements on the subject. The author has also explained …

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