Category: Supreme Court/High Court related

Change In Constitution Of Bombay High Court’s Tax Bench w.e.f. 11.03.2019

There will be a change in constitution Of Bombay High Court’s Tax Bench w.e.f. 11.03.2019. The revised constitution is as follows

ITAT Members Deserve To Be Appointed High Court Judges: Tax Professionals At Foundation Day Celebration

There is no institutionalized process of elevation of the Members of the ITAT to the High Court. There are a good number of Judicial Members who deserve to be elevated to the High Court. AIFTP has made representation to Honourable Chief Justice of India and also to the Honorable law Minister. Hon’ble President, being from the judiciary, would be able to help in this regard and when the foundation day is celebrated the next year, some positive development could be expected

Senior Advocates: Bombay High Court Invites Views From Public Reg Applicants Seeking Designation Of Senior Advocate

The Bombay High Court has issued a Notification dated 29th January 2019 stating that it has received applications/ proposals from 57 Advocates seeking to be designated as ‘Senior Advocates’. The Court has invited suggestions and views from the members of the Bar and other stakeholders with regard to the said applications/ proposals

Bombay High Court’s Tax Bench Constitution w.e.f 03.01.2019

The Bombay High Court’s Tax Bench Constitution w.e.f 3rd January 2019 is as follows

CBDT Directive Reg Dept Appeals In High Courts

The CBDT has issued a directive dated 7th December 2018 in which it has issued important directives regarding non-removal/delay in removal of defects of pending appeals before Hon’ble High Courts. It is made clear that the PCIT/CIT is personally responsible to ensure proper filing of appeals in High Courts & consequential follow up action. They have been warned that any lapse in this regard will be viewed seriously

Top Tax Professional Appointed Judge Of The High Court

A leading tax lawyer has been appointed Judge of the High Court

Two Judges Appointed To The Bombay High Court, Constitution Of Tax Bench Changed

Pursuant to the recommendations of the Supreme Court Collegium, Mr. Justice A.A.Kureshi, Judge, Gujarat High Court, and Mr. Justice Indrajit Mahanty, Judge, Orissa High Court, have been transferred to the Bombay High Court. Pursuant to the said transfer, the Tax Bench of the Bombay High Court with effect from 19th November 2018 has been reconstituted

Change In Constitution Of Bombay High Court’s Tax Bench w.e.f. 19.11.2018

The Constitution of the Tax Bench in the Bombay High Court w.e.f. 19.11.2018 is as follows

Chief Justice Of India Bans Judges From Taking Leave On Workdays

Hon’ble Chief Justice of India Ranjan Gogoi has indicated a touch stance towards the practice of judges taking frequent leave from work. He has announced a new “no leave” formula for judges during working days of courts to tackle the large case pendency clogging the Courts

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Tax Lawyers Drag CBDT To Court For Giving ‘Incentive’ To CsIT(A) To Enhance Assessments

Distinguished professional bodies made detailed representations to the CBDT in which it was pointed out that the move by the CBDT to give “incentives” to CsIT(A) to enhance assessments and levy penalty shakes the confidence of taxpayers that they would get a fair hearing from the CsIT(A) of their grievances. However, these representations have fallen on deaf ears. The CBDT appears to be in no mood to listen, let alone reconsider its decision. Accordingly, the AIFTP has filed a Writ Petition in the Hon’ble Delhi High Court to challenge the said move of the CBDT

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