Category: Supreme Court/High Court related

Income-tax Department Invites Applications For Empanelment Of Advocates As Standing Counsel

The Income-tax Department, Pune is proposing to empanel eligible advocates for the post of Senior Standing Counsel and Junior Standing Counsel to represent Income Tax Department in respect of appeals/cases of Pune PCCIT region before the Bombay Bench of Bombay High Court. The schedule of fees, terms and conditions and the application forms are available for download

Elevation Of Tax Judge As Chief Justice Overlooked by Govt?

According to a press report, the Government has overlooked the recommendation made by the Supreme Court Collegium to appoint a Tax Judge of the Bombay High Court as Chief Justice of the Madhya Pradesh High Court

Supreme Court Collegium Recommends Elevation Of Tax Judge As Chief Justice

The Supreme Court Collegium has passed a resolution dated 10th May 2019 recommending that a Tax Judge of the Bombay High Court be appointed as Chief Justice of the Madhya Pradesh High Court

Change In Constitution Of Bombay High Court’s Tax Bench w.e.f. 03.06.2019

There will be a change in constitution Of Bombay High Court’s Tax Bench w.e.f. 03.06.2019. The revised constitution is as follows

New Chief Justice + 5 Advocates Appointed Judges To Bombay High Court

A new Chief Justice has been appointed to the Bombay High Court. In addition, five advocates have been recommended for appointment as judges to the Bombay High Court.

Congress Manifesto Promises To End Tax Terrorism + Enhance Reservation For SC/ST/OBC In Judiciary

The Congress party has released its manifesto for the elections 2019. One of the striking promises made in the manifesto is that the extraordinary discretionary powers given to the tax department which has led to ‘tax terrorism’ will be ended. Several reforms for the judiciary have also been announced including the enhancement of representation at all levels of the judiciary for women, SC, ST, OBC, minorities and other under-represented sections of society

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

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