Month: March 2009

In this threadbare analysis of the law on real estate development contracts, the authors have, apart from referring to every conceivable problem and a plethora of important case laws, lashed out at the CBDT for its’ dereliction of duty in failing to notify even Dharavi for purposes of s. 80-IB (10). The authors have made out a strong case for filing a PIL against the lethargy of the Board.

The Learned Judge presents his unique perspective on the economic turmoil that has gripped the globe and suggests solutions from a tax perspective to resolve the crises. He especially advises chartered accountants to be strict in accounting and not be mere hirelings of certain businessmen, be men of honour and refuse to do wrong things merely because they can earn some money thereby