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Janata Sahakari Bank Ltd. v. Tax Recovery Officer (2021) 204 DTR 401 / 322 CTR 162 (Mad.)(HC)

S. 281 : Certain transfers to be void-Transfer to defraud revenue-Mortgages-Pendency of recovery proceedings-Transaction or transfer became void-Doctrine of the priority of Crown debts-Disputed factors cannot be adjudicated by the High court in a writ petition. [S. 222, Schedule II Rule. 11, Recovery of Debts and Bankruptcy Act, 1983, S. 31B, Securitisation and Reconstruction of Financial Assets and Enforcement of Security Interest Act, 2002, S. 26E, Art. 226, 265, 268A]

Haren Textiles (P.) Ltd. v. PCIT (2021) 206 DTR 465 / 323 CTR 14 / 284 Taxman 58 (Bom.)(HC)

S. 270AA : Immunity from imposition of penalty, etc-Application accepted the assessee cannot file an appeal or revision application-Application is rejected there is no bar-Matter remanded. [S. 246A, 264, 270AA(4), Art. 226 ]

Narayana Chetty Roja v. PCIT (2021) 206 DTR 421 (AP)(HC)

S. 263 : Commissioner-Revision of orders prejudicial to revenue-COVID-19-Violation of principle of natural justice-Order passed without giving an opportunity of hearing was set aside-Matter remanded. [Art. 226]

Gupta Trademart (P) Ltd. v. Dy.CIT (2021) 205 DTR 401 / 322 CTR 477 (Raj.) (HC) Rajendra Gupta v. Dy.CIT (2021) 205 DTR 401 / 322 CTR 477 (Raj.) (HC)

S. 245D : Settlement Commission-Application-Full and true disclosure-Opportunity of being heard-Settlement Commission directed to get Forensic Science Laboratory (FSL) report-Order was passed without giving an opportunity of hearing and without waiting for FSL report-Order of Settlement Commission was set aside-Directed to pass the order after getting FSL report and an opportunity of hearing. [S. 245C, 245D(4), Art. 226]

P. Suman (Smt.) v. CIT (2021) 205 DTR 385 / 322 CTR 655 / 130 taxmann.com 249 (Mad.)(HC)

S. 245D : Settlement Commission-Procedure-Application-Directed to file additional income-Entitle to immunity from penalty and prosecution. [S. 153CA, 245C, 245D(4), Art. 226]

Indu Srivastava v. ITSC (2021) 206 DTR 265 / 323 CTR 174 (All.)(HC)

S. 245C : Settlement Commission-Settlement of cases-Conditions-Manner of acquiring the income had been explained-Additional income was disclosed-Order of settlement Commission rejection of application was set aside-Directed the Interim board to decide the matter in accordance with law. [S. 56(2)(vii), 132(4A), 245D, 292C, Art. 226]

Jet Privilege (P.) Ltd. v. Dy. CIT (2021) 205 DTR 145 / 322 CTR 684 / 131 taxmann.com 119 (Bom.)(HC)

S. 245 : Refund-Set off of refunds against tax remaining payable-Stay of demand-Adjustment of refund without giving an intimation in writing is held to be bad in law. [Art. 226]

Eko India Financial Services (P.) Ltd. v. ACIT (2021) 205 DTR 113 / 322 CTR 201 / 283 Taxman 584 (Delhi)(HC)

S. 245 : Refund-Set off of refunds against tax remaining payable-Adjustment refunds in excess of 20% of outstanding is contrary to instruction No 1914 of 21-3-1996-Assessing Officer was directed to refund amount adjusted in excess of 20 per cent of disputed demand. [S. 220, Art. 226]

Mohandas Isardas Chatlani v. ITO (2021) 439 ITR 577 / 205 DTR 102 / 322 CTR 365 (Bom.)(HC)

S. 237 : Refunds-Commercial establishment-Appeal was decided in favour-Directed to refund the amount with interest with in four weeks-If there are no provision for payment of interest then the interest shall became payable at 12 % p.a. on the amount due after expiry of four weeks. [Wealth-tax Act, 1957, S. 2(ea)(i), 34A, Art. 226]

G. Soman v. ACIT (2021) 439 ITR 755 / 204 DTR 355 / 322 CTR 95 / 131 taxmann.com 170 (Ker.)(HC)

S. 220 : Collection and recovery-Assessee deemed in default- Waiver of interest-Rejection of application without giving an opportunity of hearing was held to be not justified-Matter remanded. [S. 220(2A), Art. 226]