Answers On Topic: Capital Gains
  What should be cost of Aquisition
I Received Flat in respect of redevelopment of Chawl in agreement with builder acquisition cost is Zero, market values is 1850000/- now question what should be Acquisition cost while calculation capital gain ?


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  Capital gain
if the assessee died in year 2018 and Capital gain arise in the year 2015 and the legal heir of the deceased person which was his children are minor at that time and their mother are Doesn't have knowledge as house wife and income tax impose interest on Capital gain is there any chance that this interest waived?  


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  Redevelopment Taxable in the hands of Society
Hello ,   In one of the CHS's case , redevelopment agreement entered into between Society and Builder. Redevelopment agreement got registered and builder had paid stamp duty on the same. Subsequent to this , department has sent notice to Society claiming that since the agreement is entered into between society and builder and society has benefitted with the sum of Rs......( Value of Development agreement) in the form of new construction, enhanced area and rental expenses in the existing property as per the agreement which is otherwise taxable under the head Income from Other Sources. Whether the said valuation…


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  capital gain, development agreement , society
THE CO-OPERATIVE SOCIETY ENTERED INTO DEVELOPMENT AGREEMENT WITH THE DEVLOPER IN FY 2014-15. THE SAID AGREEMENT REGISTERED IN FY 2014-15 AND STAMP DUTY DETERMINED VALUE AT RS.6.17 CR. BASED ON COST OF NEW CONSTRUCTION AND LEVIED STAMP DUTY. SOCIETY DID NOT RECEIVED ANYTHING FROM DEVELOPER. BUILDING MEMBERS VACATED IN 2017. DEVLOPER PAID HARDSHIP COMPENSATION TO EXISTING MEMBERS AND GAVE PERMANENT  ACCOMODATION TO MEMBERS IN THE YEAR 2021.  CAAN ITO TAX 6.17 CR. STAMP DUTY VALUE IHE HANDS OF SOCIETY IN FY 2014-15?  IN FACT EXISTING MEMBERS HAVE OFFERED CAPITAL GAIN TAX ON ACQUIRING OF NEW FLAT AND CLAIM EXEMPTION U/S.54.…


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  Cessed Property tax implications on flat surrendering
I am a tenant in a cessed building in Matunga East - Mumbai. If I surrender my tenancy & get a payment from the landlord - is that subject to taxes? If yes - what would be the tax %? What would be the implication if I invest the money in a residential property? Will i get exempted from taxes on account of the same?


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  MUMBAI-FLAT SHARES
My late mother and I had signed purchase agreement for flat in MUMBAI in mid 90's . She and late father both passed away in 2000s. The share certificate clearly shows my 50 % ownership on it. Step mother is now isolating me and fraudulently attempting to transfer name based on an altered probated will and has been collecting rental income since 4 years on this flat because I am residing overseas on work and was not present during the will probate. Society committee has been issued legal notice by my lawyer to not permit any name transfer of my…


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  Sale of Tenanted Redeveloped flat
My father in law stayed in tenanted property since 1958 in Vile Parle Mumbai. Flat size was 232 sq ft. Developer built 300 sq ft as per regulation and further 121 sq ft. 232 was free and we were to pay for additional 189 sq ft. PAA was registered in Aug21. Completion certificate Feb23. We want to sale in Jan24. Will it get classified as STCG or LTCG. Can date of signing the PAA be taken as date of acquisition and stamp duty value on that date as cost of acquisition. Completing 24 months from PAA registration date. Thanks


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  Capital gains, sale of equity shares ?
The founders of a Start-up company sold 51% of their equity stake in a company to a strategic buyer in FY 2023-24. The total consideration for transfer of shares was agreed at Rs. 25 crores As per the terms of the deal, the founders are required to stay with the company for next 5 years after which their balance stake would be purchased. The founders are eligible for an additional consideration of Rs 5 crores at the end of the third year provided the revenue projections as per business plan are met. While filing the tax return for 2024-25, and…


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  Sale of shares at face value
A private limited company sells 26% of its shares to a person who purchases the solar power generated by the company. Can the shares be sold at face value, as the shares will be bought by the sellers on termination of the contract


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  Sale of Shares received as ESOPS
Amount received on sale of shares received as ESOPS will be taxed as capital gain or any other head? If Capital Gain then what exemptions/deduction are available under sub sections of 54. Except 54F. Important points (1) Shares are of unlisted company (2) More than 24 months old (3) No amount paid during exercise of option.


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