Category: Procedures/Guidelines

Shri. G. E. Veerabhadrappa, the Hon’ble President of the Tribunal, has arranged a residential training programme on International Taxation and Transfer Pricing for the Hon’ble Members of the Tribunal at Mumbai from 11th to 20th August 2012

A meeting to discuss several issues relating to the working of the Tribunal was held with Hon’ble Shri. G. E. Veerabhadrappa, President of the Tribunal, on 18th April 2012. At the meeting, the Hon’ble President readily agreed to several important suggestions made by the managing committee. The Minutes of the Meeting, duly approved by the Hon’ble President, are available for download.

The President, I.T.A.T. had called for a meeting of the President and Members of the I.T.A.T. Bar Association and President and Members of the Institute of Chartered Accountants of India and the Departmental Representatives for a meeting to invite their suggestions for establishing E-Courts across the country

In exercise of the powers conferred by sub-section (5) of section 255 of the Income Tax Act, 1961, the Appellate Tribunal hereby makes the following rules further to amend the Income Tax (Appellate Tribunal) Rules, 1963

The Rules Committee of the Income Tax Appellate Tribunal intends to suggest amendments to the Income-Tax Appellate Tribunal Rules, 1963. For this, views and suggestions from our Association have been sought. We therefore, request members to send their views and suggestions on any aspect of the Rules, on or before 14.11.2011

Instructions regarding Standard Operating Procedure on filing of appeals to the ITAT under section 253 and related matters Instruction No. 08/2011 [F NO. 279/MISC./M- 43/2011-ITJ], DATED 11-8-2011 With a view to streamline the process of filing appeals to ITAT and …

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Whether Sec. 40(a)(ia) of the Income Tax Act can be, invoked only to disallow expenditure of the nature referred to therein which is shown as “payable” as on the date of the balance sheet or it can be invoked also to disallow such expenditure which become payable at any time during the relevant previous year and was actually paid within the previous year?

Whether in the facts and circumstances of the case, the Assessing Officer was right in adding the amount of liabilities being reflected in the negative net worth ascertained by the auditors of the assessee to the sale consideration for determining the capital gains on account of slump sale?

Whether, Shri Deepak R. Shah, Advocate and Ex-Accountant Member of the ITAT is debarred from practicing before the ITAT in view of insertion of Rule l3E in ITAT Members (Recruitment and Condition of Service) Rules,1963.

Minutes of the Meeting held on 15.04.2011 with Shri. R. V. Easwar, President of the Income Tax Appellate Tribunal by the ITAT Bar Association, Mumbai