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QUERY: The assessee is a partnership firm carrying on medical profession. At present it is carrying on Gynic Branch only for the last several years. It decided to set up 200 bedded multi-specialty hospital and accordingly started the project in May, 2012 under the same partnership firm as a separate unit in order to avail under section 35AD @ 150% of eligible capital expenditure:

(a) Whether this unit can claim deduction under this section though the place of business and the nature of services will be different? No old machinery etc. will be transferred to new building/unit.

(b) Whether the income of both the units owned by the firm will be consolidated for the purpose of applicability of section 115JC or separate treatment?

(c) Can there be any difficulty to claim deduction under section 35AD in case if old unit (Gynic) is also shifted to new Hospital? The new unit may start operation by April-May, 2015.
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Yes, the partnership firm can claim deduction under section 35AD @ 150% on capital expenditure incurred for setting up and operating hospital anywhere in India with more than 100 beds for patients

QUERY: We are carrying on real estate business and hold land at stock-in-trade. The land cost us Rs. 50 lakhs. It is worth Rs. 2 crores today. We propose to revalue the land at its market value in the books of account and credit Rs. 1.50 crores to the P & L A/c. We shall introduce the land as our capital contribution in a firm in which we will become partners. The firm will credit our capital account by Rs. 2 crores. Are we taxable on the difference between Rs. 50 lakhs and Rs. 2 crores?
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Yes! As per the judgement of the majority in the Special Bench in DLF Universal vs. JCIT, stock-in-trade gets converted into a capital asset at the point of introduction into the firm and attracts s. 45(3).