Deduction at source – Tax deducted is income received -Claim of TDS on interest income
Thus section 198 is an enabling provision treating the tax that is deducted at source as the income of the payee. This stands to reason because the assessee would get credit for the same from the Assessing Officer on his filing the return.
Deduction at source – Non-resident -Sale of Property by NRI
If income of non-resident is chargeable in India, the purchaser has to deduct the tax @ 20% being rate in force, as per section 112 of the Act.
Deduction at source – Non-resident -TDS on purchase of property by NRI
As per Regulation 6 of Foreign Exchange Management (Remittance of Assets) (Amendment) Regulations 2014, dated October 31, 2014 the NRI / POI has been permitted to remit not exceeding US$ 2.5 lakhs per financial year of balance held in NRO accounts or sale proceeds of assets or sale proceeds of assets acquired in India by way of inheritance / legacy without prior permission of RBI. If the remittance is in relation to sale proceeds of immovable property the condition is that the property or deposit cumulatively must have been held for a period of ten years.
Deduction at source-Immoveable property -TCS on Immovable Property
Section 194-1A of the Act provides that if consideration for transfer of an immovable property is Rs. 50/- lakh or above, a person being a transferee (purchaser) is responsible for paying to a resident transferor (seller) any sum by way of consideration for transfer of any immovable property (other than agricultural land) shall at the time of credit of such sum to the account of the transferor (seller) or at the time of payment of such sum in cash or by issue of a cheque or drafts or by any mode, whichever is earlier deduct an amount equal to @ 1% of such sum as income tax thereon.
Deduction at source – Rent -Lease premium for grant of lease
In ITO (TDS) v. Navi Mumbai SEZ (P) Ltd. [38 Taxmann.com 218] the Mumbai Tribunal has taken a view that lease premium paid by the assessee to BIDCO for acquiring leasehold land for a period of 60 years in order to develop a SEZ amounted to capital expenditure which did not fall within meaning of rent under section 194-I of the Act.
Private company – Liability of directors -Applicability of section 179 of the I.T. Act.
That the Department acquired or get jurisdiction to proceed against the directors of the private limited company, only after it had failed to recover the dues from the company, it was a condition precedent for the Assessing Officer to exercise jurisdiction under section 179(1) against the director of the company. The jurisdictional requirement was not satisfied by a mere statement in the order that recovery proceedings had been conducted against the defaulting company but it had failed to recover its dues. Such a statement should be supported by mentioning briefly the types of efforts made and the results. The notice under section 179(1) did not indicate or give any particulars in respect of the steps taken by the Department to recover the tax dues of the defaulting company and failure thereof.
Partition – Assessment – Hindu undivided family -Mandatory recording of Partition u/s. 171
As per section 153(1) of the Act, time limit for completion of assessment is December 31, 2019 for assessment year 2017-18. So before this date the Assessing Officer should investigate the claim of partition and give finding. However, according to author, partition should have claimed in the assessment year 2016-17, as partition was on March 31, 2016.
Executors – Income -Return of Deceased
Section 159 of the Act is meant to enable the revenue to make an assessment on legal representative in respect of income which accrued to or was received by the deceased till his death.
Assessment – Income of any other person – Search – S.133
Section 153B provides time limit for completion of assessment under section 153A. Time limit for completion of assessment for all seven years i.e. preceding six years and the year of search, is two years from the end of the financial year in which last of the authorisation for search under section 132 or for requisition under section 132A executed.
Reassessment -Notice to non-existing company is invalid
BDR Builders and Developers Pvt. Ltd. v. ACIT [397 ITR 529], Delhi High Court has held that notice issued after order of the court approving amalgamation in name of non-existent transferred company is invalid. On the same logic notice issued in the name of erstwhile company is also invalid. Therefore contention of the LLP is sustainable