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Parliamentary Standing Committee reports can be relied on during court proceedings: SC

In an important ruling, the Supreme Court of India ruled that the reports of the Parliamentary Standing Committee can be relied on during the court proceedings but added that these reports cannot be challenged in the courts because of parliamentary … Continue reading

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Supreme Court as well as High Courts have jurisdiction to entertain challenge to the advance ruling of AAR: SC

As the decisions of Authority for Advance Rulings are binding on the applicant and the income tax department in respect of the transaction under sub-section (1) of Section 245S of the Income Tax Act, the Supreme Court of India held … Continue reading

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