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2014 (2) TMI 1022 - ITAT MUMBAI

M/s. Shri Nidhi Corporation Versus Addl. Commissioner Income Tax

Disallowance u/s 10(10B) of the Act - Premium paid on Keyman Insurance Policies - Revenue was of the view that the policies were not Keyman Insurance Policies as given in the Explanation to section 10(10D) of the Act Held that - Once the assessee has bought a policy under a life insurance scheme, then whether the insurance company is making investment in mutual funds for capital appreciation or under any other investment scheme, will not make any.....

1996 (3) TMI 162 - ITAT BOMBAY-D

Philips India Limited. Versus Income-Tax Officer.

Assessing Officer, Assessment Year, Tax At Source

1985 (12) TMI 115 - ITAT HYDERABAD

First Income-Tax Officer Versus SK. Khandekar.

Exemption, Retrenchment Compensation

1984 (10) TMI 96 - ITAT DELHI-A

PL. Goel. Versus Income-Tax Officer.

Retrenchment Compensation

1984 (9) TMI 1 - SUPREME Court

Mahendra Singh Dhantwal Versus Hindustan Motors Limited

Compensation in the amount of Rs. 20,000 was awarded only in lieu of reinstatement - it is conceded that the appellant s service was liable to stand terminated under the contract of service, the back-wages would be payable only for the period commencing from the date of termination till the date on which that service will come to an end under the terms of contract - held that where compensation is awarded to dismissed workman, he is entitled to exemption of Rs. 20,000 u/s 10(10B)

1981 (10) TMI 58 - ITAT BOMBAY-D

INCOME TAX OFFICER. Versus MP SRIVASTAVA. could be treated as having received retrenchment compensation. In this connection, the CIT(A) may with benefit go into the Supreme Court decisions as the well as Labour Court decision relied upon by the assessee. 10. In the result, the departmental appeal is dismissed and the assessee s appeal be may treated as allowed for statistical purposes.


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