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  • 1933 (7) TMI 15 - RANGOON HIGH COURT

    P.D. Patel Versus Emperor

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    ... ... e in my opinion, outweighed by the aggravating circumstances and considerations rendering enhancement of sentence in this case practically imperative. With these remarks I concur in the order proposed by my Lord the Chief Justice. Order accordingly.


  • 1933 (7) TMI 14 - RANGOON HIGH COURT

    COMMISSIONER OF INCOME-TAX, BURMA Versus SOLOMON & SONS

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    ... ... title. I am disposed to think that the probate charges actually paid by the assessees would be included in such expenditure. I would answer the question propounded in this sense. DAS, J.--I agree. MYA BU, J.--I agree. Reference answered accordingly.


  • 1933 (7) TMI 12 - RANGOON HIGH COURT

    COMMISSIONER OF INCOME TAX, BURMA Versus N.N. FIRM

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    ... ... Sons & Co., Ltd. v. Ogston and Maharajadhiraj of Darbhanga v. Commissioner of Income tax. For these reasons I will answer the question propounded in the negative, costs ten gold mohurs. DAS, J.--I agree. MYA BU, J.--I agree. Reference answered.


  • 1933 (7) TMI 11 - RANGOON HIGH COURT

    COMMISSIONER OF INCOME TAX, BURMA Versus KARK. FIRM

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    ... ... de for the purpose, and on the occasion, of the reconstitution of the firm. For these reasons, in my opinion, the answer to the question propounded is in the negative. Costs ten gold mohurs. DAS, J.--I agree. MYA BU, J.--I agree. Reference answered.


  • 1933 (4) TMI 16 - PATNA HIGH COURT

    Maharajadhiraj of Darbhanga Versus Commissioner of Income Tax

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    ... ... e petition should be returned for excision of such matter and after such decision, but not until it shall have effected, the petition may be considered on its merits. These observations will form part of our judgment. Reference answered accordingly.


  • 1933 (4) TMI 14 - PRIVY COUNCIL

    COMMISSIONER OF INCOME-TAX, U.P. Versus BASANT RAI, TAKHAT SINGH

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    ... ... nd and third questions, the subject of this appeal, are wrong and should be reversed and the appeal allowed accordingly. Their Lordships will humbly advise His Majesty to that effect. The respondents will pay the costs of the appeal. Appeal allowed.


  • 1933 (3) TMI 20 - THE PRIVY COUNCIL

    Raja Bejoy Singh Dudhuria Versus Commissioner of Income-tax

    Section 4 IT Act 1961 - Income Chargeable as Assessment year 1924-25 Whether where pursuant to decree passed by Court assessee made monthly payment to his step mother as maintenance, payment made was not assessable as income of assessee........ + More


  • 1933 (2) TMI 14 - MADRAS HIGH COURT

    M.S. Gopalasami Chettiar Versus Secretary of State for India in Council

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    ... ... he result of these findings is that the levy of duty made by the defendant was legally valid and that the plaintiff's suit for refund has been rightly dismissed. The appeal is dismissed with costs. SUNDARAM CHETTY, J.--I agree. Appeal dismissed.


  • 1933 (2) TMI 13 - CALCUTTA HIGH COURT

    Anglo Persian Oil Co. Ltd Versus CIT

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    ... ... the assessees should be paid their costs of the reference by the Commissioner. These costs to be taxed by the Registrar, Original Side, independently of Rule 7, Ch. 30-A of the Original Side Rules and to include two counsel. Buckland, J. 9. I agree.


  • 1933 (2) TMI 12 - BOMBAY HIGH COURT

    COMMISSIONER OF INCOME TAX, BOMBAY Versus NATIONAL MUTUAL LIFE ASSOCIATION OF AUSTRALASIA

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    ... ... lts, some of which are pointed out by the Chief Justice. But if, as I think, the case comes within the letter of the law, the question as to the policy of the legislature or the resulting consequences is a matter of no relevance. Reference answered.


  • 1933 (1) TMI 26 - PRIVY COUNCIL

    Raja Raghunandan Prasad Singh and another Versus Commissioner of Income-Tax, Bihar and Orissa

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    ... ... Majesty that the decree of the High Court of 17th August, 1928, be affirmed and the appeal dismissed. The respondent will have his cost of the appeal. Solicitors--, W.W.Box & Co., for the appellants. Solicitors India Office, for the respondent.


  • 1933 (1) TMI 25 - RANGOON HIGH COURT

    Commissioner of Income-tax Versus Rangoon Electric Tramway & Supply Co. Ltd.

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    ... ... interest in the shares or in the money provided for purchasing them and was incapable of causing a transfer to be made. For these reasons, in my opinion, the answer to the question propounded is in the negative. Das, J.-I agree. Mya Bu, J.-I agree.


  • 1933 (1) TMI 24 - RANGOON HIGH COURT

    COMMISSIONER OF INCOME-TAX, BURMA Versus A.A.R. CHETTIAR FIRM

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    ... ... my opinion the Income-Tax Officer was not justified in refusing to admit such evidence. For these reasons, and to this extent, the answer to the question propounded is in the negative. BAGULEY, J.--I agree. MACKNEY, J.--I agree. Reference answered.


  • 1933 (1) TMI 23 - PRIVY COUNCIL

    RHODESIA RAILWAYS, LTD. Versus INCOME-TAX COLLECTOR, BECHUANALAND PROTECTORATE

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    ... ... with a direction to allow the deduction of £ 252,174 claimed by the appellants from the respondent's assessment of their taxable income for the year ended June 30, 1931. The appellants will have their costs here and below. Appeal allowed.


  • 1933 (1) TMI 22 - PRIVY COUNCIL

    THE COMMISSIONER OF INCOME-TAX, BIHAR AND ORISSA Versus MAHARAJADHIRAJA KAMESHWAR SINGH OF DARBHANGA

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    ... ... unsuccessful on all the points of his appeal the Commissioner will have three-fourths of his costs of the consolidated appeals before this Board. The costs below will be dealt with by the High Court, on the case going back to it. Order accordingly.


  • 1932 (10) TMI 12 - ALLAHABAD HIGH COURT

    In Re : Abhey Ram Chunni Lal

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    ... ... the result the application fails and is hereby dismissed with costs. We assess the fee of the learned Government Advocate at ₹ 150. He will file his certificate of fees within the time allowed by the rules of the Court. Application dismissed.


  • 1932 (8) TMI 1 - MADRAS HIGH COURT

    Commissioner of Income-Tax, Madras Versus T. Namberumal Chetty & Sons

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    ... ... is the correct one and the answer to the question referred must be that an appeal in such a case does not lie. Costs to the Commissioner of Income-tax ₹ 250. SUNDARAM CHETTY, J --I agree. BURN, J --I agree. Reference answered in the negative.


  • 1932 (7) TMI 11 - THE PRIVY COUNCIL

    ASPRO LIMITED Versus THE COMMISSIONER OF TAXES

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    ... ... the company in the present case. For these reasons their Lordships are of opinion that the judgements appealed from were right and that the appeal should be dismissed with costs, and they will humbly advise His Majesty accordingly. Appeal dismissed.


  • 1932 (5) TMI 7 - MADRAS HIGH COURT

    Vedathanni Versus Commissioner of Income-tax

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    ... ... in this case about super-tax from a Hindu joint family. The result is that the first question should be answered in favour of the petitioner. If this is answered, the other two questions do not arise. My Lord the Chief Justice and Cornish J., agree.


  • 1932 (4) TMI 13 - PRIVY COUNCIL

    Commissioner of Income-tax Versus S.M. Chitnavis

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    ... ... ips will, accordingly, humbly advise His Majesty that this appeal should be allowed and the order of the Assistant Commissioner, dated the 25th April, 1927, restored so far as relates to the ₹ 7,481-13-9. There will be no costs of this appeal.


 
 
 
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