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Girnar Investment Ltd. Versus Commissioner of Income-tax - 2012 (1) TMI 10 - DELHI HIGH COURT - Income Tax


Levy of interest u/s 220(2) - requirement of notice Held that - (a) fresh notices of demand need not be issued every time the total income undergoes a change due to appellate or revisional orders - (b) a case where the assessee has paid the full amount of tax demanded by the AO pursuant to the assessment order stands on a different footing from a case where such demand was not satisfied in full and different considerations shall apply to such a case; (c) the original demand made by the AO on the.......

 



 

 

  1. Vikrant Tyres Ltd. Versus Income Tax Officer - 2001 (2) TMI 129 - SUPREME Court

  2. Income-Tax Officer, Kolar Circle And Another Versus Seghu Buchiah Setty - 1964 (3) TMI 16 - SUPREME Court

  3. New United Construction Co. Versus Commissioner Of Income-tax & Others (No. 2). - 2004 (5) TMI 37 - JHARKHAND High Court

  4. Bharat Commerce & Industries Ltd. Versus Union of India - 2002 (9) TMI 846 - DELHI HIGH COURT

  5. Sms Schloemann Siemag, AG Versus Deputy Commissioner of Income-Tax & Anr. - 2001 (4) TMI 62 - ANDHRA PRADESH High Court

  6. Super Spinning Mills Ltd. Versus Commissioner Of Income-Tax And Another - 1998 (6) TMI 19 - MADRAS High Court

  7. Pitambardas Dulichand And Others Versus Union of India And Others - 1997 (11) TMI 27 - MADHYA PRADESH High Court

  8. Roopali Dyeing And Printing Works Versus Assistant Commissioner Of Income-Tax - 1994 (9) TMI 42 - GUJARAT High Court

  9. Bharat Commerce And Industries Limited Versus Commissioner Of Income-Tax And Another - 1994 (5) TMI 14 - DELHI High Court

  10. Birla Cotton Spinning And Weaving Mills Limited Versus Income-Tax Officer And Others - 1993 (6) TMI 6 - CALCUTTA High Court

  11. Shri Ambica Mills Limited Versus Income-Tax Officer - 1992 (1) TMI 25 - GUJARAT High Court

  12. Bharat Commerce And Industries Limited Versus Union Of India And Others (and Other Writ Petitions) - 1990 (8) TMI 77 - DELHI High Court

  13. Mohammed Essa Moosa Sait Versus Gift-Tax Officer And Another - 1987 (3) TMI 78 - KERALA High Court

  14. MN Jadhav (decd., By Legal Representatives) Versus Fourth Income-Tax Officer And Another - 1985 (10) TMI 86 - KARNATAKA High Court

  15. Income-Tax Officer Versus AV Thomas And Company - 1984 (7) TMI 14 - KERALA High Court

  16. AV Thomas And Company Limited Versus Income-Tax Officer, ´a´ Ward, Companies Circle, Ernakulam, And Others - 1982 (7) TMI 78 - KERALA High Court

  17. KP. Abdul Kareem Hajee Versus Income-Tax Officer, A-Ward, Cannanore And Another - 1982 (2) TMI 30 - KERALA High Court

  18. Income-Tax Officer, Central Circle XVIII, Calcutta, And Another Versus Ghanshyamdas Jatia And Others - 1976 (4) TMI 49 - CALCUTTA High Court

 

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