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Power to transfer cases - Section 127(2)(a) is nothing, but a machinery provision - CIT is having power of transfer even without assigning any reason and therefore the order passed by the CIT is perfectly valid in law and the same need not be quashed - HC

Income Tax - Power to transfer cases - Section 127(2)(a) is nothing, but a machinery provision - CIT is having power of transfer even without assigning any reason and therefore the order passed by the CIT is perfectly valid in law and the same need not be quashed - HC - TMI Updates - Highlights .....

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