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Bhavya Anant Udeshi Versus The Income Tax Officer (International Taxation) -I, Hyderabad

2015 (10) TMI 251 - ITAT HYDERABAD

Penalty under section 271(1)(c) - assessee has knowingly/deliberately disclosed the sale consideration of property at a lesser rate than what was determined by the registering authority - assessee an individual is a non-resident Indian - Held that:- As can be seen from the language of section 50C it is a deeming provision. In a case where A.O. finds that the value determined by the stamp duty authority for the purpose of stamp duty is more than the consideration claimed to have been received by .....

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efore the A.O. to conclude that assessee has received the amount as valued by SRO for stamp duty purpose. Unless there are positive evidence to indicate Bhavya Anant Udeshi, Hyderabad. receipt of on money to the extent of valuation made by SRO by the assessee, penalty under section 271(1)(c) cannot be imposed. Further, in the present case as is evident from the materials on record, the assessee in the course of assessment proceeding has furnished all necessary and relevant documents relating to .....

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- Dated:- 4-9-2015 - SHRI B.RAMAKOTAIAH, ACCOUNTANT MEMBER AND SHRI SAKTIJIT DEY, JUDICIAL MEMBER For The Assessee : Mr. Ajay Gandhi For The Revenue : Mr. Prabhat Kumar Gupta ORDER PER SAKTIJIT DEY, J.M. The aforesaid appeal of the assessee is directed against the Order dated 26.02.2015 of Ld. CIT(A)- X, Hyderabad dated 26.02.2015 confirming penalty imposed under section 271(1)(c) of an amount of ₹ 50,91,600 for the A.Y. 2008-2009. 2. Briefly the facts are, the assessee an individual is a .....

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e purpose of stamp duty, the registering authority of the State Government had valued the property at ₹ 2,55,50,000. The A.O. therefore, invoking the provisions of section 50C of the Act, completed the assessment in the case of the assessee by computing capital gain at ₹ 2,54,58,000. Being aggrieved of the assessment order so passed, assessee preferred appeal before the Ld. CIT(A). The CIT(A) having confirmed the capital gain determined by the A.O., assessee carried further appeal be .....

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termined by the registering authority. Though, assessee in reply to the show cause notice rebutted the allegation made by the A.O. and submitted that assessee has furnished all material particulars relating to sale transaction of property by furnishing sale deeds and all other documents for the consideration of the A.O. and the determination of the capital gain is only by applying the provisions of section 50C by adopting the Bhavya Anant Udeshi, Hyderabad. value determined by the SRO for stamp .....

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rmed the levy of penalty by endorsing the A.O s view that assessee has furnished inaccurate particulars of income. Being aggrieved, assessee is before us. 3. The learned A.R. submitted before us that there being no conclusive evidence before the A.O. to prove the fact that assessee has received any amount over and above the sale consideration mentioned in the sale deed imposition of penalty under section 271(1)(c) of the Act on the valuation made by the stamp valuation authority for the purpose .....

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inaccurate particulars of income. In support of his contention, learned A.R. relied upon the following decisions : 1. Renu Hingorani, Mumbai vs. ACIT, Range 19(3), Mumbai Order dt.22.12.2010 in ITA.No.2210/Mum/2010 2. Shri Chimanlal Manilal Patel, Surat vs. ACIT, Cir.6, Surat Order dt.22.06.2012 in ITA.No.508/Ahd/2010 3. ACIT 14(1), Mumbai vs. M/s. Sunland Metal Recycling, Mumbai Order dt.10.12.2014 in ITA.No.6454/Mum/2011 4. Shri C. Basker, Karur vs. The ACIT, Circle-II, Trichy Order dt.12.10. .....

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of computing capital gain. Therefore, to that extent, there is furnishing of inaccurate particulars of income. The learned D.R. further submitted that the computation of capital gain by applying the provisions of section 50C in the case of the assessee having been upheld by the ITAT, imposition of penalty under section 271(1)(c) is justified. 5. We have considered the submissions of the parties and perused the materials available on record. As Bhavya Anant Udeshi, Hyderabad. can be seen from th .....

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the purpose of computation of capital gain but that itself will not lead to the conclusion that assessee either has furnished inaccurate particulars of income or concealed the particulars of income. As can be seen from the language of section 50C it is a deeming provision. In a case where A.O. finds that the value determined by the stamp duty authority for the purpose of stamp duty is more than the consideration claimed to have been received by the party, then the value adopted by the SRO shall .....

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ed the amount as valued by SRO for stamp duty purpose. Unless there are positive evidence to indicate Bhavya Anant Udeshi, Hyderabad. receipt of on money to the extent of valuation made by SRO by the assessee, penalty under section 271(1)(c) cannot be imposed. Further, in the present case as is evident from the materials on record, the assessee in the course of assessment proceeding has furnished all necessary and relevant documents relating to the transaction of the property in question includi .....

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Act by holding as under : 8. We have considered the rival contentions and relevant record. We find that the AO had made addition of ₹ 9,00,824/- being difference between the sale consideration as per sale agreement and the valuation made by the Stamp Valuation Authority. Thus, the addition has been made by the AO by applying the provisions of section 50C of the Act. It is evident from the assessment order that the AO has not questioned the actual consideration received by the assessee but .....

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