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The instant case was one of split sale and not a case of slump sale. Sale of Nagrijuli Tea Estate was not a slump sale within the meaning of sec. 2(42C) of the Act read with section 50B of the Act and, therefore, not even assessable to capital gains - Tri

Income Tax - The instant case was one of split sale and not a case of slump sale. Sale of Nagrijuli Tea Estate was not a slump sale within the meaning of sec. 2(42C) of the Act read with section 50B of the Act and, therefore, not even assessable to capital gains - Tri - TMI Updates - Highlights .....

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