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Swapan Lal Singha Versus State of Tripura and others

2015 (6) TMI 1017 - TRIPURA HIGH COURT

Demand of tax - Seller of furniture and rubber products - Purchased tyres, tubes and flaps, i.e., rubber products but no stock was found in godown which meant that petitioner had sold off these entire rubber products - Held that:- when a revision has .....

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It is to be said so because the petitioner has not denied the transactions but has only stated that he was under the impression that no tax is to be paid. Whether this version of the petitioner is to be believed or not is not for us to decide and the .....

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o 3 : Mr. D.C. Nath, Advocate JUDGMENT The petitioner by means of this petition has prayed for setting aside the demand notice dated February 6, 2014 issued to him and also the subsequent order of the Department. 2. In view of the decision that we pr .....

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nt year 2008-09, the petitioner purchased tyres, tubes and flaps, i.e., rubber products of the value of ₹ 54,17,838 from M/s. Birla Tyres, Chitta Ranjan Road, Agartala. 3. On June 1, 2009, the income-tax authorities inspected the premises of th .....

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ocal market he was under the impression that he is not liable to pay tax on these products. The assessing officer did not agree with this submission. He added three per cent. as profit margin, and therefore, assessed the tax payable at ₹ 6,97,5 .....

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erson but he did not appear and finally when he did appear he stated that he had filed the present petition. 5. We are clearly of the view that when a revision has been filed by the petitioner he cannot pursue this remedy of writ. Under the statute t .....

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