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COMMISSIONER INCOME TAX, CENTRAL-III, KOLKATA Versus M/s. KOTSONS (P) LTD.

2016 (9) TMI 816 - CALCUTTA HIGH COURT

Fresh evidences submitted ignored - contravention of Sub Rule 2 of Rule 46A of the Income Tax Rule, 1962 - Held that:- It would appear from the observations made by the CIT(A) that the interim report furnished by the Assessing Officer did not contain any complaint that the assessee had relied upon any new material. - Mr. Bhowmick, learned Advocate appearing form the appellant, is unable to show that the assessee did, in fact, rely upon any fresh evidence before the CIT(A). When there is no c .....

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uestion is answered by holding that the order of the learned Tribunal is not erroneous on account of omission to consider any alleged violation of sub-rule (2) of rule 46A. - ITA 77 of 2009 - Dated:- 28-7-2016 - JUSTICE GIRISH CHANDRA GUPTA AND JUSTICE ARINDAM SINHA Mr. P. K. Bhowmick, Adv. Mr. J. P. Khaitan, Sr. Adv. Mr. Sanjay Bhowmick, Adv. Mr. Siddharth Das, Adv. Mr. C. S. Das, Adv. JUDGMENT The subject matter of challenge is a judgement and order dated 24th October, 2008 passed by the learn .....

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efore the Commissioner of Income Tax (Appeal) is in contravention of Sub Rule 2 of Rule 46A of the Income Tax Rule, 1962 ? The question suggests that the assessee relied upon fresh evidence before the CIT(A). Before the learned Tribunal the revenue failed to identify the fresh evidence allegedly adduced by the assessee before the CIT(A). The ground of appeal before the learned Tribunal was amongst other as follows: Whether on the facts and in the circumstances of the case, the ld. CIT(A) was jus .....

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various parties. He further submitted that the payment of commission at the rate of 12.5% to Mr. Khalid J. Al Kubaisi was too high. The assessee failed to give details of the services rendered by the payees. He further submitted that M/s. Cosmos International did not have any other commission received except the receipt of commission from the assessee. The ld. D.R. submited that the ld. CIT(A| allowed the payment of the commission on the premises that the genuineness of the payments could not b .....

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the revenue do not identify any new evidence allegedly adduced by the assessee before the CIT(A). Moreover, from the order of the CIT(A) it appears that he had forwarded the papers submitted by the assessee to the Assessing Officer asking the latter to identify if any fresh evidence was being relied upon by the assessee. The Assessing Officer, in his report, did not give any answer to that question, which will be evident from the following observations made by the CIT(A) in his order dated 8th .....

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