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GOOGLE INDIA PRIVATE LIMITED Versus THE ASSISTANT COMMISSIONER OF INCOME TAX RANGE 3 (1) (2) , BANGALORE AND THE COMMISSIONER OF INCOME TAX - III, BANGALORE

2017 (7) TMI 1097 - KARNATAKA HIGH COURT

Estimation of stay - Direction of tribunal to deposit 50% of the total tax demand - Held that:- This writ petition is disposed of with a slight notification of the direction given by the learned Tribunal that instead of 50% of the total tax demand, the petitioner-company may deposit 30% of the said total tax demand disputed before the learned Tribunal and if the petitioner-company has already deposited 20% of the tax demand in view of the aforesaid direction of the learned Tribunal, remaining 10 .....

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me Tax Appellate Tribunal ( the Tribunal for short), B Bench, Bengaluru, for the Assessment year 2012-13, whereby, the learned Tribunal has directed in paragraph-18 of the impugned order to deposit 50% of the impugned tax demand and out of such 50% of the tax demand, the petitioner-company was directed to deposit 20% of the tax demand within seven days of the said order dated 22.03.2017 and balance amount shall be paid by the petitioner within 180 days in six equal installments. 2. The learned S .....

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ng the rival contentions and the aspects relevant for grant of interim relief like prima-facie case, balance of convenience and irreparable loss etc., the Bench of Tribunal had directed in paragraph-18 to deposit 50% of the total tax demand in the manner indicated above. 3. The learned Senior counsel Mr.Pardiwala also sought to urge contentions on the merits of the case, however, this Court is not inclined to go into the same, as the appeals are stated to be pending before the Tribunal for final .....

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ts of the case at all, leaving it free for the Tribunal to decide the same in accordance with the law. The Tribunal is therefore requested to decide the pending appeals expeditiously, preferably within a period of six months from today. 5. On the question of direction of the learned Tribunal to deposit 50% of the total tax demand, the learned Senior counsel fairly submits that the petitioner-company should be allowed to abide by the suggestion of the Bench of Tribunal as stated in paragraph-5 of .....

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