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Refusal to stay the collection of demand - Asst. CIT directed the petitioner to deposit 15% of the disputed demand - Prl. CIT confirmed the order - it has failed to consider the issue whether the assessment orders suffers from being "unreasonably highpitched", or whether "any genuine hardship would be caused to the assessee" - Prl. CIT directed to review the order - Tri

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March 20, 2017

Refusal to stay the collection of demand - Asst. CIT directed the petitioner to deposit 15% of the disputed demand - Prl. CIT confirmed the order - it has failed to consider the issue whether the assessment orders suffers from being "unreasonably highpitched", or whether "any genuine hardship would be caused to the assessee" - Prl. CIT directed to review the order - Tri

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