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Jan 09 1991 (HC)

Commissioner of Income-tax Vs. M. Habibullah

Court : Allahabad

Decided on : Jan-09-1991

Reported in : [1991]191ITR381(All)

..... facts and circumstances of the case, the explanation of the assessee constituted, in law, 'reasonable cause' ?'2. the assessee is an individual. the assessment years concerned are 1967-68, 1968-69 and 1969-70. the assessee was previously doing business in india but in 1961 he went to england. he obtained the citizenship of that country. however, towards the end of 1966 or ..... the beginning of 1967, he came to india. during the previous years relevant to the aforesaid assessment years, he was in ..... india. a raid was conducted at his premises and certain cash deposits standing in his name in certain banks werediscovered. the assessee .....

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Nov 13 1991 (FN)

iNS Vs. National Center for Immigrants' Rights, Inc.

Court : US Supreme Court

Decided on : Nov-13-1991

..... the limited purpose of ensuring the presence of aliens at their deportation hearings. moreover, the contested regulation, when properly construed as applicable only to unauthorized employment, does not raise "constitutional doubts" and therefore does not militate in favor of a narrow construction of the organic statute. in short, the court of appeals' reliance on witkovich was misplaced. the majority ..... lawfully accept employment in this country. in addition, the operating instructions issued to ins personnel in connection with this regulation expressly state that individuals maintaining a colorable claim of citizenship shall not be subject to the no-work condition, see n. 5, supra, and the ins has stated that "[a]liens who have applied for asylum will not ..... applying this condition to a permanent resident alien in exclusion or deportation proceedings." 48 fed. reg. 51143 (1983). 5 "individuals maintaining a colorable claim to u. s. citizenship and permanent resident aliens, authorized to work in the united states under 8 cfr 109.1(a)(1), shall not be subject to this general prohibition until such time as ..... made "no-employment conditions" the rule rather than the exception. several individuals and organizations (respondents) filed this action challenging the validity of the new rule on statutory and constitutional grounds. their complaint alleged that the new rule was invalid on its face and therefore could not be enforced even against aliens who may not lawfully accept employment in .....

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