Court : Kerala
Reported in : AIR1959Ker182
..... there was an infringement of article 14 the supreme court held:'the discrimination, if any, was not brought by the two ordinances, but by the circumstances that there was no income tax act in nabha and consequently there was no case of assessment pending against any nabha assessees. in any case the provision that pending proceedings should be concluded according to the law ..... a given case there is sufficient territorial nexus is essentially one of fact'.18. in much the same way has the principle-been stated in earlier cases under the indian income-tax act, 1992. see kanga, 4th edn. vol. i, p. 8. thus in wallace bros, and co. ltd. v. i. t. commr., bombay the privy council had occasion to consider the validity ..... of section 4a of the indian income-tax act, 1922 under which the foreign income of a company which was incorporated in the united kingdom and had also its control and management of affairs exclusively in that country was sought to be charged ..... the madras state was, like the rest of that state area, not subject to any general law relating to agricultural income-tax. it was only income from plantations as defined in the madras plantations agricultural income-tax act v of 1955 that was subject to such tax. a system of land revenue including cesses and enhanced by surcharge and additional surcharges was on the other hand prevalent .....Tag this Judgment!
Court : Kerala
Reported in : 200ITR27(Ker)
..... being in the nature of capital expenditure or personal expenses of the assessee) laid out or expended wholly and exclusively for the purpose of the plantation.b. indian income-tax act, 1922, section 10(2)(xv)income-tax act, 1961, section 37(1)any expenditure (not being an allowance of the nature described in any of the clauses (i) to (xiv) inclusive, and not being ..... whether section 5(j) is a residuary provision, it will be useful to compare section 5(j) with the corresponding residuary provisions in the madras (plantations) agricultural income-tax act and the residuary provisions in the income-tax acts of 1922 and 1961 :a. section 5(j) of the kerala actsection 5(e) of the madras actany expenditure (not being in the nature of capital expenditure ..... shall also refer to the external aids, the statement of objects and reasons. it reads as follows :'statement of objects and reasons : under section 5 of the agricultural income-tax act, 1950, the agricultural income of a person is to be computed after making certain deductions specified in that section. one of the deductions specified in the section is 'any expenditure (not being in ..... the words 'expenditure for the cultivation, upkeep and maintenance' in explanation 2. the words 'for the purpose' have come up for consideration under the corresponding residuary provision in the income-tax acts of 1922 and 1961 in several cases and the said rulings have to be applied for purposes of section 5(j) also. in all these cases, it was argued for .....Tag this Judgment!
Court : Kerala
Reported in : 227ITR802(Ker)
..... the act which tells us what is to be understood by 'transfer' in relation to a capital asset. this inclusive definition brings within it not only ..... income of the previous year in which the transfer took place. capital gains would have to be understood as profits or ..... said with reference to the facts that there has been any income to the assessee much less the capital gains in regard thereto.16. what would constitute capital gains is basic to the situation and the provisions of section 45 of the income-tax act, 1961, tell us what would constitute as chargeable to income-tax under the head 'capital gains', tobe deemed to be the ..... its favour.20. when this situation presented no difficulty actually, the income-tax appellate tribunal appears to have been proceeding in wholly unnecessary directions. in the process of reasoning the tribunal considered the statutory provisions relating to deduction from the full value of the consideration by resort to section 48 of the income-tax act, 1961. we will have to see section 2(47) of .....Tag this Judgment!
Court : Kerala
Reported in : 63ITR565(Ker)
..... shown that he was both the printer and the publisher of the kerala edition, and that his submission on the basis of section 12-aa of the indian income-tax act, 1922, had no factual foundation to support it. 10. in the light of what is staled above we cannot but agree with the tribunal and answer questions ..... government of kerala the right to publish the kerala edition of the book and that as a result the provisions of section 12-aa of the indian income-tax act. 1922 are attracted to the case we cannot agree 8. under the agreement, as we read it, both the printer and the publisher of the ..... taken by the assessee to write the book would not be more than twelve months, within the meaning of section 12-aa of the income-tax act. 1922? (2) whether on the facts and in the circumstances of the case, the tribunal was right in permitting the department to raise the contention that ..... the income of the assessee did not fall under section 12-aa of the income-tax act, 1922? (3) if the answer to question no. (2) is in the affirmative, whether the appellate tribunal was ..... m.s. menon, c.j. 1. this is a reference at the instance of the assessee by the income-tax appellate tribunal, madras bench, under section 256(1) of the income-tax act. 1961 the assessment year concerned is 1959-60; and the accounting period, the twelve months ended on the 31st march 1959 the questions referred .....Tag this Judgment!
Court : Kerala
Reported in : 127ITR192(Ker)
..... arya vaidya sala under the will of the testator (of late p. s. warrier--will dated november 3, 1939), is not entitled to exemption under section 11(4) of the income-tax act, 1961, for the assessment year 1964-65 ? 2. is the approach made and interpretation placed on the will of late p. s. warrier dated november 3, 1939, by the tribunal ..... spent for arya vaidya sala under the will of the testator (late p.s. warrier)--will dated november 3, 1939--is not entitled to exemption under section 11 of the income-tax act, 1961? (for all the years 1965-66 to 1970-71). (c) was the appellate tribunal justified in its view that it is bound to follow the decision in ..... the person receiving it.' in the light of what is stated above we agree with the tribunal and hold that the income in controversy is exempt under section 4(3)(i) of the indian income-tax act, 1922, and that it is not brought back into the net of taxation by clause (b) of the proviso to that sub-section. we answer the reference ..... of 1976 25. this reference is at the instance of the revenue under section 256(1) of the act for the assessment year 1965-66. the question referred is the following :'whether, on the facts and in the circumstances of the case, the income-tax appellate tribunal is justified in law in holding that the assessee is entitled to exemption under section 11 .....Tag this Judgment!
Court : Kerala
Reported in : 72ITR726(Ker)
..... isaac, j.1. these two references have been made by the kerala agricultural income-tax appellate tribunal under section 60(3) of the agricultural income-tax act, 1950, as directed by this court on applications made by the assessee, who is the same in both the cases. ..... impression gathered by the enquiry or inspection as laid down in the decision of the high court of kerala in george oommen v. commissioner of income-tax,  52 i.t.r. 933. the appellate assistant commissioner has found that no inspection or enquiry as stated in the assessment order had ..... candies based on the estimate for the previous year. the appellant's learned representative strenuously urges that the estimate was made by the agricultural income-tax officer on the basis of certain inspections and enquiries and that no such inspection or enquiry was conducted and that no estimate could be made ..... pepper vines was 8 candies 10 thulams. the assessing authority estimated the yield at 20 candies on the ground that enquiries conducted by the agricultural income-tax officer, taliparamba, revealed that 3/4 kgms. of pepper could be obtained from each pepper vine of the locality. the appellate assistant commissioner, in ..... yield at 18 candies as was done for the previous assessment. accordingly, he set aside the order of assessment and remitted the case to the income-tax officer for making a fresh assessment. the assessee filed an appeal before the appellate tribunal claiming that his books of account relating to the pepper .....Tag this Judgment!
Court : Kerala
Reported in : (1994)118CTR(Ker)372; 208ITR161(Ker)
..... ofthe assessee and against the revenue. we do so.73. the second question relates to the applicability of section 36(1)(ii) of the income-tax act. the income-tax officer disallowed the assessee's claim for deduction of a sum of rs. 3,64,565 representing bonus by applying the first proviso to ..... of the assessee which is a reference under section 256(2) of the income-tax act. income-tax references nos. 383 and 384 of 1985 are at the instance of the revenue under section 256(2) of the income-tax act. since all these income-tax references relate to the assessment year 1976-77, facts have to be referred ..... that this specific aspect as to whether the bonus paid by the assessee may stand the test specified in section 36(1)(ii) of the income-tax act read along with the proviso has not been adjudicated by the tribunal. in these circumstances, we decline to answer the question. we direct ..... 124itr1(sc) , the expenditure is clearly liable to be allowed as deductible from the profits under section 10(2)(xv) of the indian income-tax act.'55. in view of the above decision, counsel for the revenue did not seriously contend that the expenditure incurred for drawing the new electricity line ..... in the alternative that the amount laid out was in any event expenditure for current repairs allowable under section 10(2)(v) of the indian income-tax act, 1922. the court observed that the tribunal had evidence before it from which it could be concluded that by introducing the casablanca conversion system, .....Tag this Judgment!
Court : Kerala
Reported in : 202ITR186(Ker)
..... . the question referred is whether, on the facts and in the circumstances of the case, the assessee is entitled to deduction under section 36(1)(viii) of the income-tax act, 1961, on the total income before making any deduction under section 36(1)(viii) ?2. this question is really concluded against the revenue by the decisions in the assessee's own cases in ..... revenue very staunchly pressed for our acceptance the contentions based on the objects and reasons to the finance act, 1985, by which section 36(1)(viii) of the act was amended by providing specifically that the deduction is to be 40% of the total income before making any deduction under section 36(1)(viii) and chapter vi-a. the inference attempted to be ..... : 113itr84(sc) and also in the lightof the decision of the high court of karnataka in karnataha state financial corporation v. cit  174 itr 206 besides with reference to the statement of objects and reasons to the finance act, 1985. so far as the first ground is concerned, viz., that the decision of the cambay electric supply industrial co.'s ..... revenue and in favour of the assessee.9. a copy of this judgment under the seal of this court and the signature of the registrar will be forwarded to the income-tax appellate tribunal, cochin bench, for information and compliance. .....Tag this Judgment!
Court : Kerala
Reported in : 217ITR528(Ker)
..... the receipt is not on behalf of the former firm. reliance was also placed on the provisions contained under sub-section (3a) of section 176 of the income-tax act and a contention was raised that even if it is to be taken that the subsidy is received by the former firm it is liable to be ..... of the former firm. we find no merit in the contention raised by the revenue on the basis of sub-section (3a) of section 176 of the income-tax act. sub-section (3a) provides that 'where any business is discontinued in any year, any sum received after the discontinuance shall be deemed to be the ..... claimed that the subsidy amount was not a revenue receipt and further put forward an alternate contention that it was a casual income. the claim was rejected by the income-tax officer and was confirmed by the commissioner of income-tax (appeals). aggrieved by the above, the assessee came up in appeal before the tribunal.3. the subsidy was paid by ..... k.k. usha, j.1. at the instance of the revenue, the following questions of law are referred by the income-tax appellate tribunal (in short, 'the tribunal') for decision of this court :'1. whether, on the facts and in the circumstances of the case, the tribunal was ..... if the receipt of the subsidy by the second firm is in the nature of a casual receipt it has to be treated as its income learned counsel relied on a decision of the supreme court in cit v. g. r. karthikeyan : 201itr866(sc) .7. it is further contended by the revenue that the amount granted as .....Tag this Judgment!
Court : Kerala
Reported in : 148ITR746(Ker)
..... income is bound to accept the computation of the tea income already made by the central income-tax authorities and to assess only 60 ..... the allowances authorised by section 5 of the kerala act, in so far as the same has not already been allowed in the assessment under the central income-tax act. there is no provision in the kerala act, authorising the agricultural income-tax officer to disregard the computation of the tea income made by the income-tax authorities acting under the central income-tax act. the agricultural income-tax officer in making an assessment of agricultural ..... the agricultural income-tax officer, making an assessment of agricultural income under the kerala agricultural income-tax act is bound to accept the assessment of the income which has already been made by the central income-tax authorities under rule 24 of the income-tax rules, 1922, read with section 10 of the indian income-tax act, 1922, or under rule 8 of the income-tax rules, 1962, read with sections 28 - 44 of the income-tax act, 1961 .....Tag this Judgment!