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Section 133 (1) or 133 (4) of the Income Tax Act - Confession - Retraction - Voluntary admission - three different aspects - with out pleadings can not be considered in arguments -Voluntary admission at the time of survey , the director of company voluntarily admitted excess amount of Rs.20 lakhs and paid tax also - but filed appeal - in appeal grounds no plea was taken that the admission was obtained by force as such he is retracting the same - with out basis - CIT set aside the orders of A.O. - ITAT tribunal set aside the orders of CIT and restored the orders of A.O. as correct - High Court held that with out pleadings , no case be forward - a lawyer can not develop a case - dismissed the appeal upholding the order of ITAT and A.O as correct = Kernex Micro Systems (India) Ltd.,Hyderabad. Appellant Deputy Commissioner of Income Tax,Circle-2(1), Hyderabad. Respondent = 2014 ( January Vol-1 )judis.nic.in/judis_andhra/filename=10749

Section 133 (1) or 133 (4) of the Income Tax Act - Confession - Retraction - Voluntary admission - three different aspects - with out pleadings can not be considered in arguments -Voluntary admission at the time of survey , the director of company voluntarily admitted excess amount of Rs.20 lakhs and paid tax also - but filed appeal - in appeal grounds no plea was taken that the admission was obtained by force as such he is retracting the same - with out basis - CIT set aside the orders of A.O. - ITAT tribunal set aside the orders of CIT and restored the orders of A.O. as correct - High Court held that with out pleadings , no case be forward - a lawyer can not develop a case - dismissed the appeal upholding the order of ITAT and A.O as correct =

The Assessing Officer has made an assessment order on the basis of the 
voluntary statement made by the Managing Director of the appellant disclosing of
income of Rs.20 lakhs.
The said statement, which was reproduced by the learned
Tribunal in its…

Indian Medical council Act - Regulations 8 (3) - renewal of permission for the fourth batch of 100 MBBS students - permission rejected despite of compliance of objections - writ filed for mandamus for direction to issue renewal of permission - High court rejected to give any directions as it is not with in it's jurisdiction and as the refusal is not an order - as per regulation of 8(3) after granting permission also , the MCI can on surprise visit again refuse the same if petitioner not complied with objection raised - directed to considered the application of the writ petitioner = Aditya Educational Society, rep., by its Chairma, Dr. M.M.Vilekar and others.....Petitioners The Union of India rep., by its Secretary, Ministry of Medical & Health, New Delhi and others...Respondents = 2014 ( JANUARY - VOL -1) JUDIS.NIC.IN / JUDIS _ ANDHRA / FILE NAME = 10709

Indian Medical council Act - Regulations 8 (3) - renewal of permission for the fourth batch of 100 MBBS students - permission rejected despite of compliance of objections  - writ filed for mandamus for direction to issue renewal of permission - High court rejected to give any directions as it is not with in it's jurisdiction  and as the refusal is not an order  - as per regulation of 8(3) after granting permission also , the MCI can on surprise visit again refuse the same if petitioner not complied with objection raised  - directed to considered the application of the writ petitioner =

The order of the 2nd respondent dated 10.09.2013, rejecting renewal of permission for the fourth batch of 100 MBBS students to the 2nd petitioner-College for the academic year 2013-2014, is questioned in this Writ Petition as being arbitrary, illegal and contrary to the provisions of the Indian Medical Council Act, 1956 and the Regulations made thereunder. =
after examining the assessors
report the 2nd…