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R. B. N. J. Naidu vs Commissioner Of Income-Tax, ... on 9 February, 1955 : 1956 29 ITR 194 Nag

Income Tax Appellate Tribunal - Nagpur R. B. N. J. Naidu vs Commissioner Of Income-Tax, ... on 9 February, 1955 Equivalent citations: 1956 29 ITR 194 Nag JUDGMENT In pursuance of the direction of this Court under Section 66(2), Indian Income-tax Act, 1922, in Miscellaneous Civil Case No. 143 of 1950, the Income-tax Appellate Tribunal, Bombay, has submitted the statement of case on the following question of law : "Whether on the material on record the Appellate Tribunal could reasonably come to a finding that the sum of Rs. 8,500 was an income undisclosed sources ?"
In the opinion of the Tribunal the question which arises is :
"Whether there was material on which the Appellate Tribunal could have rejected the assesses explanation ?"
The question as framed by the Tribunal dies not, however, cover the entire controversy.
2. The subject mater of the controversy is the finding of the Tribunal that the sum of Rs. 8,500 represents th…

The Assistant Commissioner of Income TaxVs. Shri C. Ramabrahmam : Chennai ITAT

Before Dr. O.K. Narayanan, Vice-President &
Shri S.S. Godara, Judicial Member
I.T.A. No.943/Mds/2012
Assessment Year : 2007-08
The Assistant Commissioner of
Income Tax, Business Circle IV,
Room No. 507, Annexe Building, 5th
Floor, 121, Nungambakkam High
Road, Chennai 34.
Shri C. Ramabrahmam,
16, 2nd Canal Cross Road, Gandhi
Nagar, Adyar, Chennai 600 020.
Appellant by : Shri Guru Bashyam, IRS, JCIT
Respondent by : Shri Ananda Kumar, C.A.
Date of Hearing : 29.10.2012
Date of pronouncement : 31.10.2012
PER S.S. Godara, Judicial Member
This Revenue’s appeal is directed against the order of the
Commissioner of Income Tax (Appeals) VIII Chennai dated 24.01.2012 in
ITA No. 53/09-10(A)-VIII for the assessment year 2007-08 in proceedings
under section 143(3) of the Income Tax Act 1961 [in short the “Act”].
2. Brief facts of the case are that the assessee (individual), filed his
‘return’ declaring income of `.6…