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    Sec 268A of the Income-tax Act (‘IT Act’) empowers Central Board of Direct Taxes (‘CBDT’) to issue instructions, orders/ directions to the income-tax authorities for fixing monetary limits as it deem fit for regulating filing of appeal by any income-tax authority.

    These instructions have to be complied with by income-tax authorities in the matters of filing of appeal before ITAT/High Court/Supreme Court.

    In this article attempt has been made to compare the instruction issued under Section 268A in last four occasions in the years- 2018/2015/2014/2011.

    The appeals/SLP should not be filed by the income-tax authority unless tax effect exceed monetary limits mentioned. These limits are not applicable to writ matters/Section 12A registration and direct tax matters other than income-tax. 


    1. Amendment in Computation Mechanism of Secondary adjustment F. No. 370142/12/2017-TPLdated 19thJune, 2018 

    Background - Rule 10CB of the Income-tax Rules, 1962 (‘the Rules’) was inserted vide Notification No. GSR 590(E) dated 15th June, 2017. Under sub-rule (1) of the said rule 10CB, a uniform time limit of 90 days, starting from different dates, is prescribed for repatriation of excess money. This is done in order to provide uniform treatment in respect of the different types/situations of primary adjustments specified under sub-section (1) of section 92CE.



    • Introduction
    • Implementation
    • Requirement to generate an E-Waybill
    • Persons required  to generate  E-Way bill
    • Registration
    • Generation
    • Other clarifications

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