CBDT deauthorizes CIT to pass registration orders for trusts & funds

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CBDT deauthorizes CIT to pass registration orders

Notification No. 52/2022, dated 09-05-2022

The Central Board of Direct Taxes (CBDT) vide Notification no. 30/2021, dated 01-04-2021, had authorised the Director of Income Tax (Centralized Processing Centre), Bengaluru and Commissioner of Income-Tax (Exemption), Bengaluru, for the following purposes:

a) Receiving applications for provisional registration or registration or provisional approval or approval or intimation in Form 10A;
b) Passing order granting provisional registration or registration or provisional approval or approval in Form 10AC;
c) Issuing Unique Registration Number (URN) to the applicants; and
d) Cancelling the approval granted in Form 10AC and Unique Registration Number (URN).

Now, the CBDT has de-authorized the Commissioner of Income Tax (Exemption), Bengaluru, for receiving applications, passing an order, etc. as specified above. Thus, now only the Director of Income Tax (Centralized Processing Centre), Bengaluru is authorized to do so.

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