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Analysis of the Distinction between “Lack of Inquiry” and “Inadequate Inquiry”

November 29, 2018[2018] 100 60 (Article)
Probably next to capital gain issues, disputes pertaining to interpretation of provisions ofsection 263 of the Income-tax Act (the Act) occupy the pages of law journals and web sites by way of reporting of cases. The latest to join the bandwagon is the judgment rendered by the Delhi High Court in the case of Principal CIT vsBraham Dev Gupta [2018] 408 ITR 291(Del.) wherein reversing the order passed by the Tribunal, the Learned Judges haveheld that the Tribunal cannot rewrite Assessing Officer’s
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