Wa govt questions law firms esperance lead case w/tps
JEITSU NAGON (New Delhi, Sep 19) — The Supreme Court on Friday rejected the government’s demand to dismiss all cases pending against nine law firms for setting up fake entities that failed to pay income tax.
But the court stayed the order and decided더킹카지노 to transfer cases pending against eight others, and put them on hold while it considers the order.
The order will stay all cases pending against nine law firms that set up fake organizations through which they failed to pay their income tax bills, and is expected to take effect on August 9.
Senior advocate Pranab Sinha on Thursday sought to keep matters on hold until the next hearing date after the government moved the apex court to stay the order before a trial court judge in Jodhpur. The court, however, decided to continue with hearings on Wednesday.
Sinha said that the government would get the matter transferred to a trial court.
His lawyers argued that they had the right to fight the government’s order even after the Supreme Court had directed the government to take action and file a reply after it completes 바카라사이트examining a public interest litigation petition filed by them and other legal aid groups earlier.
The government had earlier alleged in the public interest litigation petition that the law firms were “deceiving” the tax department to help the financial sector recover income tax bills.
The public interest litigation petition also alleged that the firms were deliberately fajarvees.comiling to give them proper documentation of their income, and asked the Supreme Court to take action against them.
(With inputs from IANS)
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