Income Tax Appeals

The right to appeal an adverse or erroneous order or adjudication passed by Taxation or Revenue authorities is extremely important and provided for under the relevant laws and rules framed thereunder. Furthermore, this right can also be used to defend/cross-appeal/cross-object (as the case maybe) to orders and adjudications which are subject to ‘Departmental appeals’.

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  • Income Tax Planning, Advisory and Compliance Services
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  • Appeal, Writs and Legal representation (read more)
  • Legal Document, Appeal, Writ and Application Drafting
  • Penalty Notice and Prosecution Defence (read more)
  • Other Allied Services


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Chapter XX of the Income Tax Act 1961 (the Act) contains the necessary provisions with respect to tax appeals and revision before the fact-finding and adjudicating quasi-judicial income tax appellate authorities i.e. the Commissioner of Income Tax (Appeals) and the Income Tax Appellate Tribunal (ITAT), as well as the Constitutional Courts (made up of jurisdictional State High Courts and the Supreme Court of India) as the final and apex courts of appeal in taxation law related matters.

 

Income Tax Appellate Authority

The Commissioner of Income Tax (Appeals) or CIT(Appeals) is the first appellate authority and can hear an appeal both on issues of fact finding by the lower income tax authorities (Assessing Officer) as well as questions of law or mixed questions of law and fact.

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Draft and file an income tax appeal to Commissioner of Income Tax (Appeals) or CIT(Appeals) 

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The Income Tax Appellate Tribunal (ITAT) is the second appellate authority and a tax appeal to the ITAT can be filed by an aggrieved party i.e. either by the taxpayer/assessee and/or by the Assessing Officer (AO)/Commissioner of Income Tax, as against an appealable order, usually as passed in appeal by the Commissioner of Income Tax (Appeals).

The ITAT is also the final fact finding quasi-judicial authority and can hear an appeal both on issues of fact finding by the lower income tax authorities including the CIT(Appeals) as well as questions of law or mixed questions of law and fact.

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An income tax appeal lies to the jurisdictional High Court from every order passed in appeal by the Income Tax Appellate Tribunal (ITAT) if the concerned High Court is satisfied that the case involves a substantial question of law.

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Draft and file an income tax appeal/writ petition before the jurisdictional High Court

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An income tax appeal lies to the Hon’ble Supreme Court of India from an order passed in appeal by the concerned High Court in respect of an order earlier passed in appeal by the relevant Income Tax Appellate Tribunal (ITAT), which the High Court certifies to be one fit for appeal to the Supreme Court or through a Special Leave Petition (SLP) where such certificate is denied.

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