The first part of this journal contains the main issue of the fortnight. The second part gives the legal update and covers subject like Direct Taxation, Indirect Taxation (including Service Tax, Central Excise and Customs, Sales Tax and Vat), Corporate and Securities laws, Insurance laws, Bank and NDFCs, Foreign Trade and Exchange laws, Consumer and Competition Laws and Labour and Industrial laws. This section is followed by latest notifications, circulars, trade notices and press releases on the aforementioned subjects in great detail along with the summary of relevant cases decided by the Supreme Court, various High Courts and Tribunals, along with appropriate subject heading and ratio of the case. The third part of the journal contains updates relating to Practice Support (which includes Statute Analysis, Checklists, Guidance, FAQs, Procedures with explanations and directories for certified filing centers), Knowledge Resource (which includes Information on any aspect of latest development.) and articles & opinions by luminaries. The fourth Part of the journal gives general updates for capital market.
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  • Publisher: Manupatra Publishing Pvt. Ltd
  • Language: English
  • Chapter 1

    The Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code, 2016: An Opening of New Era Price 0.23  |  0.23 Rewards Points

    The Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code, 2016: An Opening of New Era-

    With the enactment of the Insolvency Code, the age old Acts on Insolvency of 1909 and 1920 have been repealed. Further 11 Acts have been amended. The new Code has opened up new profession and business avenues for the professionals like CS, CA, CMA and Advocate..

  • Chapter 2

    Section 54F of the Income-Tax Act – Proliferating litigation by IT Department by adopting interpretation contrary to law with no accountability Price 0.18  |  0.18 Rewards Points

    Section 54F of the Income-Tax Act – Proliferating litigation by IT Department by adopting interpretation contrary to law with no accountability:

    Section 54 of the Income-Tax Act, 1961 (Act) provides for exemption in respect of capital gain arising from the transfer of any long-term capital asset other than the residential house if the net consideration arising from such transfer is invested in the purchase or construction of a residential house..

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