Commissioner of Income-tax v. Yogen Khosla
[Citation -2020-LL-0708-1]

Citation 2020-LL-0708-1
Appellant Name Commissioner of Income-tax
Respondent Name Yogen Khosla
Court HIGH COURT OF DELHI AT NEW DELHI
Relevant Act Income-tax
Date of Order 08/07/2020
Judgment View Judgment
Keyword Tags long term capital loss • tax effect
Bot Summary: Learned senior standing counsel for appellant states that the only issue involved before this Court in the present appeal is allowability of Short Term Capital Loss and Long Term Capital Loss totalling Rs. 37,29,770/-. In this regard, he has handed over a letter written by ACIT, Circle 5(2), Delhi to PCIT, Delhi-2, which is taken on record. The relevant portion of the said letter reads as under:- On a perusal of the records, it is found that the only issue involved in further appeal before Hon ble High Court is the allowability of STCL and LTCL totalling Rs. 37,29,770/-. Accordingly, the tax effect involved in this issue is below Rs.1,00,00,000/- which is the limit prescribed for filing further appeal before Hon ble High Court as per board circular no. Further, the case does not lie in any of the exceptions laid down by the CBDT. Since the tax effect involved in the present case is lower than the threshold limit of Rupees One Crore prescribed in Circular no. 03/2018 and its amendments dated 20th August, 2018 issued by the Central Board of Direct Taxes, the present appeal is dismissed on account of low tax effect. Copy of the order be also forwarded to the learned counsel through e-mail.


#R-12 $ * IN HIGH COURT OF DELHI AT NEW DELHI + ITA 980/2005 COMMISSIONER OF INCOME TAX. Appellant Through: Mr. Deepak Anand, Sr. Standing Counsel versus YOGEN KHOSLA Respondent Through: Ms. Suruchii Aggarwal, Advocate CORAM: HON'BLE MR. JUSTICE MANMOHAN HON'BLE MR. JUSTICE SANJEEV NARULA ORDER % 08.07.2020 appeal has been heard by way of video conferencing. Learned senior standing counsel for appellant states that only issue involved before this Court in present appeal is allowability of Short Term Capital Loss (STCL) and Long Term Capital Loss (LTCL) totalling Rs. 37,29,770/-. In this regard, he has handed over letter written by ACIT, Circle 5(2), Delhi to PCIT, Delhi-2, which is taken on record. relevant portion of said letter reads as under:- On perusal of records, it is found that only issue involved in further appeal before Hon ble High Court is allowability of STCL and LTCL totalling Rs. 37,29,770/-. Accordingly, tax effect involved in this issue is below Rs.1,00,00,000/- which is limit prescribed for filing further appeal before Hon ble High Court as per board circular no. 17/2019 dated 08.08.2019. Further, case does not lie in any of exceptions laid down by CBDT. Since tax effect involved in present case is lower than threshold limit of Rupees One Crore (Rs. 1,00,00,000/-) prescribed in Circular no. 17/2019 dated 8 August, 2019 read with Circular no. 03/2018 and its amendments dated 20th August, 2018 issued by Central Board of Direct Taxes, present appeal is dismissed on account of low tax effect. order be uploaded on website forthwith. Copy of order be also forwarded to learned counsel through e-mail. MANMOHAN, J SANJEEV NARULA, J JULY 08, 2020 rn Commissioner of Income-tax v. Yogen Khosla
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