Thursday, October 15, 2015

Non-disclosure of a fact didn’t amount to suppression if it wasn’t legally required to be disclosed

The Supreme Court of India held that if there is no legal requirement to disclose proprietary interest in any other factory and financial matters as to payment of job-work charges by assessee, non-disclosure of said fact cannot amount to ‘suppression’ and therefore, extended period of limitation cannot be invoked.


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