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unaccounted money-no 138 ni act

ADVOCATE & DIRECTOR

 

The complaint was filed in the year 2005. The evidence of the applicant was recorded on 28th February 2006.

The applicant admitted that the amount allegedly paid by him to the 1st respondent by way of loan was a cash

amount kept at his residence and at that time it was an unaccounted amount. He categorically admitted that till

date (i.e. till 28th February 2006) he has not disclosed the amount to the Income Tax. According to the case of

the complainant, he had advanced loan on 14th September 2004 which was repayable within 90 days. Thus,

on 14th September 2004 the amount allegedly paid by him to the 1st respondent was stated to be an

unaccounted amount which was kept at the residence of the applicant. Moreover, till February 2006, when the

evidence was recorded, the said amount was not disclosed in the Income Tax Returns of the applicant. Thus it

continued to be an unaccounted amount



Attached File : 54 54 no debtor show in income tax return no 138 ni act.pdf downloaded 170 times
 
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