Mere impression that Auditor will file appeal is not a Sufficient Cause: ITAT  refuses to Condone Delay [Read Order]

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The Chennai bench of the Income Tax Appellate Tribunal (ITAT) has held that the mere impression that the auditor will file an appeal is not a sufficient cause and refused to condone the delay.  Shri T. Vasudevan, Advocate appeared for the appellant and Ms T.M. Sugunthamala appeared for the respondent. M/s. Devaraj Construction, the assessee…

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M/s. Devaraj Construction vs Income Tax Office

Counsel for Appellant:   Shri T. Vasudevan

Counsel for Respondent:   Ms. T.M. Sugunthamala

CITATION:   2022 TAXSCAN (ITAT) 1798

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