Merger or Amalgamation Not Legitimate Tools for Tax Evasion, Cooperate with Customs Department: Madras HC [Read Order]

Merely because the noticee company has been merged with the petitioner company ipso-facto would not mean the liability of the noticee company would stand extinguished on account of its merger with the petitioner company.
Amalgamation Legitimate - Tools - Tax Evasion - Cooperate - Customs Department - Madras HC - TAXSCAN

In a recent ruling, the Madras High Court, while dismissing the writ petition directed the petitioner to cooperate with the customs department. Failure to do so would result in the authorities confirming the demand stated in the contested show cause notice and recovering the amount from the petitioner based on available material. A Single bench…

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