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recital that the tenant undertook to pay rent, tax, house tax, property tax imposed by Government of India, State Government ... tenant respondent was liable to pay house tax and property tax. In reply the tenant pleaded that in a previous
Punjab-Haryana High Court
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(2003) 134 PLR 77
- K Garewal - Full Document
issue of alleged liability of the tenant to pay the property tax, the learned Rent Controller recorded findings adverse ... such agreement, the tenant could not have been held liable to pay the property tax. 15. Argument of the learned
Punjab-Haryana High Court
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(1995) 109 PLR 728
- G Singhvi - Full Document
petitioner's liability to pay property tax is from MO-1957 to 31-3-1958 and not for the whole ... issued to a tenant where the owner of the property fails to pay tax and is untraceable and in this
Punjab-Haryana High Court
- Cites 25 - Cited by 5 -
AIR 1963 P H 354
- M Singh - Full Document
value of property is the basis of a tax, that tax does not necessarily become a tax on income. There ... provision of the Act in question and the income-tax Act. The extent of the alleged invasion by the Provincial
Punjab-Haryana High Court
- Cites 47 - Cited by 1 - G Singhvi - Full Document
besides the tenant was also to pay the house tax and property tax. The building is situated in Sirhindi Gate ... children. The application was resisted on behalf of the tenant on the ground that the two daughters of Achhra Singh
Punjab-Haryana High Court
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AIR 1986 P H 297
- Full Document
even a statement by a so- called sub tenant to Income-Tax Authorities that he was in exclusive possession could ... tenant that he has paying Rs.400/- per month for the purpose of assessment of property tax. In this case
Punjab-Haryana High Court
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even a statement by a so- called sub tenant to Income-Tax Authorities that he was in exclusive possession could ... tenant that he has paying Rs.400/- per month for the purpose of assessment of property tax. In this case
Punjab-Haryana High Court
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even a statement by a so- called sub tenant to Income-Tax Authorities that he was in exclusive possession could ... tenant that he has paying Rs.400/- per month for the purpose of assessment of property tax. In this case
Punjab-Haryana High Court
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expiry of the lease period. The tenant also failed to pay the property tax @ 3% from 02.11.2004 which was levied ... details of the other landlords being owners of other properties in Chandigarh was also mentioned and the landlord
Punjab-Haryana High Court
- Cites 5 - Cited by 0 - Full Document
even a statement by a so- called sub tenant to Income-Tax Authorities that he was in exclusive possession could ... tenant that he has paying Rs.400/- per month for the purpose of assessment of property tax. In this case
Punjab-Haryana High Court
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