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Ericsson on a spree of favourable orders

Delhi High Court passed an interim injunction order in the ongoing case of Telefonktiebolaget LM Ericsson v. Lava International Ltd that prevents Lava from importing, exporting, manufacturing, and selling any mobile phones that use Ericsson’s 8 SEP patents and technology.The defendant is also barred from exporting the impugned goods. 464 more words

Vodafone Tax Case: Delhi HC allows CBDT to continue penalty proceedings

The vacation bench of Delhi High Court today allowed the Central Board of Direct Taxes(CBDT) to continue with its penalty proceedings against major Telecom Company Vodafone in tax evasion case. 119 more words

Income Tax Act

Capital Plastic Industries v. Happy Plastic Industries

Capital Plastic Industries v. Happy Plastic Industries

1988 PTC 182

Brief Facts:

As per the Plaintiff, the Plaintiff started using the trademark RABBER from 1983 in respect of thermos jug. 581 more words

Intellectual Property Rights

Relief For Buyers Of Under-Construction Flats, Court Says No Service Tax

The Delhi High Court has ruled that no service tax can be levied in respect of the agreements entered into between buyers and builders for flats in an under-construction building in a housing project. 317 more words

Property News

Can service tax be levied on under construction flats ?

Hello Friends,

On 3rd June, 2016 – Delhi High Court gave judgement on controversy –

whether the consideration paid by flat buyers to builder/promoter/developer for acquiring a flat in a complex, which under construction/development, could be subjected to levy of service tax.

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Services of Construction & Installation Cannot be termed as “Fees for Technical Services”: Delhi HC [Read Judgment]

The Delhi High Court in a recent decision held that the services of construction and installation cannot be treated as “fees for technical services.” The Court was considering the validity of an order passed by the Authority of Advance Ruling in a petition filed by M/s Technip Singapore PET Ltd. 633 more words

Income Tax Act

Commissioner of VAT have no statutory power to cancel a C-Form which has been validy issued under CST Act; Delhi HC [Read Judgment]

In a recent Judgment Jain Manufacturing (India) Pvt. Ltd vs The Commissioner Value Added Tax & Anr, the Delhi High Court has held that, the Commissioner of VAT have no statutory power that permits cancellation of a C-Form that has been validly issued. 866 more words

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