The question of whether JDA should lead between the owner of the land and the developer to the formation of AOps between them and whether PDO taxation should be triggered. In addition, the PDO approach could also be applied by the tax authorities of the services. In addition, the asset class could be in the hands of the landowner (i.e. capital assets, trading shares or capital assets converted into trading shares) another point of controllability, taking into account the provisions of the Income Tax Act 1961 (hereinafter the Act). [5A. Notwithstanding the provisions of Subsection 1, the capital gain on disposal shall be set off against income tax as income for the preceding year, in respect of which the year-end certificate for all or part of the project was issued by the competent authority and, for the purposes of Article 48, the value of the stamp duty shall be considered, on the day of issue of the aforementioned certificate, for its part, the land or the building or both in the project, increased by any consideration received in cash as the total value of the consideration received or due as a result of the transfer of capital: – Capital gain by the application of S. Article 45(2) (capital converted into trading assets and subsequently sold) is taxable in proportion to the country and the shares sold in various years. [Ajay Kumar Sah Jagati vs. ITO, DCIT vs Crest Hotels Ltd., etc.] These changes will come into force on April 1, 2018 and will therefore apply to the 2018-19 predisposition year and subsequent years.
It is also proposed to introduce into the law a new section 194-IC in order to provide that in the case of financial compensation to be paid under the indicated agreement, taxes of 10% are deductible from this payment. This amendment shall enter into force on 1 April 2017. In this case, it is clear that, since the expert entered into an agreement with the developers for the transfer of the land, he handed over the property that, in the meantime, built housing on it and also received a consideration of 20.00 Lakhs in cash, it is difficult to find that there is no transfer under Article 2 (47). This is clearly a transfer that resulted in capital gains. The value of the capital gain belongs to the owner of the land The conversion of land into shares would be taxable, in accordance with Article 45(2) of the year of its transfer, on the basis of the fair value at the time of conversion. Since, on 10.9.2003, the stocks were transferred from the assessee to «S», i.e.: On the date on which the assessor gave an irrevocable power in favour of «S», following which the latter obtained the right to ownership and disposal of the area allocated to him, the profit from the transfer of trading assets, which represents the difference between the fair value of the built-up area allocated to the appraiser and the fair value of the capital at the time of conversion into shares, will become taxable only in the relevant investment year. FMV of the remaining area at the time of conversion § 54F of the Income Tax Act, 1961 – Capital gains – Exemption from, in case of investment in a dwelling house («A dwelling house» position before 1-4-2015) – – The expression «a dwelling house» included in Article 54F includes more than one apartment / apartment as long as all the apartments are in the same place / address. If, as a product of a development contract, several dwellings were built on the same land, even if dwellings/apartments were in different blocks and towers as long as they were at the same address/location, the appraiser was entitled to claim a deduction under Article 54F.
Applies only in the event of performance of a registered contract….