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Indian Tax Law is becoming increasingly complex, business and individuals need specialist tax lawyers who can identify risks and opportunities, and help them ensure compliance. Tax Lawyers in our Mumbai database have comprehensive knowledge of Indian Taxation System, and deep sector insight, providing the highest level of legal advice to their clients. These knowledgeable tax lawyers have a commanding grasp of both direct and indirect tax laws which is an invaluable asset when it comes to providing counsel on matters related to taxation. A tax lawyer can step in after you have a problem, but it is advisable to consult with one in advance so they can help you avoid problems.

What are the most common issues subject to tax litigation?

Tax litigation is the process of taking legal action over the conflicts arising due to the breach of any tax related law. It defines the procedure between the opposing parties, which are basically- the tax payer on one side and the state on the other hand. Tax disputes often arise in the following areas:

  • Individual and partnership matters.
  • Charitable and other forms of not-for-profit organizations.
  • Cross-border tax matters on permanent establishment and attribution.
  • Transfer pricing matters (such as marketing intangibles, management cross charges, compensation for captive service providers and development centres, royalty payments, location savings, selection of transfer pricing methods and comparable companies).
  • General Anti Avoidance Rule (GAAR).
  • Matters relating to withholding tax.
  • Matters relating to allowance of exemptions/deductions.
  • Corporate restructuring.
  • Taxation of royalty income.
  • Reassessments/reopening of an assessment.
  • "Black money" that is, undisclosed foreign income and assets.
  • Penalties.
  • Search and seizure.
  • Classification matters relating to indirect tax.
  • Valuation issues under the Customs Act 1962.
  • Various issues under the Goods and Service Tax Law.

All about appeals and hearings/trial:

Appeal is a proceeding resorted to rectify an erroneous decision of a court by submitting the question to a higher court, or court of appeal. It means ‘making a request’ and in legal parlance, it means ‘apply to a higher court for a reversal of the decision of a lower court. Hearings before the Assessment Officer, Commissioner of Income Tax (Appeals) (CIT(A)), Dispute Resolution Panel, Authority for Advance Rulings and the Settlement Commission are private hearings. However, hearings before the Income Tax Appellate Tribunal, High Court and Supreme Court are open to the public.

The taxpayer can appear either in person or through an authorized representative at the hearings before all of the above forums. The relevant forum will hear both sides' arguments and can either allow the appeal or dispose of the appeal. If any of the party fails to attend the hearing, the hearing can go ahead with only the other party providing their arguments and a decision can be made on the merits (ex parte). However, ex parte hearings are rare in practice, and will usually only be conducted where the petitioner for the ex parte hearing can show that the non-attending party is in default.

Appellate Hierarchy in case of Direct Tax:


Appellate Hierarchy in case of Indirect Tax:


Address of Tribunals & Courts in Mumbai for processing taxation appeals:

NameAddress
ITATAddress: 3rd, 14th Floor, Pratishtha Bhawan, Church Gate, Maharshi Karve Rd, Dhobi Talao, Mumbai-400020, India
Income Tax Office (Aayakar Bhawan)Address: M. K. Road, New Marine Lines, Mumbai-400020, India
Income Tax Office (Pratistha Bhawan)Address: Old C.G.O. Annexe Building, M.K. Road, New Marine Lines, Mumbai–400020, India
Income Tax Office (Ernest House)Address: 6th & 12th Floor, Ernest House, Nariman Point, Mumbai – 400021, India
Income Tax Office (World Trade Centre)Address: 28th & 29th Floor, World Trade Centre, Cuffe
Parade, Colaba, Mumbai – 400005, India
Income Tax Office (K.G. Mittal Aayurvedic Pracher Sanstha Bldg.)Address: K.G. Mittal Aayurvedic Pracher Sanstha Bldg., Charni Road, Mumbai-400002, India
Income Tax Office (Matru Mandir)Address: 1st & 2nd Floor, Tardeo, Nana Chowk, Grant Road, Mumbai-400007, India
Income Tax Office (Pratyakshakar Bhawan)Address: C-10, 11, 12 & 13, Bandra – Kurla Complex,
Bandra (East) Mumbai – 400051, India
Income Tax Office (Piramal Chambers)Address: Lalbaug, Parel, Mumbai-400012, India
Income Tax Office (Vashi Station Complex)Address: Tower No. 6, 3rd & 4th floor, Vashi, Navi MumbaI-400703, India
Income Tax Office (Scindia House)Address: Ballard Estate, Mumbai-400038, India
Income Tax Office (Air India Building)Address: Nariman Point, Mumbai-400021, India
Income Tax Office (Mittal Court)Address: Nariman Point, Mumbai-400021, India
Income Tax Office (Mahalaxmi Chambers)Address: Opp. Race Course, Mahalaxmi, Mumbai -400034, India
CESTATAddress: Jai Centre, P D'Mello Road, Dana Bandar, Mandvi, Mumbai-400009, India
High CourtAddress: Mantralaya, Fort, Mumbai-400032, India
Jurisdiction: Maharashtra, Goa, Daman and Diu, Dadra and Nagar Haveli

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