Alan V Avanesh
Central Information Commission Dismisses Complaint, Says There is No Proof of CPIO Not Fulfilling Duties
In this order, the Tribunal had checked the validity of the complaint filed by the Complainant.
Central Information Commission Disposes Appeal Seeking Personal Information From PIO
Heeralal Samariya, Information Commissioner decided the Second Appeal sent by the Appellant to the Central Information Commission.
Central Information Commission Dismisses Appeal Seeking Information Seeking From National Police Academy
Y.K. Sinha, Chief information commissioner decided the Second Appeal (No. CIC/SPNPA/A/2018/637591) filed by the Appellant.
National Consumer Disputes Redressal Commission Directs Bank To Repay FDR Maturity and Interest
Dr S.M Kantikar, a member of the National Consumer Disputes Redressal Commission decided the revision petition filed by the Complainant against the Order of the State Commission.
Central Information Commission Dismisses Appeal Due to Prior Absence of RTI Applicant-Appellant in Hearing
Amita Pandove, Information Commissioner decided the Second Appeal sent by the Appellant to the Central Information Commission.
Business Promotional Expense, Whether Successful or Not Is a Valid Expense: Income Tax Appellate Tribunal
The Tribunal will decide as to whether the Adjudicated Authority was right to dismiss the promotional expenses of the Assessee in the order dated 13th September 2019.
Central Information Commission Dismisses Complaint Filed by Complainant Under Section 18 of the RTI Act
Author: Alan V Avneesh Amita Padova, Information Commissioner had decided the complaint filed by the Complainant. In this order, the Tribunal had checked the validity of the complaint filed by the Complainant. Facts The Complainant filed an RTI Application on 12th April...
NCLAT Upholds Commercial Wisdom of COC Over NCLT Order
Justice Venugopal M. and Justice V.P Singh check whether there can be any kind of interference made by the Adjudicated Authority with the commercial wisdom of COC in the order dated 24th February 2021.
NCLAT Dismisses Order Under Section 9 of IBC
The Tribunal had examined as to whether the Adjudicating Authority gave an opportunity to the Appellant to rectify his errors in the Order passed on 13th December 2019.
ITAT Dismisses Order as CIT-A Did Not Discuss Grounds of Appeal on Merit
The current appeal filed by the assessee was against an order made by the Division Bench of the Income Tax Appellate Tribunal (ITAT).