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DCIT, Central circle-21 Room No.344, E-2, Jhandewalan Ext. New Delhi Vs. M/s. Extra Marketing Pvt. Ltd. ARA Centre, RZ-F-7, Dawarka Puri, Vijay Enclave, New Delhi-45. aNew Delhi
March, 19th 2015
                 IN THE INCOME TAX APPELLATE TRIBUNAL
                        DELHI BENCH `B ' NEW DELHI

              BEFORE: SHRI N.K. SAINI, ACCOUNTANT MEMBER
                                   AND
               SHRI GEORGE GEORGE K., JUDICIAL MEMBER

                          ITA Nos. 5986 to 5991/Del/2013
                        Assessment Years 2003-04 to 2008-09

DCIT, Central circle-21               Vs.   M/s. Extra Marketing Pvt. Ltd.
Room No.344, E-2, ARA Centre,               RZ-F-7, Dawarka Puri,
Jhandewalan Ext.                            Vijay Enclave, New Delhi-45.
New Delhi                                   New Delhi

                                            (PAN AABCE 7963 J)


                           C.O. Nos. 329 to 334/DEL/2014
                        (In ITA Nos. 5986 to 5991/Del/2013)
                        Assessment Years 2003-04 to 2008-09

M/s. Extra Marketing Pvt. Ltd.        Vs.   DCIT, Central circle-21
RZ-F-7, Dawarka Puri,                       Room No.344, E-2, ARA Centre,
Vijay Enclave, New Delhi-45.                Jhandewalan Ext.
New Delhi                                   New Delhi

(PAN AABCE 7963 J)

(Appellant)                                        (Respondent)

              Date of hearing       : 12.03.2015
              Date of Pronouncement : 18.03.2015

              Appellant by :     Smt. Poonam, Khaira Sidhu, CIT,DR
              Respondent by:     Sh. Arvind Kumar, Advocate
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                                       ORDER

PER BENCH:


1.    These appeals, at the instance of the Revenue and the Cross Objections filed by

the assessee, arise out of six separate orders of CIT(A), all passed in the month of

August, 2013. The relevant assessment years are 2003-04 to 2008-09.

2.    In Revenue's appeals, identical grounds are raised except for variation in figures.

Two effective grounds raised in Revenue's appeals relate to:

      i)    Whether the CIT (A) was justified in deleting the disallowances of
            expenditure made by the AO; &.
      ii)   Whether the CIT (A) was justified in deleting the additions made on
            account of unexplained purchases u/s 69C of the Act.

3.    In the assessee's cross objections, several grounds are raised. The majority of the

grounds relate to the issue of challenging the initiation of proceedings u/s 153C of the

Act. It was submitted by the Ld. DR that the assessee's cross objections are belated and

assessee has not filed condonation application for condoning the delay. With reference

to the above contention, it was submitted by the Ld. counsel for the assessee that the

certified true copies of the Revenue's appeals (Form 36 with the grounds of appeals)

which was filed on 06.11.2013 was not received by the assessee and assessee had filed

an application dated 17.11.2014 to the ITAT registry for providing the certified true

copies of the Revenue's appeals. In was submitted that the certified true copies of the

Revenue's appeals were furnished to the assessee on 19.11.2014 for the respective

assessment years and cross objections were filed on 24.11.2014 within the prescribed
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                                                                         C.O. Nos. 329/D/2014
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time limit. The Director of the assessee's company has also filed an affidavit to this

effect. The relevant portion of the affidavit filed by the Director of the assessee's

company reads as follows:-

      "1.   That, on 18.11.2014 `PVK Marketing Private Limited (formerly known as :
            Extra Marketing Private Limited) has filed an application dated 17.11.2014 for
            providing the certified true copies of Revenue's Appeals (Form 36 with
            Grounds of Appeals) filed on 06.11.2013 in ITA Nos. 5986/Del-2013 to
            5991/Del-2013, with ITAT, New Delhi.
      2.    That, the assessee company deposited the prescribed fees of Rs.40/- each on
            18.11.2014 for each assessment year, starting from AY. 2003-04 to AY. 2008-09
            vide challan Nos. 44222, 44238, 43945, 44276, 44296 and 44309.
      3.    That, the assessee company was provided the certified true copies of Revenue's
            appeals (Form 36 with Grounds of Appeals) on 19.11.2014 for the AY. 2003-04
            to AY.2008-09.
      4.    That the assessee company filed cross objections on 24.11.2014 vide CO. Nos.
            329/Del-2014 for the AY. 2003-04; 330/Del-2014 for the AY. 2004-05; 331/Del-
            2014 for the AY. 2005-06; 332/Del-2014 for the AY. 2006-07; 333/Del-2014 for
            the AY. 2007-08; and 334/Del-2014 for the AY. 2008-09.
      5.    That, the assessee company did not receive any other copies of Revenue's
            Appeals (Form 36 with Grounds of Appeals) other than the copies as mentioned
            in para 3 hereinabove."


4.    In view of above mentioned facts, there is no delay in filing these cross objections

and accordingly we proceed to dispose of the cross objections on merit.

5.    At the very outset, the ld. Counsel for the assessee, referring to the grounds raised

in the COs, submitted that the assessments made u/s 153C of the Act were invalid, since

satisfaction was not recorded by the AO in the files of the searched person prior to

initiation of proceedings u/s 153C of the Act. The said issue, it was submitted, was

covered in favour of the assessee by the orders of the Coordinate Benches of this

Tribunal which, in turn, had placed reliance on the judgment of the Hon'ble
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                                                                    C.O. Nos. 329/D/2014
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jurisdictional High Court in the case of M/s. Pepsico India Holding Pvt. Ltd v. ACIT

reported in 367 ITR (673)/122 (Del) .

6.    The ld. DR present was duly heard. The ld. DR has given a written submission

with reference to the issues raised by the ld. AR.

7.    In rejoinder, the Ld. counsel for the assessee submitted that the written

submission filed in the instant case is identical to the written submission filed by the

Revenue in the case of Tanvir Finance & Leasing Ltd. in ITA Nos. 14 to 17/Del/2014 &

CO Nos.399 & 400/Del/2014 order dated 27.02.2015. It was submitted by the Ld. AR

after considering the written submission filed by the Revenue, the matter was decided

against the Revenue on identical facts and circumstances of the instant case. The Ld.

DR was unable to controvert the above contention of the Ld. AR.

8.    We have heard the rival submissions and perused the materials on record. The

search and seizure operations u/s 132 of the Act was carried out in the cases of Sri

B.K.Dhingra, Poonam Dhingra and M/s. Madhusudan Buildcon (P) Limited on

20.10.2008. The AO recorded satisfaction Note for issuing Notice u/s 153C of the Act

to the assessee on 5.7.2010 and the Notice u/s 153C of the Act was issued to the

assessee on 8.7.2010. In response, the assessee filed returns of income for all the six

assessment years under dispute. The satisfaction Note for initiation of proceedings u/s

153C of the Act against the assessee is placed at page 5 of the Paper Book filed by the

assessee. The satisfaction Note recorded by the AO reads as follows:
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                                                                              C.O. Nos. 329/D/2014
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              "Satisfaction Note for Issuing Notice u/s 153C of the I.T. Act, 1961 in the case of
              M/s Extra Marketing Pvt. Ltd., Khasra No.34/7, Village Dera Mandi, Tehsil
              Meharauli, New Delhi, AABCE7963J for A.Y. 2003-04 to 2008-09.

05/07/2010    Documents at pages 46-90 of Annexure A ­ 35 seized by the Party R-2 from the
              premises at F-6/5, Vasant Vihar, New Delhi, during the course of search
              conducted u/s 132 of the IT Act, 1961, on 20.10.2008 in the case of Sh. B.K.
              Dhingra, Smt. Poonam Dhingra, M/s. Madhusudan Buildcon Pvt. Ltd have been
              found to belong to M/s. Extra Marketing Pvt. Ltd 34/7, Village Dera Mandi, Tehsil
              Meharauli, New Delhi, which has not been covered u/s 132 of the IT Act, 1961.
              Accordingly, in terms of provisions of section 153C of the Act, notices u/s 153C
              are hereby issued for the AY 2003-04 to 2008-09 in the case of M/s. M/s Extra
              Marketing Pvt. Ltd. The case was centralized in the Central Circle-17, New Delhi
              vide orders 14/Dec/09 of CIT-IV, New Delhi.
                                                       DCIT, Central Circle ­ 17, New Delhi."

9.    On the basis of RTI application of the assessee, a letter was issued by the AO

[F.NO.DCIT/CC-17/RTI/2013-14/122 dated 10.6.2013] stating that `no satisfaction' is

recorded in the file of the searched person for initiation of proceedings u/s 153C of the

Act in the case of the assessee. The letter of the AO reads as follows:

             "Sub: Application for seeking information under RTI Act, 2005 ­ reg ­
             Please refer to your application on the above mentioned subject.
             2. From the assessment records of Sh. Bhupesh Kumar Dhingra which is covered
             under section 153A, for the asst. years from 2003-04 to 2008-09 (block period), it is
             noticed that there is no `satisfaction note' available/recorded in respect of other
             entities.
             ............................................."

      Similar letter addressed to the other searched persons, namely, Smt. Poonam

Dhingra and M/s. Madhusudan Buildcon Pvt. Ltd are also placed on record at pages 4

and 5 of the PB filed by the assessee.

10.    The contention of the ld. Counsel of the assessee was that it is apparent from the

assessment records of the searched entities that the required `satisfaction Note' under
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section 153C of the Act was not recorded by the assessing officer of the searched

persons/entities.

11.   This issue raised by the Ld. counsel for the assessee is no longer res integra. The

Co-ordinate Benches of this Tribunal have considered an identical issue to that of the

present matter under dispute in their orders.         The details of the orders of the earlier

Benches of this Tribunal are as under:

      (i)     Tanvir Collections Pvt. Ltd v. ACIT [ITA No.2421/Del/2014 dated: 16.1.2015];
      (ii)    DCIT v. M/s. Aakash Arogya Mindir P. Ltd [ITA Nos. 5437 to 5442/Del/2013
              dated: 28.11.2014]; &
      (iii)   ACIT v. Inlay Marketing Pvt. Ltd [ITA Nos.4200 to 4202/Del/2012 & 4197 to
              4199/Del/2012 dated: 14.11.2014]
      (iv)    DCIT Vs. Tanvir Finance & Leasing Ltd. (ITA Nos.14 to 17/Del/2014, CO Nos.
              268 to 271/Del/2014 & ITA Nos. 3317 & 3318/Del/2014 dated 27.02.2015).


12.   In the case of Tanvir Finance & Leasing Ltd. (supra), the coordinate Bench of

this Tribunal had decided the issue in favour of the assessee. Since the facts and the

contentions considered by the Revenue in the case of Tanvir Finance & Leasing Ltd.

(supra) is identical to the present case, the finding of the Tribunal in the case of

Tanvir Finance & Leasing Ltd. (Supra) is reproduced below:-

      "4.             We have heard the rival submissions and perused the relevant material
      on record. We have also taken into consideration the written submissions filed by the
      ld. DR on 27.02.2012. It is manifest from the assessment orders for the years under
      consideration that a search was carried out u/s 132 of the Act on Sh. B.K. Dhingra,
      Smt. Poonam Dhingra & M/s Madhusudan Buildcon Pvt. Ltd. and in such search
      proceedings, some incriminating documents belonging to the assessee were found
      which led to the making of the instant assessments u/s 153C of the Act. In order to
      properly appreciate the contention made by the ld. AR on this score, we consider it
      expedient to consider the so-called satisfaction recorded by the AO. There is no dispute
      that the satisfaction has been recorded for all the years under consideration in mutatis
      mutandis similar manner. For the sake of reference and on a representative basis, we
      are reproducing the satisfaction recorded for the A.Y. 2003-04, as under:
                                                                     ITA Nos. 5986Del/2013
                                                                      C.O. Nos. 329/D/2014
                                                                                             7




" Satisfaction Note for Issuing Notice u/s 153C of the I.T. Act, 1961 in the case of
M/s Tanveer Finance & Leasing Ltd., WZ 13, Street No. 18, Krishna Park, Tilak
Nagar, New Delhi, PAN No. for A.Y. 2003-04 to 2008-09.

05/07/2010 Documents at pages 231 ­ 329 of Annexure of A-23 and at pages 61 to
154 of Annexure A-32 seized by the Party R-2 from the premises at F 6/5, Vasant
Vihar, New Delhi during the course of search conducted u/s 132 of the I.T. Act, 1961
on 20/10/2008 in the case of Sh. B.K. Dhingra, Smt. Poonam Dhingra, M/s
Madhusudan Buildcon P. Ltd. have been found to belong to M/s Tanveer Finance &
Leasing Ltd., WZ 13, Street No. 18, Krishna Park, Tilak Nagar, New Delhi which
has not been covered u/s 132 of the I.T. Act, 1961. Accordingly, in terms of
provisions of sec. 153C of the Act, notices u/s 153C are hereby issued for the A.Y.
2003-04 to 2008-09 in the case of M/s Tanveer Finance & Leasing Ltd. The case was
centralized in the Central Circle ­ 17, New Delhi vide orders dated 03.11.2009 of
CIT-VI, New Delhi.
                                                                                 Sd/-
                                                 DCIT, Central Circle-17, New Delhi

5.      The view canvassed by the ld. AR is that no satisfaction was recorded by the AO
of the three persons searched and the above satisfaction was recorded in the file of and
by the AO of the assessee only. To substantiate this contention, the ld. AR invited our
attention towards pages 10A to 10C of the paper book, being copies of the reply given
by the Deputy Commissioner of Income Tax, Central Circle-17, New Delhi in response
to the applications filed by Sh. B.K. Dhingra, Smt. Poonam Dhingra and M/s
Madhusudan Buildcon P. Ltd. under the provisions of RTI Act, 2005. The relevant
part of the reply given to Sh. B.K. Dhingra, which is similar to that given to the other
two persons also, is reproduced as under:
     "2. From the assessment records of Sh. Bhupesh Kumar Dhingra, which is
    covered u/s 153A, for the assessment years from 2003-04 to 2008-09 (Block
    period) it is noticed that there is no `satisfaction note' available/recorded in
    respect of other entities.
    3. In case you intend to file the appeal, you may file the same before the
    Addl. CIT, Central Range-2, 3rd Floor, ARA Centre, E-2, Jhandewalan, New
    Delhi within 30 days from receipt of this letter."

6.     From the above reproduced satisfaction recorded by the AO of the assessee and
the reply given under the RTI Act to the three persons who were searched u/s 132, it
becomes apparent that no satisfaction was recorded by the AO of the persons searched
before embarking upon the assessments of the assessee.
7.     At this stage, we want to clarify that certain cases in which the assessments
were framed u/s 153C of the Act on some entities pursuant to search on Sh. B.K.
Dhingra, Smt. Poonam Dhingra & M/s Madhusudan Buildcon Pvt. Ltd. in identical
circumstances, came up for consideration before the Tribunal. In all these cases
similar objections were raised by the assessee to the effect that no proper satisfaction
was recorded by the AO of such assessees. The Tribunal has disposed of such cases
including Tanvir Collections Pvt. Ltd. vs. ACIT (ITA No. 2421/Del/2014), DCIT vs.
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                                                                      C.O. Nos. 329/D/2014
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Inlay Marketing Pvt. Ltd. (ITA No. 4197/D/2012) and more recently DCIT vs. G.S.
Findings & Investment Pvt. Ltd. (ITA No. 5980/D/2013) by uniformly holding, inter
alia, as under : -


i.     The recording of satisfaction by the AO having jurisdiction over the persons
       searched is an essential and pre-requisite condition for giving jurisdiction to
       the AO of the "other person".
ii.    Such satisfaction is required to be recorded by the AO of the persons
       searched and not the "other person" .
iii.   Assessments made without recording proper satisfaction are null and void.
iv.    Even if the AO of the persons searched and the "other person" is same, it is
       only the AO of the persons searched who is obliged to record satisfaction in
       his capacity as the AO of the person searched.

8.      After considering the arguments made by both the sides, on the lines similar to
those which have been made before us also, the Tribunal in the above orders has
quashed the assessments so made by declaring them void ab initio for lack of proper
jurisdiction.
9.      It is pertinent to mention that the same three persons, viz., Sh. B.K. Dhingra,
Smt. Poonam Dhingra & M/s Madhusudan Buildcon Pvt. Ltd., were searched in all
the above cases and the AOs of those assessees' recorded satisfaction in the same
manner as has been done in the instant case. No satisfaction was recorded by the AOs
of the persons searched. All the submissions made before us are similar to those made
in the above cases. Since there is no difference in the facts and legal position of the
cases under consideration vis-a-vis those already considered and decided by the
Tribunal, respectfully following the precedents, we set aside the assessment and the
consequential impugned orders on the ground of lack of proper jurisdiction of the AO.
10.     Before parting with these appeals, we would like to record some further
arguments made by the ld. DR. She vehemently argued that the Appraisal report
clearly mentions that the assessee was to be taxed u/s 153C along with other several
persons and the persons searched were liable to tax u/s 153A. In this view of the
matter, she contended that such appraisal report should be considered as depicting a
satisfaction.
11.     We are unable to accept this submission because an Appraisal report does not
confer jurisdiction on the AO to frame assessment on the `other persons'. It is only the
recording of proper satisfaction by the AO of the person searched that the documents
found from such person searched belong to the "other person", that the AO of the
`other person' acquires jurisdiction to frame the assessment. Appraisal report is no
substitute of satisfaction of the AO of the person searched.
12.    The ld. DR further submitted that the Tribunal should not take a hyper
technical view on the question of recording satisfaction and hence the proceedings
should be allowed to continue since huge amounts are involved in the racket, which
was unearthed by the search party.
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                                                                        C.O. Nos. 329/D/2014
                                                                                               9



13.     We duly appreciate the concern of the ld. DR for the exchequer. But we are
reminded of the basic principle enshrined in Article 265 of the Constitution that no tax
can be collected without authority of law. There can be no assessment in the absence of
a proper jurisdiction of the authority. The question of jurisdiction is a very important
aspect, which cannot be equated with a technical issue. Similar contention raised by
the ld. DR has been elaborately dealt with by the Tribunal in the case of Tanvir
Collections P. Ltd. (supra). We, therefore, do not approve this contention.
14.     The contention of the ld. DR that the hearing of the instant appeals be blocked
because the request for the constitution of special bench in Konnar Enterprises Pvt.
Ltd. (ITA no. 4141/Del/2012 etc.) is pending consideration, is not acceptable. It can be
noticed that the tribunal has uniformally decided the issue in the manner as stated
above and there is no conflicting decision on the set of facts which are under
consideration. Further, the ld. AR has submitted that the issue in the case of Konnar
Enterprises Ltd. is entirely different and has no bearing to the facts of the instant case.
15.     The next contention urged by the ld. DR is that the Tribunal in some other
cases has held that where the AO of the persons searched and the "other person" is
same, then there is no need to record such satisfaction. This contention cannot be
countenanced because the same has been rejected by the Tribunal in all the above
listed cases. As the facts and circumstances of the present case are identical with those
of Tanvir Collections and Inlay etc., in which such contention has not found favour
with the tribunal, we prefer to go with a view taken by the Tribunal in these decisions.
16.     As regards the proposal of the Revenue to file Miscellaneous application in the
case of Tanvir Collection, we find that no such Miscellaneous application has so far
been filed. Further, the contention that the order in the case of Inlay Marketing is per
incurium, has been dealt with by the tribunal in the case of Tanvir Collection, by
holding that there is no flaw in such order.
17.     The other objections taken by the ld. DR in her written submissions are
nothing but reiteration of the points argued earlier, which have been elaborately dealt
with in the above referred tribunal orders.
18.     In view of the foregoing discussion and respectfully following the above
tribunal orders, we set aside the assessment and the impugned orders for the reason
that the AO of the persons searched, namely, Sh. B.K. Dhingra, Smt. Poonam Dhingra
& M/s Madhusudan Buildcon Pvt. Ltd. did not record any satisfaction that some
money, bullion, jewellery or books of account or other documents found from these
persons belonged to the assessee. The absence of such satisfaction, in our considered
opinion, did not translate into conferring a valid and lawful jurisdiction to the AO of
the assessee to proceed with the matter of assessment u/s 153C of the Act for all the
years under consideration.
19.    In view of our decision on the above preliminary legal issue, there is no need to
examine the other legal issues raised by the assessee or the merits of the case as
contested in the present appeals.
20.   In the result, all the appeals of the assessee are allowed and those of the
Revenue are dismissed."
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                                                                   C.O. Nos. 329/D/2014
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13.   In the case of M/s. Aakash Arogya Mindir P. Ltd v. DCIT (supra), the earlier

Bench of this Tribunal had followed the judgment of the Hon'ble jurisdictional High

Court in the case of Pepsi Foods P. Ltd v. ACIT (sic) Pepsico India Holding Pvt. Ltd

v. ACIT [source: Para 6 on page 6 of the order dt.28.11.2014].

14.   In the light of the judgment of the Hon'ble jurisdictional High Court in the case

of Pepsico India Holding Pvt. Ltd v. ACIT (supra) and also the findings of the earlier

Benches of this Tribunal (supra), we hold that since there was no `satisfaction Note' by

the AO of searched person prior to initiation of proceedings u/s 153C of the Act, the

assessments concluded on the assessee u/s 153C of the Act r.w.s 153A of the Act lack

jurisdiction and the same are hereby quashed.

15.   In substance, the ground No.1 of the assessee's C.Os is allowed. Since the C.O

of the assessee is partly allowed, the grounds raised by the Revenue in its appeals with

reference to the merits of the case are not adjudicated.

16.   In the result:

      (i)    The assessee's C.Os for the assessment years 2003-04 to 2008-09 are
             partly allowed as indicated above; &
      (ii)   The Revenue's appeals are not adjudicated and hence dismissed as
             infructuous, since the assessment orders passed u/s 153C r.w.s. 153A of
             the Act for the assessment years 2003-04 to 2008-09 were quashed.
      The decision was pronounced in the open Court on 18th March, 2015.

          Sd/-                                                      Sd/-
       (N.K. SAINI)                                        (GEORGE GEORGE K.)
      Accountant Member                                        Judicial Member

Dated: 18th March, 2015.
Aks/-
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                                 C.O. Nos. 329/D/2014
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Copy forwarded to
1.   Appellant
2.   Respondent
3.   CIT
4.   CIT(A)
5.   DR
                    Asst. Registrar, ITAT, New Delhi

 
 
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