Format of Form No. E to file appeal with Commissioner of Wealth Tax against the order of Assessing Officer

Appeal against the order of Wealth Tax Assessing Officer can be filed with the Commission of Wealth Tax in form No. E. The appeal should be filed within 30 days of receipt of Assessment Order passed by the Assessing Officer.

 

 

FORM NO.E

[See Rule 5 of the Wealth Tax Rules, 1957]

FORM OF APPEAL TO THE COMMISSIONER (APPEALS)

UNDER SECTION 23 OF THE WEALTH TAX ACT, 1957.

WEALTH TAX RANGE _________________________________

+WTA No.                                                             of


1.Name and address of the appellant

 2.Permanent Account Number / GIR No.

3.Assessment year in connection with which
   the appeal is preferred.

4.Asessing Officer / Valuation Officer passing
   the order appealed against

5.Where valuation of any asset has been referred
   to the Valuation Officer, designation
   and address of such Valuation Officer

6.Section and sub-section of the Wealth-tax Act,
   1957, under which the Assessing
   Officer / Valuation Officer passed
   the order appealed against and the
   date of such order

7.Where the appeal relates to any assessment,
   penalty/fine, the date of service
   of the relevant notice of demand

8.In any other case, the date of service of the
   intimation of the order appealed
   against

9.Section of the Wealth-tax Act, 1957, under
   which the appeal is preferred

10.Where return has been filed by the appellant
   for the assessment year in
   connection with which the appeal
   is preferred, whether tax due on
   the net wealth returned has been
   paid in full. (If the answer is in
   the affirmative, give details of
   the date of payment and amount paid).

* Relief claimed in appeal

** Where an appeal in relation to any other assessment
      year is pending in the case of the appellant with any
      Commissioner (Appeals), give the details as to the -

      (a) Commissioner (Appeals) with whom the appeal
            is pending

      (b) Assessment year in connection with which the
            appeal has been preferred

      (c) Assessing Officer / Valuation Officer passing
            the order appealed against

      (d) Section and sub-section of the Act, under
            which the Assessing Officer / Valuation Officer
            passed the order appealed against and the dateof such order

11. Address to which the notices may be sent to
      the appellant

(APPELLANT)

___________________________________________________________________________

STATEMENT OF FACTS *


GROUNDS OF APPEAL*

 

(APPELLANT)

___________________________________________________________________________

FORM OF VERIFICATION

I,______________________________________________________

____________________ the appellant, do hereby declare that what is stated above is true to the best of my information and belief.

Date:

Place :

(APPELLANT)

 

(STATUS OF THE APPELLANT)

 

Notes:

 

1. The form of appeal, grounds of appeal and the form of verification appended thereto shall be signed by a person in accordance with the provisions of section 15A of the  Wealth-tax Act, 1957.

2. The memorandum of appeal, statement of facts and the grounds of appeal must be in duplicate and should be accompanied by a copy of the order appealed against and the notice of demand in original, if any.

3. Delete the inappropriate words.

4. + The particulars will be filled in, in the office of the Commissioner (Appeals).

5.* If the space provided herein is insufficient, separate enclosures may be used for the purpose.

6. ** If appeals are pending in relation to more than one assessment year, separate particulars in respect of each assessment year may be given.

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