Section 224 of Income Tax Act "Validity of certificate and cancellation or amendment thereof"
Section 224. It shall not be open to the assessee to dispute the correctness of any certificate drawn up by the Tax Recovery Officer on any ground whatsoever, but it shall be lawful for the Tax Recovery Officer to cancel the certificate if, for any reason, he thinks it necessary so to do, or to correct any clerical or arithmetical mistake therein.
Section 225 of Income Tax Act "Validity of certificate and cancellation or amendment thereof"
Section 225. (1) It shall be lawful for the Tax Recovery Officer to grant time for the payment of any tax and when he does so, he shall stay the proceedings for the recovery of such tax until the expiry of the time so granted.
(2) Where the order giving rise to a demand of tax for which a certificate has been drawn up is modified in appeal or other proceeding under this Act, and, as a consequence thereof, the demand is reduced but the order is the subject-matter of further proceeding under this Act, the Tax Recovery Officer shall stay the recovery of such part of the amount specified in the certificate as pertains to the said reduction for the period for which the appeal or other proceeding remains pending.
(3) Where a certificate has been drawn up and subsequently the amount of the outstanding demand is reduced as a result of an appeal or other proceeding under this Act, the Tax Recovery Officer shall, when the order which was the subject-matter of such appeal or other proceeding has become final and conclusive, amend the certificate, or cancel it, as the case may be.
What is Validity of certificate and cancellation or amendment thereof? What is Stay of proceedings in pursuance of certificate and amendment or cancellation thereof? Section 224 and 225 of Income Tax Act 1961
What is Recovery of tax in pursuance of agreements with foreign countries? What is Recovery of penalties, fine, interest and other sums? What is Tax clearance certificate? Section 228A, 229 and 230 of Income Tax Act 1961