Tax litigation demands specialized knowledge since it involves a wide variety of procedural and substantive legislation. A tax procedure differs from a VAT procedure, and a civil procedure differs from a criminal procedure. Each scenario has its own set of rules that are unique to that scenario.
our law firm specializes in both civil and criminal tax legislation. It is worth mentioning that, in most cases, negotiations with the relevant parties take place concurrently with the court procedures in order to end the proceedings with the best compromise for the client.
According to Section 150 (a) of the Income Tax Ordinance, an attainment must be submitted within 30 days of the day the assessment notice is issued, unless anapplication for extension of time has been made and approved on behalf of a Reacher.
Section 153 of the Income Tax Ordinance establishes a taxpayer's ability to appeal the respondent's judgment on attainment to the district court. According to Regulation 2 of the Courts (Appeals in Income Tax Matters) Regulations, anappeal against the respondent's judgment on attainment must be made within 30days after the decision's date.