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Public Trust Balance sheet from Income Tax dept- High Court of Gujarat

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I attach judgement dated 26-11-2010 of High Court of Gujarat permitting disclosure of balance sheet of public trust by Income Tax Dept. There is important clarification on section 11 also at para 8.

 

 

IN THE HIGH COURT OF GUJARAT AT AHMEDABAD

 

SPECIAL CIVIL APPLICATION No. 7538 of 2010

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