Rayala Corporation Pvt. Ltd vs. ACIT (Supreme Court)

S. 28: Income from letting of property on rent by an assessee engaged in the business of letting is assessable as “business profits” u/s 28 and not as “Income from house property” u/s 22

The issue involved in these appeals is no more res integra as this Court has decided in the case of Chennai Properties and Investments Ltd. v. Commissioner of Income Tax [2015] 373 ITR 673 (SC) that if an assessee is having his house property and by way of business he is giving the property on rent and if he is receiving rent from the said property as his business income, the said income, even if in the nature of rent, should be treated as “Business Income” because the assessee is having a business of renting his property and the rent which he receives is in the nature of his business income

Rayala Corporation Pvt. Ltd vs. ACIT (Supreme Court)

 

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