Bloomberg Quint features Ravi S. Raghavan’s thoughts on the application of private international law to permit tax benefits

by | Jun 30, 2020

The Bombay High Court applied the principles of private international law to permit tax benefits under the Income Tax Act, setting a precedent for tax disputes arising from reorganization of a business under foreign laws.

Ravi S. Raghavan, Tax Counsel at Majmudar & Partners, shares his views with Bloomberg Quint – “This ruling is relevant to a legal fiction that is peculiar to conversions governed under the Delaware law”.

Read the article here.

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