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Seeking FTO's support, he said that huge pendency in refund regime has slowed down the growth pace and if that amounts are released, exporters can deploy the capital towards expanding businesses, which in turn will help Pakistan's export earnings grow.
The Survey attempts to make a preliminary enquiry at highlighting the developments based on new data compiled for the survey, which it says are simple and stark:- High number of delays and pendency of economic cases in the Supreme Court, Economic Tribunals and Tax department are taking severe toll on the economy, in terms of stalled projects, mounting legal costs, contested tax revenues and reduced investment.
Chairmen told to avoid any pendency and ensure legislation before expiry of half of its members' tenure
Meanwhile, during the celebration of 150 years of the Allahabad High Court, the CJI raised the issue of pendency of cases in courts, including in the Supreme Court, and the shortage of judges, and said he was taking steps to reduce the burden on the judiciary.
The petitioner invoked the case of De La Rama, where the high court ruled that hospital arrest fell short of meeting or accomplishing the humanitarian purpose or reason underlying the doctrine adopted by modern trend of courts' decisions which permit bail to prisoners, irrespective of the nature and merits of the charge against them, if their continuous confinement during the pendency of their case would be injurious to their health or endanger their life.
In a circular communicated to the Regional NABs for strict compliance, concern has been raised that despite hard earned taxpayer's money being spent on NAB, it has not been able to decrease pendency rate which depicts low productivity of the Organization.
The pendency in courts is not declining because filing of cases is either equal or more than the disposal," he added.
The protection afforded by a "lis pendens," or notice of pendency of an action between the property owner and the vendor, is generally that it places the outside world on actual and constructive notice that if they buy the property or loan money and take a mortgage, that they may be doing so subject to the lien.
For that reason, adjusters must continue to treat an insured fairly through the pendency of the claim and any related litigation.
It is added that the government has been able to contain the problem of refund pendency despite the increase in taxpayer population and increase in tax payments.
2016 on the issue of Recovery of confirmed demand of tax during the pendency of stay application in relation to indirect taxes.