If it is done for inadequate consideration, then clubbing is applicable and Income is taxable in the hands of transferor Income from Asset transferred to any other person for the benefit of Son’s Wife - Different types of Clubbing




Mrs. Kasturi transferred her immovable property to ABC Co. Ltd. subject to a condition that out of the rental income, a sum of Rs 36,000 per annum shall be utilized for the benefit of her son‟s wife. Mrs. Kasturi claims that the amount of Rs 36,000 (utilized by her son‟s wife) should not be included in her total income as she no longer owned the property. State with reasons whether the contention of Mrs. Kasturi is valid in law.

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  1. Income Tax
  2. Clubbing of Income of Other Persons

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