:: Volume 9, Issue 29 (3-2022) ::
qjal 2022, 9(29): 151-171 Back to browse issues page
A Critique of the commentary on the prescription of transfer tax and the right to convey from High Council of Tax
Mohammadreza Abbasi, Hamidreza Salehi *
Abstract:   (105 Views)
Due to the unregulated transactions concluded in accordance with the simplification law, the Tax Administration has not been able to access the information of such documents, thereby despite the expiration of a long time, the relevant reports of transfer tax and the right to convey have not been prepared for many of those transactions. Here, a question arises that whether these types of transactions are subject to tax prescription? The majority of the High Council of tax distinguishes transfer tax from the right to convey, they argue that: A) Transfer tax is not included in the income taxes. B) The owners have not performed their duties in such transactions, and contrary to the right to convey, they assumed that the relevant transfers are not subject to prescription. This argument does not seem correct, given that, according to the Tax Law, none of them prevent prescription. This article is based on a descriptive-analytical method and it explains that there are two reasons implying transfer tax and the right to convey are not subject to prescription. A) The time period of prescription shall be determined from the maturity date, and under the simplification law the due date of this type of transaction is considered to be subsequent to the date of making the document, and it is unclear. B) The principle is that they are not subject to the prescription.
Keywords: Prescription, the right to convey, transfer, High Council of tax.
     
Type of Study: Research | Subject: Special



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