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Updates found with 'trademark registration process'

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Updates found with 'trademark registration process'

Marriage Registration-Compulsory?How many of us understand the importance of registration of a marriage. Registration of marriage is not an option anymore. Marriage certificate will be required as proof of marriage in all government and official documentation. Making a passport, applying for a Visa are small examples . The maiden names of women may be changed after marriage and it becomes even more important since all the earlier personal identification documents like pan card, voter card , drivers license etc may be registered in the earlier family name. The Supreme Court of India has ordered the compulsory registration of all marriages in India, irrespective of the religion of the couple getting married. It has given states and union territories that have not yet enacted the rule, in accordance with its 2006 orders, a deadline of three months to frame rules to implement the compulsory registration. The court directed the states and central government to notify the procedure for compulsory marriage registrations within three months. This can be done by amending the existing rules or by framing new ones. Objections from the public shall be invited for one month thereafter, the court said. When the Indian government enacts a comprehensive statute on the issue, it shall be placed before the apex court for its scrutiny, the Bench added. The age and marital status (unmarried, divorced, widowed) of the couples shall be clearly stated in the registration form, the court said. An officer appointed under the rules shall be authorised to register marriages and the consequences of non-registration of marriage or filing a false declaration shall be provided for in the rules, the Bench stated.In February 2006, the court held that compulsory registration of marriages of all religions would be a step in the right direction for the prevention of child marriage -- a practice that is still widespread in many parts of the country. It said that one way to curb the practice was to make it legally binding on all couples to register their marriages, mentioning their ages at the time.Marriage Registration-Compulsory?The Supreme Court of India has ordered the compulsory registration of all marriages in India, irrespective of the religion of the couple getting married. It has given states and union territories that have not yet enacted the rule, in accordance with its 2006 orders, a deadline of three months to frame rules to implement the compulsory registration. The court directed the states and central government to notify the procedure for compulsory marriage registrations within three months. This can be done by amending the existing rules or by framing new ones. Objections from the public shall be invited for one month thereafter, the court said. When the Indian government enacts a comprehensive statute on the issue, it shall be placed before the apex court for its scrutiny, the Bench added. The age and marital status (unmarried, divorced, widowed) of the couples shall be clearly stated in the registration form, the court said. An officer appointed under the rules shall be authorised to register marriages and the consequences of non-registration of marriage or filing a false declaration shall be provided for in the rules, the Bench stated.In February 2006, the court held that compulsory registration of marriages of all religions would be a step in the right direction for the prevention of child marriage -- a practice that is still widespread in many parts of the country. It said that one way to curb the practice was to make it legally binding on all couples to register their marriages, mentioning their ages at the time.
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No more sending ITR-V by post after income tax filing – Verification with Aadhar card introducedCBDT vide its circular no 41/2015 dated 15.04.2015 recently announced that taxpayers who filed their income tax returns online will no longer have to send the paper acknowledgement by post to CPC Bangalore, if they have aadhar card which can be used for verification purpose.Instead of manual verification, a new Electronic Verification Code has been introduced to verify the e-returns. For that one will have to mention their aadhar card number in ITR form, and tax-payer will get an OTP number on their mobile for verification, which needs to be completed on the website of tax filing. Below is a snapshot of the new ITR form where aadhar card number is asked in case you have it.ITRV1Issues with the legacy systemEarlier the process was like this. Once you e-filed your tax returns, you then had to send the acknowledgement copy within 120 days to CPC Bangalore. Only those who had signatures could do verification online, but it was very rare, hence millions of tax-payers had to take the pain of manually sending the form. However, the old system was not robust and a big number of people used to get messages that their acknowledgement has not reached tax department and other manual errors used to happen.New systemWith the introduction of this new system, things will be simplified and even faster. Now the process will be as simple as filing the tax returns online and they will get a one time password for verification purpose on the registered mobile number, which has to be used for verification on the website of tax department. That would complete the process of verification.FLOWIf assessee don’t have Aadhar Card?Assessee can always send the physical documents to CPC, Bangalore like you did earlier. Assessee can do that even if he/she have aadhar card. This new system of verification is just an alternative way for those who have aadhar card. CA.Rajiv Shukla
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