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44 : Power of Commissioner to call for information in certain cases M.P. ACT

 

44 : Power of Commissioner to call for information in certain cases
The Commissioner may, for the purposes of this Act -
 
(a) require any firm or any undivided Hindu family to furnish a statement of the names and
addresses of the partners of such firm, or of the names and addresses of the manager
and members of such family, as the case may be;
 
(b) require any person whom he has reason to believe to be a trustee, guardian, manager or
agent to furnish a statement of the name and address of the person for whom he is a
trustee, guardian, manager or agent;
 
(c) require any person whom he has reason to believe to have purchased goods from
outside or within the State of Madhya Pradesh to furnish a statement of the name and
address of the person from whom he has purchased such goods and the description and
price thereof and the manner in which they were delivered to him;
 
(d) require any person in respect of whom he has reason to believe that he has dispatched
goods to any place outside or within the State of Madhya Pradesh, to furnish a
statement of the name and address of the person to whom he has dispatched such
goods and of the description and price thereof.
 

 

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