Under the fourth slab, a person earning more than Rs208,333.33 per month but less than Rs291,666.66 is liable
to pay a fixed sum of Rs16,250 and 17.5% of the amount exceeding Rs208,333.33 per month from the next fiscal year.
(We hold them administratively liable
because it's their job.
The court, however, said that the return of the money was pursuant to Article 100 of the Revised Penal Code, which states that "every person criminally liable
for a felony is also civilly liable
." The same law did not state whether a person cleared of criminal liability could no longer be held for civil liability.
The Supreme Court's decision in Mohamud v W M Morrison Supermarkets , found that the employer was liable
for the acts of an employee who assaulted a customer on a petrol station forecourt.
According to this classical approach, companies could not be criminally prosecuted nor found criminally liable
for offences committed by their employees or managers.
While it modified the previous rulings, the panel headed by COA Chairman Michael Aguinaldo upheld that retrenched PNCC employees and officials who approved the unauthorized amount of severance pay should be held liable
in returning the money to the government.
According to the FTA's statement, suppliers will be liable
for VAT in two cases: if the contract states that the amount received against the good or service is inclusive of VAT; or if the contract issued to the consumer did not refer to VAT.
In other words, persons supplying goods or services through electronic commerce operators liable
to collect tax at source would not be required to obtain registration immediately, unless liable
under Section 22 or any other category specified under Section 24 of the CGST / SGST Act, 2017 .
For example, where hospital managers ought reasonably to foresee that patients will be harmed if they do not have working radiological equipment and do not take reasonable steps to prevent such harm by ensuring that broken machines are fixed or replaced, they may be held personally liable
for harm caused to patients.
In Courtland, the plaintiff sued the franchisee and franchisor, alleging that she was sexually harassed by one of her supervisors, a franchisee employee, and that BWWI should be held vicariously liable
for those acts.
Richard Freeman-Wallace is a partner in the commercial property department at Hay & Kilner COMMERCIAL property owners and tenants are reminded to keep up with insurance obligations following the ruling of the Court of Appeal in the case of Wyvern Tyres, where a fire spread next door, with judges saying the company was not liable
for damage to adjoining property.
An employee who earns less than $200,000 but thinks he or she will be liable
for the tax should make estimated tax payments or request additional withholding using Form W-4.