Joint Development Agreements (JDA) are prevalent in India as they are beneficial both for the owner and the developer. The owner gets a better built house and the developer gets his remuneration either in the form of a part of the building or money. Under a typical joint development agreement, land owner contributes his land and enters into an arrangement with the developer to develop and construct a real estate project at the developer’s cost.
- Suraj Nangia, Partner contributed an article on Joint development agreement and what triggers income tax liability for Financial Express
- Suraj Nangia, Partner with inputs from Mansi Chopra, Manager – Direct Taxation contributed an article on Mobilisation/Demobilisation charges from part of “receipts” under section 44BB for Corporate Professionals Today(Taxmann)
- Suraj Nangia, Partner shares his views on the queries raised by Financial Express readers