Summary: New Delhi [India], July 12 (ANI): The Delhi High Court on Friday sought response from the Centre on a plea seeking seting aside of its June 26 order which mandates deduction of tax on the interest accrued on compensation granted by a Motor Accident Claims Tribunal (MACT).
Advocate and social activist Amit Sahni sought passing further directions to hold that the interest accrued upon the compensation awarded by a MACT is not taxable.
This policy with the force of a regulation is a May 16, 1995 EPA memorandum titled, "Potential to Emit (PTE) for MACT
Standards--Guidance on Timing Issues," from John Seitz, Director, Office of Air Quality Planning and Standards (OAQPS), to Regional Air Division Directors, and is commonly known as the "Once-in-Always-in" policy.
The letter urged EPA to "promptly complete and finalize an appropriate MACT
'hammer' rule [with extended deadlines], and ...
This "regulation" is a May 16,1995 EPA memorandum titled, "Potential to Emit for MACT Standards-Guidance on Timing Issues," from John Seitz, director, Office of Air Quality Planning and Standards (OAQPS), to Regional Air Division Directors--commonly known as the "Once-in, Always-in" memo.
Sources below this threshold are considered "area sources." Under the "Once-in, Always-in" policy, a major source may become an area source by limiting its PTE HAP to below the major source thresholds by no later than the first compliance deadline listed under the applicable Maximum Achievable Control Technology (MACT) standard (also referred to as National Emission Standards for Hazardous Air Pollutants or NESHAP).
These standards specify Maximum Achievable Control Technology, and are commonly known as MACT