Income Tax Act, 1967.

Temporary residents.

206.—A person shall not be charged to tax under Schedule D as a person residing in the State, in respect of profits or gains received in respect of possessions or securities outside the State, who is in the State for some temporary purpose only, and not with any view or intent of establishing his residence therein, and who has not actually resided in the State at one time or several times for a period equal in the whole to six months in any year of assessment, but if any such person resides in the State for the aforesaid period he shall be so chargeable for that year.