under scrutiny

*under (close) scrutiny

Fig. being watched or examined closely. (*Typically: be ~; have someone or something ~; keep someone or something ~.) The suspect was kept under scrutiny throughout the investigation.
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The assessing officer (AO) then issues notice to the assessee for production of additional documents and proofs to review the case and such an exercise is to be completed in quick time and the taxman "cannot travel beyond" the specific issue under scrutiny.
Arguably, depending on the nature of the legislation under scrutiny, rights criteria applied in the pre-legislative scrutiny of legislation should also form the basis for post-enactment scrutiny.
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