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"November, 1996" Archive - Page 2

Introduction of Selective Audit – Instructions regardin

Circular No. 267/101/96- Central Excise 13/11/1996

Circular No. 267/101/96-CX Selective Audit of duty paying units other than those in SSI sector and medium scale units will ordinarily be conducted by Audit groups located at the Commissionerate Head quarters about once a year for all major units. However, in some Commissionerates, some Audit Parties may function from important industrial...

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Circular No. 266/100/96-Central Excise, Dated: 12.11.1996

Circular No. 266/100/96- Central Excise 12/11/1996

Circular No. 266/100/96-CX 13(a) As reported by audit the number of provisional assessment cases pending finalisation has almost doubled in 30 Commissionerates. during last 3 years (from 7720 in 1992-93 to 14384 in 1994-95). Was the delay in finalisation of provisional assessment ever reviewed at Board/ Ministry level or any study got ...

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Movement of inputs/ semi-processed goods for job work under Modvat Scheme – Procedures regarding

Circular No. 265/99/96- Central Excise 12/11/1996

Circular No. 265/99/96-CX References have been received by the Board in regard to the procedure to be followed for movement of inputs/ semi processed goods for job work after insertion of Rule 57F(3A). The points raised and the clarifications ...

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Circular No. 264/98/96-Central Excise, Dated: 11.11.1996

Circular No. 264/98/96- Central Excise 11/11/1996

Circular No. 264/98/96-CX In am directed to refer to the above mentioned CEGAT Order which is reported in Excise Law Times as 1996 (81) ELT 676 (T). In this case, the Tribunal has decided that the duty paid on inputs of which Modvat Credit has been taken is not to be added in the cost of the raw material while determining the assessable ...

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Circular No. 263/97/96-Central Excise, Dated: 6.11.1996

Circular No. 263/97/96- Central Excise 06/11/1996

Circular No. 263/97/96-CX It has been brought to the notice of the board that there have been inordinate delays in acceptance of proof of exports in the cases where exports are being effected under Bond. As a result, a lot of funds of the exporters are blocked....

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Payment of rebate by cheque when deuty paid through RG23C Part II

Circular No. 262/96/96- Central Excise 06/11/1996

Circular No. 262/96/96-CX A doubt has arisen whether rebate of Central Excise duties paid on the goods exported by debit through RG 23C account, can be paid in cash/ by cheque or not. Representations have been received that on account of this doubt several claims of rebates are pending for long....

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Circular No. 261/95/96-Central Excise, Dated: 6.11.1996

Circular No. 261/95/96- Central Excise 06/11/1996

Circular No. 261/95/96-CX Attention is drawn to Notification 162/86-CE dated 1/3/86, as it was prior to 28/2/1993 which granted concessional rate of duty to saloon cars provided a certificate was required to be furnished to the satisfaction of the Assistant Collector, (now Assistance Commissioner) from the State Transport Authority to t...

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Section 20 Amendment – DGRT Notifications

Circular No. 55-Custom Duty 05/11/1996

I am directed to refer your letter F.No. S / 3-70/ 95-DP CC S / 26 - 56 / 95- A (G) dated 12-9-96 on the subject mentioned above and to enclose herewith a copy of Circular No. 21/ 11/ 92/ LS dated 30-0-1996 along with a copy of Notification dated 26-9-1996 issued by the Ministry of Commerce, Directorate General of Foreign Trade, New Delhi...

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Circular No. 260/14/96-Central Excise, Dated: 1.11.1996

Circular No. 260/14/96- Central Excise 01/11/1996

Circular No. 260/14/96-CX I am directed to say that doubts have been expressed regarding correct classification of Zinc Chrome whether under heading No. 28.41 or 32.06 of the Central Excise Tariff Act, 1985. Zinc Chrome is available in 3 varieties, viz. type 1, type 2 and type 3. Whereas type 1 has got pigmentary properties, type 2 and t...

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