"17 November 2023" Archive - Page 5

Relying on statement without following procedure u/s 9D of Central Excise Act unsustainable

Commissioner Vs Bonafide Arts Pvt Ltd (CESTAT Delhi)

CESTAT Delhi held that denial of CENVAT Credit alleging non-receipt of goods based on statements without following procedure prescribed under section 9D of the Central Excise Act, 1944 is unjustified and unsustainable in law....

Provisions of section 14A & 74H of Kerala Co-operative Societies Act is within legislative competence

U.A. Lathif MLA Vs State of Kerala (Kerala High Court)

Kerala High Court held that the provisions i.e. Sections 14A & 74H of the Kerala Co-operative Societies Act, 1969 not relating to any aspect of banking are within the legislative competence of the State Legislature....

All about Electronic Cargo Tracking System of Customs

CBIC has been instrumental in adopting the Electronic Cargo Tracking System (ECTS) to reduce border delays with GPS tracking and live seal integrity monitoring. Get the full story!...

Posted Under: Excise Duty |

Export Through E-Sealing and Direct Port Entry

Optimizing exports with e-seals & Direct Port Entry - CBIC enables trust-based environment with self-stuffed containers and e-Seal. Learn more....

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All about Direct Port Delivery (DPD)

CBIC's Direct Port Delivery scheme has dramatically reduced logistics costs & dwell time. Learn more about DPD & its impact on EXIM clearances in India....

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Import of Goods at Concessional Rate of Duty or for Specified End Use (IGCRS)

Learn how new amendments ensure contactless import of goods at concessional rate of duty or for specific end use with Customs Rules 2022!...

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IGST not leviable on re-import of goods which were exported for exhibition

Heeralal Chhaganlal Tank Vs Commissioner Of Customs (CESTAT Delhi)

CESTAT Delhi held that the goods exported under LUT are admittedly imported within six months of the export then there is no liability to pay tax on re-import....

Wireless Access Point classifiable under 8517 62 90 is entitled for Basic Customs Duty exemption

Commissioner of Customs Vs Beetal Teletech Limited (CESTAT Delhi)

CESTAT Delhi held that Wireless Access Point is classifiable under Customs Tariff Item 8517 62 90 and accordingly is entitled to exemption from Basic Customs Duty under serial no. 13 of notification dated 01.03.2005 as amended by notification dated 11.07.2014....

Form GSTR-3B Return Filing Procedure

Understand the Form GSTR-3B Return Filing Procedure for Normal Taxpayers, including how to login, navigate to Form GSTR-3B and declare GST liabilities on www.gst.gov.in....

Remission of Duties and Taxes on Exported Products (RoDTEP) Scheme

Learn about the RoDTEP scheme, a Department of Commerce program implemented in 2021 for rebates on exports. Get updated information from November 2023 for Central, State, and local duties/taxes/levies....

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