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 NCLAT dismisses appeal of Tax department for casual attitude & non-prosecution

Excise and Taxation Department Vs Allied Strips Ltd. & Anr. (NCLAT)

Excise and Taxation Department Vs Allied Strips Ltd. & Anr. (NCLAT) This case has been called out after a pass over but no one has put in appearance on behalf of the Appellant. It seems that the Appellant is not interested in pursuing this appeal though a claim has been set up of an amount […]...

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Relief under SVLDRS depends on amount in arrears of duty

Vassu Enterprises Vs Union of India (Jharkhand High Court)

Held that action of Designated Committee by first deducting the amount of deposit made by petitioners during enquiry, investigation or audit and, thereafter, extending relief to the petitioners by computing the amount of tax due on the outstanding amount, is not as per the mandate of the Scheme....

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Invocation of longer period without specifying suppression of facts is unsustainable

Mak Engineering Industries Limited Vs Commissioner of Central Excise (CESTAT Kolkata)

Held that longer period of limitation cannot be invoked on the ground that no specific instance of suppression of facts was proved against the assessee....

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Inordinate delay in adjudication of show cause notice not sustainable

JCBL Limited Vs Principal Commissioner (Punjab & Haryana High Court)

Held that impugned show cause notice cannot sustain as there has been an inordinate delay in adjudication of the same....

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CESTAT allows refund of excise duty Paid as EOU before conversion to DTA unit

Ercon Composites Vs Union of India (Rajasthan High Court)

Ercon Composites Vs Union of India (Rajasthan High Court) Shorn of legal technicalities what emerges is that the petitioner as a 100% EOU would have made purchases of raw material and inputs from the local market without payment of excise duty as well as not born duty on final product manufactured by it on a […]...

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CESTAT allows Refund claim of unutilised CENVAT Credit of Pre-GST regime

Oil States Industries India Pvt. Ltd Vs Commissioner of CGST & Central Excise (CESTAT Mumbai)

Appellant entitled to get cash refund against CENVAT Credit available to its credit during pre GST regime under Section 142(3) of CGST Act...

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Cenvat credit admissible on GTA services from place of removal upto 1.4.2008

Shalimar Paints Ltd. Vs Commissioner of CGST & Excise (CESTAT Kolkata)

CESTAT hold that the credit on GTA services from the place of removal upto 1.4.2008 was rightly admissible to the Appellant....

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No duty escapement in clearance of good by Job worker at value fixed by TISCO

Commr. of Central Excise Vs Indian Steel & Wire Products Ltd. (CESTAT Kolkata)

Commr. of Central Excise Vs Indian Steel & Wire Products Ltd. (CESTAT Kolkata) Appellant had entered into an agreement with TISCO for conversion of billets into wire rods for job of basis. After during the course of conversion, certain losses, such as burning losses occurred to the extent of 7%. Accordingly, appellants were required t...

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Blind belief cannot be a substitute for bona fide belief

Van Shah Fragrance Pvt. Ltd. Vs Commissioner of Central Excise (CESTAT Kolkata)

CESTAT Kolkata held that bona fide belief that goods manufactured and cleared were not subject to excise duty needs to be established. Duty demand is sustainable in case the bona fide belief is not established....

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Liability to pay excise duty was on job-worker for Unloading Chemicals from tankers, repacking & labelling In Small Drums

Dow Chemical International Pvt. Ltd. Vs C.C.E.-Kutch (CESTAT Ahmedabad)

Since the job worker had carried out all the activities which, as per the department, amounted to manufacturing therefore, the job worker was alone to pay the excise duty....

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In today’s economic scenario the significance of taxes has increased and it now not limited to being a financial aid for the Governments. The Union or the Central Government imposes several taxes together with their state governments. Some of the taxes are also levied by local Municipalities as well. Excise Duty comes under the taxes which are levied by the Central Government as per the provisions laid out in the Excise Duty Act, Excise Duty Rules and Excise Duty notifications formulated by the Government.

Excise duty is an indirect tax which is levied on goods manufactured in India and are intended for home consumption. Manufacturing of the goods is the taxable event and the excise duty liability arises as and when the goods are produced. Excise duty is a tax on manufacturing that is payable by a manufacturer of goods, who passes the incidence on to their customers. The CBEC (Central Board of Excise and Customs) is the governing authority and it functions under Union Ministry of Finance’s Department of Revenue. Under the power conferred by the Central Excise Act, 1944, the Central Government levies taxes on production or manufacturing of goods. The excise tax rates are stated under the Central Excise Tariff Act, 1985.

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