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Letting Out of Port Premises cannot be classified as ‘Port Service

M/s. Kandla Port Trust Vs Commissioner of Central Excise & ST (CESTAT Ahmedabad)

M/s. Kandla Port Trust Vs CCE&ST (CESTAT Ahmedabad) Letting Out of Port Premises Cannot Be Classified As ‘Port Service’ and Cenvat Credit on Telephone At Residential Premises Of Officers Allowed Since Port Operates 24*7. SERVICE TAX ON TOLL COLLECTION AND ENTRY FEE – Assessee relied on Circular no. 354/27/2012-TRU dated 22.02.20...

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Service Tax Under BAS not payable on re-rubberisation of old rollers

Rajit Jain-succeesor And Legal Heir Vs Commissioner of Customs (CESTAT Allahabad)

Rajit Jain-succeesor And Legal Heir Vs Commissioner of Customs (CESTAT Allahabad) 1. The appellant is in appeal. 2. Brief facts of the case are that appellants are engaged in re-rubberisation of old, worn out rubberised rollers of various industries. The customers send them their used rollers at random and re-rubberisation comprises remov...

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CESTAT upheld Disallowance of credit on rent-a-cab service to Wipro

Wipro Enterprises Vs Commissioner of GST & Central Excise Chennai Outer (CESTAT Chennai)

Wipro Enterprises Vs Commissioner of GST & Central Excise Chennai Outer (CESTAT Chennai) The appellant is aggrieved by the disallowance of credit on rent-a-cab service. 2. On behalf of the appellant, Shri R. Rajesh, Head – Taxation of the appellant-company appeared and argued the matter. He submitted that the appellant is engaged in...

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Service Tax Payable on Sale / Registration of post /pre paid SIM

Bharat Sanchar Nigam Ltd. Vs CCE, Bhopal (CESTAT Delhi)

Bharat Sanchar Nigam Ltd. Vs CCE, Bhopal (CESTAT Delhi) The sales tax authorities have themselves conceded the position before the High Court that no assessment of sales tax would be made on the sale value of the SIM Card supplied by the appellant to their customers irrespective of the fact whether they have filed returns […]...

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No service tax liability where parties buying & selling properties on principal to principal basis

Premium Real Estate Developers Vs C.S.T. Service Tax (CESTAT Delhi)

Service tax cannot be imposed under the category Real Estate Service in absence of any defined consideration for the alleged service as both the parties were buying and selling property on principal to principal basis rather than as an agent and the principle....

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Service tax not payable on amount received towards mobilization advance of contract from Indian Navy

Hindustan Shipyard Ltd. Vs Commissioner of Central Excise (CESTAT Hyderabad)

Hindustan Shipyard Ltd. Vs Commissioner of Central Excise (CESTAT Hyderabad) As far as the amounts received by the appellant from the Indian Navy for the purpose of upgrading their facilities at the shipyard are concerned, they are not linked to the present contract and hence can only be termed mobilization advances not linked to any [&he...

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Toll charge Collection on behalf of corporate entity liable to service tax under BAS

M/s Larson & Toubro Limited Vs C.S.T. Service Tax  (CESTAT Ahmedabad)

Compensation received by assessee in respect of collection of toll and other assorted services on behalf of the corporate entity backed by Government was liable to service tax under the head ‘Business Auxiliary Services’ (BAS)....

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No Service tax for setting up of temporary camps in connection with religious event

M/s Lallooji & Sons Vs Commissioner of Central Excise & S. T. (CESTAT Allahabad)

Service tax was not leviable for setting up of temporary camps in connection with the Gur-ta-Gaddi Tercentenary Celebration as it was a religious event. M/s Lallooji & Sons Vs Commissioner of Central Excise & S (CESTAT Allahabad)...

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Service Tax Audit is Primafacie Permissible even under GST Regime

M/s. Gitanjali Vacationville Private Limited & anr. Vs Union of India (Calcutta High Court)

M/s. Gitanjali Vacationville Private Limited & anr. Vs The Union of India & anr. (Calcutta High Court) Audit under Service Tax can continue post GST Section 174 is the repeal and saving provisions. Sub-Section 1 of Section 174 repeals the provisions of the various statutes as mentioned therein. Sub-Section (2) of Section 174 stip...

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HC imposes cost on CST(A) for callous, negligent and disrespectful behaviour shown in Court

XLHealth Corporation India Pvt. Ltd. Vs UOI (Karnataka High Court)

XLHealth Corporation India Pvt. Ltd. Vs UOI (Karnataka High Court) The total callous, negligent and disrespectful behaviour shown by the Departmental authorities in this Court should not be tolerated at all. It is this kind of lack of judicial discipline which if it goes unpunished, will lead to more litigation and chaos and such public [...

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