29 July 2016
In line with the spirit of upcoming GST law, Customs, Excise and Service Tax Appellate Tribunal (CESTAT) has reiterated that Cenvat credit is not to be denied on technical ground. It has also been held that lack of vehicle number on the invoice is not relevant.
Cenvat credit on invoices issued by non-registered inpu...
28 February, 2015
Finance Bill 2015 introduced in the Lok Sabha (Lower House of the Indian Parliament) today on 28-2-2015, has proposed certain relaxations in respect of penalty provisions under Central Excise and Customs Laws.
Section 28 of the Customs Act, 1962 is proposed to be amended to provide for non-imposition of penalty if the person to whom a show cause notice has been issued in ...
18 August, 2014
Bombay High Court has held that interpretation placed on 15th March 2011 by the Policy Interpretation Committee in respect of deemed export benefits would not apply to supplies made prior to such interpretation. The court said that such cases would be processed by the authorities in accordance with the policy prevailing and as clarified prior to 15th March 2011.
The case inv...
20 June, 2014
The Tax Administration Reform Commission (TARC) headed by Dr. Parthasarathi Shome has suggested merging of two Boards – Central Board of Excise & Customs (CBEC) and Central Board of Direct Taxes (CBDT). The panel says such integration of management can be achieved in 5 years time. Having separate Boards is not in tune with global best practices as per the first report of the com...
9th August, 2013
The Central Board of Excise & Customs (CBEC) has, by Circular No. 170/5/2013-ST, dated 8-8-2013, clarified certain issues relating to the amnesty scheme introduced through this year’s budget – Voluntary Compliance Encouragement Scheme or VCES. The bar on applicability of this scheme to those against whom summons have been issued or investigation is pending has been clarified ...
By Sweta Giridar
The Madras High Court in the case of Eveready Industries India Ltd. v. CESTAT, Chennai [2016-TIOL-676-Mad-CX] has held that refund granted by an authority cannot be denied by way of issuance of Show Cause Notice (SCN) in cases where the order has not been subject to review.
In this case, the assessee was ...
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