21 March 2017
The issue before the Division Bench of the Delhi High Court was whether chemicals/ solvents used in the process of cleaning amounts to transfer of property in goods between the contractor and the contractee and thus exigible to tax. The petitioner, i.e. the contractor, was engaged in the business of providing services of maintenance, cleanin...
By Aayush Singla
In the case of State of Punjab v. Nokia India Pvt Ltd (2014-VIL-23-SC), the Supreme Court held that battery charger of a cell phone is not a composite part of the cell phone but only an accessory and is an independent product. Hence, battery chargers sold along with cell phones were held to be assessable ...
By Chetan Agrawal & Tushar Aggarwal
The Supreme Court in the case of Larsen & Toubro Limited & Anr v. State of Karnataka & Anr.[ see end note 1] (hereafter referred to as ‘judgment’) has re-affirmed and upheld the legal position earlier taken by the Division Bench of the Supreme Court in the case of K. Raheja Development [ see end note 2 ]. Further, the Supreme Court upheld the Constitution...
The Institute of Business Laws, in association with Lakshmikumaran & Sridharan, is organizing a seminar on ‘Works Contracts, EPC Contracts & Construction Contracts – VAT & Service Tax Issues’ on 20th November, 2013 in New Delhi.
This seminar is intended to guide service providers, works contractors, EPC contractors, real estate developers & builders, manufacturers engaging contractors and ent...
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