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Service Tax: The appellants are liable to service tax on reverse charge basis in respect of commission paid to foreign agents. Such liability will be only w.e.f. 18/04/2006 and restricted to the normal period of demand - Tri

Service Tax: Liability of tax - The activity of foreign exchange broking liable to service tax under the provisions of Finance Act has been explained and the activities of the respondent will fall within the said section from 16.05.2008 - Tri

Service Tax: Penalty - supply of tangible goods service - reverse charge mechanism - during the course of investigation they were convinced and they have discharged the entire service tax liability along with interest - this is a fit case to waive all the penalties u/s 80 - Tri

Central Excise: Recovery of excess duty - Section 11D(2) of the CEA, 1944 - the appellant had cleared the inputs as such on payment of duty, adopting transaction value, instead of reversing the credit - recovery could be effected for three years from the date of issue of show cause notice. - Tri

Central Excise: CENVAT credit - removal of input as such by manufacturer after reversal of Cenvat credit cannot be treated as trading activity - Tri

Central Excise: Remission of duty - from the Fire Report, the reason of fire is evident, that the fire occurred due to short circuit of electricity, which is definitely beyond the control of the appellant-assessee and there is no foul play - remission allowed - Tri

Customs: Classification of Rubber Process Oil - whether hazardous goods or not? - Held No - the raw RPO imported by the Appellants would merit classification under chapter heading 2713.90 and would be liable to duty accordingly. - Tri

Customs: Penalty - confiscation - permission to re-export goods - import of baggage - Even though he has not made a correct declaration of the value of the imported goods by leaving the relevant column of the disembarkation card blank, the statement made to the intelligence officers may be considered as the declaration made by him in terms of Section 77 of the CA, 1962 - Tri

VAT: Validity of re-assessment proceedings - UP VAT - It is only on the basis of the fact that the royalty amount has not been clarified in the invoices that a decision has been taken to reopen the assessment. This by itself is not sufficient and a good ground when the assessing authority was possessed with all material at the time of initial assessment and nothing material was concealed from him. - HC

Companies Law: Lien on shares - The amount which was due and payable by the Petitioner to the company have not been paid, due to which the company has rightly exercised its lien on the Petitioner's shares - Tri

Income Tax: Addition on accrual of income - deferred revenue - royalty - The rights of the TV Serial were to come back to the assessee after a period of 6 years - AS-9 allows deferment of royalty income - assessee had rightly offered the incomes in six AY.s - Tri

Income Tax: No disallowance could be made by applying section 40(a)(ia) of the Act in a case where tax was deducted at source under a wrong provision resulting in short deduction of tax. - Tri

Income Tax: Exemption u/s 54 - capital gains - acquiring substantial domain over the new flat within the specified period, the assessee could be said to have complied with requirement of section 54 and merely because possession of the Flat was not handed over to the assessee within the specified period the said benefit could not be denied. - Tri

Income Tax: TDS u/s 194C - non-deduction of tax on the payment of supply of printed packing material - transaction on account of supply of printed packing material to the assessee was in pursuance of a contract for a ‘sale’ and not a contract for ‘work’ as alleged - No TDS liability - Tri

ADDENDUM TO THE GST RATE SCHEDULE FOR GOODS [As per discussions in the GST Council Meeting held on 18th May, 2017]

Customs: Fraudulent availment of drawback - Was the CESTAT is justified in directing the concerned Authority to issue a SCN within 15 days for complete the proceeding within the prescribed time of three months, notwithstanding the CBLR 2013? - Held No - HC

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Service to humanity is Service to God

May I be born again and again, and suffer thousands of miseries so that I may worship the only God that exists, the only God I believe in, the sum total of all souls—and above all, my God the wicked, my God the miserable, my God the poor of all races, of all species, is the special object of my worship.

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