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2015 (2) TMI 612

Head Note:
Denial of refund claim - Unjust enrichment - Export of services - Bar of limitation - Held that:- Commissioner (Appeals) that the appellant would be unjustly enriched is not clear to me. - Clearly, the invoices show that the incidence of tax has not been passed on to the customers abroad. Once appellant have discharged the proof of not passing on the incidence of tax, the onus lies on the department to prove that duty incidence was passed. The invoices prove to be contrary and the department has not been able to establish that the duty incidence has been passed on to the customers abroad. In any case, it is a settled matter that the unjust enrichment does not arise in the case of export of services.

On the issue of limitation, the Commissioner (Appeals)'s reliance on Eaton Industries (2010 (12) TMI 71 - CESTAT, MUMBAI) is clearly misplaced. -The provisions of Central Excise Act including Section 11B have been made applicable to Service Tax under Section 83 of the Finance Act, 1994. Therefore, the provisions of Section 11B will apply. - amount for which refund has been claimed was paid in cash on 5.2.2011 and the refund application was filed on 28.7.2011. Therefore, the refund was filed on 28.7.2011. - refund allowed on merit as well as period of limitation - Decided in favour of assessee.

 


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