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  • 2006 (3) TMI 51

    Service Tax - Writ Jurisdiction - Show cause notice - If assessees are not liable to pay tax under the law relating to service tax, the impugned circular cannot create liability for payment of service tax ....... + More

  • 2006 (2) TMI 73

    Challenging to order of the Comm(A) - appellate authority has held that the petitioner should furnish full details to the adjudicating authority so as to enable the adjudicating the authority to quantify the service tax liability - if the petitioner submits the requisite details before the ad. authority within a period of 3 weeks from today, the appeal which was pending before the Comm (A), shall stand restored. The petitioner will be at liberty ....... + More

  • 2006 (2) TMI 53

    Service Tax Catering service Petitioner rendered services of food and beverages to aircraft passengers on board, liable to get registered under 69 of Finance Act, 2004 and liable to service tax u/s 66 of Finance Act, 2004 ....... + More

  • 2006 (2) TMI 43

    Service Tax - Liability to pay - Provider of service shall pay tax from his income without collecting service tax from user of services is unsustainable....... + More

  • 2005 (11) TMI 472

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    ... ... ort came within the ambit of the said Act. 16. We do not find any scope of disagreement with His Lordship. Similarly we do not have any scope for interference in this appeal. 17. The appeal is, thus dismissed without, however, any order as to costs.

  • 2005 (10) TMI 279

    Penalty - simultaneous penalty u/s 76 and 78 - Prior to amendment in section 78 vide Finance Act, 2008 - - Held that The penalty imposable under section 76 is for failure to pay service-tax by the person liable to pay the same in accordance with the provisions of section 68 and the rules made thereunder, whereas section 78 relates to penalty for suppression of the value of taxable service. Of course these two offences may arise in the course of t....... + More

  • 2005 (8) TMI 336

    Commercial training of coaching center - constitutional validity - In the first place, the petitioners raised a contention that parallel colleges do not come within the definition clause contained in s. 65(27) of the Act. Alternatively, they contended that if the parallel colleges are covered by the definition clause, and consequently the charging provision, then the same is discriminatory and violative of Art. 14 of the Constitution, inasmuch as....... + More

  • 2005 (8) TMI 26

    Refund Petitioner demand for refund claim relating to inputs used in the manufacture of final products Held that appellant is liable for refund with interest ....... + More

  • 2005 (8) TMI 20

    Service Tax Outdoor catering Appellants provided services of food and beverages to aircrafts are liable to service tax u/s 65 and 66 of Finance Act, 1944 Payment of sales tax treating the transaction partly as sale of goods does not release the appellant from liability for service tax under central legislation ....... + More

  • 2005 (8) TMI 5

    Writ Petition - can it be challenged by way of writ on the ground that since it was not liable to service tax before 10-09-2004, the show cause notice issued is beyond jurisdiction........ + More

  • 2005 (8) TMI 4

    Banking Services NBFC Basic conditions must be satisfied before imposing any service tax. Period before 16-8-2002....... + More

  • 2005 (8) TMI 2

    Commercial Training and Coaching Centre - Conducting examination to obtain degree or certificate awarded by any agency created by law........ + More

  • 2005 (5) TMI 648

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    ... ... not in position to dwelve into and adjudicate upon the issue raised by the learned senior counsel for the petitioner. 6. In view of the foregoing discussions we do not find any merit in the Writ Petition. It is accordingly, dismissed in limine.

  • 2005 (5) TMI 637

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    ... ... violative of Article 19(1)(g) of the Constitution of India and beyond the legislative competence of the State Legislature and would not bind chitties started and conducted outside the State of Kerala and therefore declared void and unconstitutional.

  • 2005 (4) TMI 55

    Tribunal dismissed condonation application for not making out a sufficient cause earlier Commissioner dismissed appeal for non-compliance with pre-deposit order though neither the delay in filing appeal nor a request for adjournment of a case is to be condoned or granted on a mere asking, but both the requests have to be considered with pragmatism in a justice oriented approach, rather than detecting sufficient cause to meet interest of justice c....... + More

  • 2005 (3) TMI 18

    Maintainability of Writ appellant had failed to prove the total illegality in issuance of Show Cause Notice. In case a prima facie case has been made out in the SCN, the appellant should opt for regular adjudication proceedings. In routine matters, writ can not be accepted........ + More

  • 2005 (2) TMI 11

    Service Tax - Consulting Engineer Service - Distinction between firm and company (2) Legislative (3) Taxable event (4) Department clarifications (5) Interpretation of law....... + More

  • 2005 (1) TMI 4

    Service Tax Goods Transport Operator The service tax is levied on providing the service of transportation of goods Constitutional validity....... + More

  • 2004 (9) TMI 604

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    ... ... ses shall have to be determined by the appropriate authorities. No costs. That Rule Nisi has been made absolute as above. Witness the Hon ble Sri Devinder Gupta, the Chief Justice on this Wednesday, the first day of September, Two thousand and four.

  • 2004 (9) TMI 1

    Service Tax Imposition of penalty for failure to pay service tax and furnishing of the return in the prescribed period....... + More

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