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Service Tax - Supreme Court - Case Laws

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  • 2006 (3) TMI 1 - Supreme court

    Composite contract - sales tax and service tax, Sales tax on Sim card, Transfer of goods, deemed sales, Taxability of goods and service tax - aspect of doctrine of res judicata - doctrine of statutory agency of the service provider........ + More


  • 2005 (11) TMI 477 - SUPREME COURT

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    ... ... ..... g the records of the lower courts. The paper books may be prepared in any manner not necessarily by printing.


  • 2005 (11) TMI 474 - SUPREME COURT

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    ... ... ..... llant. We find no merit in this appeal. The appeal is dismissed accordingly.


  • 2005 (10) TMI 3 - Supreme Court

    Bifurcation of gross receipts of processing of photographs into the portion attributable to goods and that attributable to services - Held that - There is one further difficulty in the way of the Petitioner. This Court has, in the case of Rainbow Colour Lab & Anr. v. State of M. P. & Ors 2000 (2) TMI 2 - SUPREME COURT OF INDIA , held that contracts of the type entered into by persons like the Petitioner are nothing else but service contra....... + More


  • 2005 (9) TMI 642 - SUPREME COURT

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    ... ... ..... ur, JJ. ORDER Admitted.


  • 2005 (7) TMI 106 - SUPREME COURT OF INDIA

    Service tax - Liability to pay - Supreme Court agree with the finding of Tribunal where Tribunal held that even the amended Section 73 takes in only the case of assessees who are liable to file return under Section 70. Admittedly, the liability to file return is cast on the appellants only under Section 71A. The class of persons who come under Section 71A is not brought under the net of Section 73. The above being the position show cause notices ....... + More


  • 2005 (3) TMI 492 - SUPREME COURT

    Service Tax ST on carriage of goods by transport operators (1) Validation of Law (2) Legislative competence (3) Legislative convenience and machinery (4) Demand and interest (5) Constitution (6) Tax....... + More


  • 2005 (3) TMI 10 - Supreme Court

    The liability to pay interest would only arise on default and is really in the nature of quasi-punishment. Interest liability can be prospective only........ + More


  • 2004 (10) TMI 584 - SUPREME COURT

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    ... ... ..... JJ. ORDER Appeal admitted.


  • 2004 (8) TMI 1 - Supreme Court

    Service Tax Work contract on turnkey basis cannot be vivisected and part of it matter to service tax....... + More


  • 2004 (7) TMI 5 - Supreme Court

    Service Tax Services being paid by Goods Transport Operator - Supreme Court after condoning delay admitted the appeal where Tribunal held that even the amended Section 73 takes in only the case of assessees who are liable to file return under Section 70. Admittedly, the liability to file return is cast on the appellants only under Section 71A. The class of persons who come under Section 71A is not brought under the net of Section 73. The above be....... + More


  • 2004 (4) TMI 1 - SUPREME COURT OF INDIA

    Service Tax Services by mandap keepers to their clients is not in the nature of a sale of hire purchase of goods (2) Constitutional validity (3) Legislative competence (4) Taxable service....... + More


  • 2003 (3) TMI 2 - Supreme Court

    Service Tax (1) Stage carriage operators (2) Contract carriage operators (3) Motor Cab owners or Maxi Cab operators (4) Tour operators or rent-a-cab operators ....... + More


  • 2001 (5) TMI 937 - Supreme Court Of India

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    ... ... red to strictly by the parties concerned and the suits should be disposed of at an early date but not later than six months from the date of the communication of this order. The appeals are accordingly dismissed. There shall be no order as to costs.


  • 2000 (2) TMI 2 - SUPREME COURT OF INDIA

    whether the job rendered by a photographer in taking photographs, developing and printing films would amount to a 'works contract' as contemplated under Article 366(2A)(b) of the Constitution read with Section 2(n) of the M.P. General Sales Tax for the purpose of levy of sales tax on business turnover of the photographers? - Held that - It is clear that unless there is sale and purchase of goods, either in fact or deemed, and which sale i....... + More


  • 1999 (7) TMI 1 - SUPREME COURT OF INDIA

    Service Tax Services by clearing and forwarding agents and goods transport operators to their clients Demand for refund Taxable service Liability to pay service tax....... + More


  • 1998 (11) TMI 2 - Supreme Court

    Service Tax Concept of deeming provision of valuation of taxable service....... + More


  • 1996 (4) TMI 427 - SUPREME COURT OF INDIA

    Whether cycle rims are declared goods or not? - Held that - Appeal allowed. Applying the test of common parlance, a rim which is admittedly round and an essential part of the wheel of the cycle would come within the said entry (xiv) and being declared goods the same cannot be taxed at the rate in excess of 4 per cent. The view taken by the single Judge of the Allahabad High Court in the judgment under appeal gives a very narrow meaning to the sai....... + More


  • 1996 (2) TMI 526 - SUPREME COURT

    Whether the impugned Act the Central Excise and Salt Act, 1944 enacted by the State legislature is one under Entry 53 of the State List, viz., Taxes on the consumption or sale of electricity ? - Held that - As already seen, the specific case of the State and the Board is that the State has been expending its public money for the effective functioning for the KSEB and the duty under the Act is flowing into the public exchequer and, therefore, it i....... + More


  • 1994 (11) TMI 364 - SUPREME COURT OF INDIA

    If the housing activity carried on by the statutory authority or private builder or contractor came within the purview of the Act only after its amendment by the Ordinance No. 24 in 1993 or the Commission could entertain a complaint for such violations even before? - Whether the suit has abated or survives? - Held that - Appeal allowed. High Court fell into patent error in postponing the date of the operation of the notification. The notification....... + More


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