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2016 (7) TMI 718

Head Note:
Rebate/ Refund claim - merchant exporters - The duty was paid @ 10% under Notification No. 2/08-CE dated 01.03.2008, as amended. However, the rebate sanctioning authority, has held that the effective rate of duty on the export goods was 4% vide Notification No. 4/2006-CE dated 01.03.2006 as amended. Hence the claimant was eligible for rebate of duty @ 4% adv. paid on export goods. However the rebate claim was rejected on the grounds that in ARE-I No. 04/10-11 dated 29.052010 the chapter heading mentioned on the Central Excise Invoice, ARE-I and shipping bill was different.

Held that:- Government finds that there is no merit in the contentions of applicants that they are eligible to claim rebate of duty paid @10% i.e. General Tariff Rate of Duty ignoring the effective rate of duty @ 4% or 5% in terms of exemption Notification No. 4/06-CE dated 01.03.06 as amended. As such Government is of considered view that rebate is admissible only to the extent of duty paid at the effective rate of duty i.e. 4% or 5% in terms of Notification No. 4/06-CE dated 1.03.06 as amended, as applicable on the relevant date on the transaction value of exported goods determined under section 4 of Central Excise Act, 1944.

As regards the discrepancies in Chapter heading in ARE-I, Excise invoice viz-a-viz Shipping Bills, the applicant themselves admitted to have committed the mistake. They have further stated to have applied for amendment before custom authorities. However, even after more than 4 years of such application, the applicant could not submit any order of appropriate authority allowing the amendment. As such, the applicant's contentions on this ground cannot be accepted. Thus the lower authorities have rightly held that the discrepancy in description of the product exported on the shipping bill and corresponding excise invoice would mean that the impugned goods have not been exported by the assessee and hence the applicant is not entitled to rebate.

Decided against the applicant.

 


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