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2016 (7) TMI 720

Head Note:
Demand of duty on account of either transferred losses or on failure to furnish re-warehousing certificate - business of refining of crude and marketing various petroleum products thereof. - Held that:- Government notes that the original authority and Commissioner (Appeals) has given detailed findings with regard to factual aspect of submission of re-warehousing certificate and observed that the same were not submitted by the applicant in the prescribed manner and also failed to account for the impugned goods. Such detailed factual findings have not been controverted in grounds of Revision Application by means of any factual submission, duly supported by any relevant documentary evidences. Under such circumstances, the conclusion of appellate authority, based on such incontrovertible factual observations requires to be acceded to. Government thus holds that the applicant has clearly failed to duly account for the impugned goods and to submit the prescribed proof of their receipt/re-warehousing despite several opportunities given to them in remand proceedings from time to time. - Revision application rejected - demand confirmed.

 


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