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2018 (1) TMI 920

Head Note:
Rectification of Mistake application - grievance was that the adjudication order did not take into account the fact that AAI had discharged all its liabilities towards non-traffic revenue including the rent on Scope Complex which was in terms of the Finance Act, 1994 - Held that: - it is significant that the order dated 8th January 2008, passed by the CST rejecting the rectification application itself notes that AAI had filed a revised return on 26th June, 2006. In any event, this formed part of the assessment record and, therefore, available with the Department. In such circumstances, the CST could not have restricted the examination to the SCN and the reply thereto, but was expected to examine the assessment record.

The Court is unable to agree with the contention of learned counsel for the Respondent that it was incumbent on AAI to have drawn the attention of the adjudicating authority to the fact of filing of the revised return on 26th June, 2006. It is expected that the adjudicating authority will examine the entire record of AAI not limited to the documents supplied with the SCN or supplied along with the reply thereto.

The rectification application should be decided afresh within a period of eight weeks - petition allowed by wya of remand.

 


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