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2018 (2) TMI 12

Head Note:
Valuation - Demand of duty with penalty - Period of limitation - sale of motor vehicles from depots / sales offices - case of Revenue is that the assessee had failed to intimate the difference in the above values and make payment of the excise duty on the differential amount on its own. The Revenue's statement throughout has been that this short­payment and evasion was noticed during the audit conducted in January, 2001. This suppression was made by the assessee with a view to evade payment of actual duty - Held that: - the Tribunal relying on the language of Rule 7 of the Central Excise Valuation Rules, 2000 and analysing it, came to the conclusion that the language of it says that the price prevailing at the place of sale of goods shall be the transaction value in respect of the goods cleared from the factory to depot. Therefore, the Tribunal held that the submission, that in some of the cases the motor vehicles were sold at higher price than the price prevailing at the depot of sale and therefore the demand is not sustainable, cannot be accepted as those clearances are not subject matter of the present case. To that extent, the Tribunal did not agree with the assessee.

Extended period of limitation - Held that: - the Tribunal held that if the suppression came to light in January, 2001, subsequent to that it cannot be said that there was any further suppression or there was continued suppression. There was no fresh act by which a suppression can be inferred nor is such material brought on record. If that is how the matter is brought by the Revenue Officials, then subsequent to that period it could not be alleged by the Revenue that there was a suppression on the part of the assessee. The demand for the period February, 2001 to June, 2004 becomes time barred.

The Hon'ble Supreme Court has been emphasising that the Revenue cannot resort to what it has repeatedly done in matters after matters. It cannot cover up its own fault or error by such erroneous application of law. Once the legal position was clear and throughout, we do not see any justification for the Revenue bringing this appeal.

Appeal dismissed.

 

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