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TMI Updates - Newsletter dated: February 5, 2018

Case Laws in this Newsletter:

GST Income Tax Customs Insolvency & Bankruptcy Service Tax Central Excise CST, VAT & Sales Tax



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  1. GST : GST - E-way bill rules postponed - Notification

  2. Income Tax : Disallowance u/s 40A(2)(b) - related party - AO has not brought any comparables from the market to make out that the current payment is excessive and unreasonable within the meaning of section 40A(2)(b). - Tri

  3. Service Tax : Renting immovable of property service - letting out warehouses to FCI - as these services are for agricultural produce, which is not in dispute, therefore, the appellant is not liable to pay service tax on Storage and Warehousing which has been exempted from service tax as per section 65 (105) zza) of the FA, 1994 - Tri

  4. Service Tax : The services provided to World Bank and International Finance Corporation being entities of United Nation, exempted under N/N. 16/2002-ST. - Tri

  5. Service Tax : Liability of service tax - Intellectual Property Rights (IPR) - Service - payment of consideration for usage of Trademark "AREVA", which is owned and registered by parent company of the appellants in France - not liable to be taxed - demand set aside - Tri

  6. Central Excise : CENVAT credit - duty paying documents - If the department starts accepting the invoices issued by a trader, who is not a registered dealer, it will create chaos in the Cenvat credit system and there will be flagrant misuse of the said scheme, which is a facility to present cascading effect of taxes - Tri

  7. Central Excise : CENVAT credit - duty paying documents - mention of incorrect vehicle no. has little effect regarding admissibility of CENVAT credit, and such error may be treated as the clerical mistake - credit allowed - Tri

  8. Central Excise : CENVAT crediit - whether can cenvat credit of service tax paid on the services in relation to issue and receipts of Foreign Currency Convertible Bond (FCCB) in Singapore, a place outside India, be used for paying central excise duty on the goods manufactured in India? - Credit allowed - Tri

  9. VAT and Sales Tax : Motor Vehicle or not? - Tata Hitachi Model EX 200 LC Hydraulic Excavator with HD Bucket and kit loaded on Truck No.HR 38 F 1131 - not to be classified as motor vehicle for the purpose of taxation - HC


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