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AS SUCH CLEARANCE - CLARIFICATION REQUESTED - REG.

Central Excise - Started By: - R MURALI R MURALI - Dated:- 11-4-2015 Last Replied Date:- 15-4-2015 - Dear sir,I have some doubt regarding ours unit Manf. of Boiler components and we are despatching our products to Mega power project on behalf of BHEL .....

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fusing to sale , due to rare case you may sale your RM , but it is not continue to sale AS SUCH. As per rule simply they indicate manufacturer also sale RM as such. But it was not indicated continue to sale or not?Please give your suggestion.With Reg .....

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ch on higher price. clear your goods as such without any hesitation. . - Reply By YAGAY AND SUN - The Reply = Dear Murali,Department intentions as we understood from your query is to treat this transaction as Trading. As Trading provisions under Cent .....

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nd Indirect Tax Consultants - Reply By Rajagopalan Ranganathan - The Reply = Sir, If you are selling to another manufacturer like you it can be treated as removal as such and while selling to such manufacturer you can reverse the credit of duty paid .....

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n by you. The observation of the Department that only in rare cases you can remove the raw materials as such is not supported by Central Excise Act or CENVAT Credit Rules, 2004. - Reply By subrahmanyam nookala - The Reply = Please note that the depar .....

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your inputs. Hence, no reason is stipulated in Central Excise Rules to stop for as such removal. But, the law is very clearly stating what rules you have to adopt at the time of removal of inputs and capital goods. Pl see the CCR 2004 Sub Rule (5) o .....

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