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2015 (7) TMI 588 - CESTAT NEW DELHI

2015 (7) TMI 588 - CESTAT NEW DELHI - 2016 (41) S.T.R. 296 (Tri. - Del.) - Management maintenance or repair service - benefit of Notification No. 12/2003-ST - Held that:- In the case of A.N.S. Construction (2009 (6) TMI 465 - CESTAT, NEW DELHI), the CESTAT held that "respondents were engaged for activities of growing grass, plants, trees or fruits, vegetable, regular mowing of laws, pruning and trimming of shrubs end cleaning of garden, would not come within the ambit of "maintenance of immovabl .....

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e scope of 'management, maintenance or repair service' and accordingly confirmed the impugned demand for the period with effect from 1.5.2006.

It is seen that the appellant did not take Service Tax registration and did not file ST-3 returns pertaining to the impugned service. It also did not submit the details in spite of being asked and did not even respond to summons. The required details had to be gathered from JNN/JDA. Thus, the appellant is clearly guilty of suppression of facts .....

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assessee. - Appeal No. ST/686/2012-CU(DB) - F. Order No. 51940/2015 - Dated:- 11-6-2015 - G Raghuram, President And R. K. Singh, Member (T),JJ. For the Appellant : Shri Bipin Garg, Adv For the Respondent : Shri Amresh Jain, DR ORDER Per: R K Singh: Appeal has been filed against order-in-original No. 15/2012(ST)-COMM dated 21.2.2012/22.2.2012 in terms of which service tax demand of ₹ 83,51,306/- was confirmed along with interest and penalties on the ground that the appellant provided manag .....

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ants; (d) Lawn cutting and pruning and trimming of hedges; (e) De-weeding of lawns and flower beds; (f) Preparation of flower beds and planting of shrubs etc; (g) Removing of stone pieces from other than lawn area in a park; (h) Brooming the lawn and collecting the dirt at destined places; (i) Operating the water pump; (j) Putting on the lights and shutting them off; (k) Operating the fountains; (l) Providing round the clock security of the parks; (m) Coloring the ports; potting and re-potting; .....

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e Finance Act, 1994). 3. The appellant has contended that: (1) The service rendered by the appellant could not be covered under the ambit of maintenance and repair of immovable property as has been held by CESTAT in the case of ANS Constructions Ltd. (supra). (2) There was no suppression or wilful mis-statement and therefore the extended period is not invocable. (3) Maintenance of parks is a statutory duty of JDA/JNN and therefore the said activity is not liable to service tax. 4. The ld. DR on .....

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ed period is clearly invocable. 5. We have considered the contentions of both sides. We find that up to 30.4.2006 the definition of what was then called "maintenance or repair" as given in Section 65(64) was as under: 16.6.2005 to 30.4.2006: "Maintenance or repair" means any service provided by- (i) Any person under a contract or an agreement; or (ii) A manufacturer or any person authorised by him; In relation to- (a) maintenance or repair including reconditioning or restorat .....

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air of properties, whether immovable or not; (c) maintenance or repair including reconditioning or restoration, or servicing of any goods, excluding a motor vehicle." We find that in the case of A.N.S. Construction (supra), the CESTAT held that "respondents were engaged for activities of growing grass, plants, trees or fruits, vegetable, regular mowing of laws, pruning and trimming of shrubs end cleaning of garden, would not come within the ambit of "maintenance of immovable prope .....

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ot" within the scope of 'management, maintenance or repair service' and accordingly confirmed the impugned demand for the period with effect from 1.5.2006. While there can hardly be any doubt that "roads, airports, railway, building, parks, electrical installation and the like" are clearly immovable properties and therefore management maintenance or repair of such properties is clearly liable to service tax, even if it is contended, as indeed has been done by the appellant .....

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