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Principal Commissioner Central Excise And Customs, Vadodara-2 Versus Panasonic Battery India Co. Ltd.

2015 (12) TMI 807 - GUJARAT HIGH COURT

Denial of CENVAT Credit - Whether CESTAT is justified in allowing the Cenvat credit availed by the respondent in respect of service tax paid on Goods Transport Agency Service in respect of outward transportation of the goods beyond the place of removal - Held that:- issue pertains to Cenvat credit on outward goods transportation agency service availed by the assessee for transportation of manufactured goods. This issue is covered by the judgment of Division Bench of this Court in case of Commiss .....

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s of the case, the CESTAT is justified in allowing the Cenvat credit availed by the respondent in respect of service tax paid on Goods Transport Agency Service in respect of outward transportation of the goods beyond the place of removal? " 2. The issue pertains to Cenvat credit on outward goods transportation agency service availed by the assessee for transportation of manufactured goods. This issue is covered by the judgment of Division Bench of this Court in case of Commissioner of Centr .....

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held in several decisions that the expression 'includes' cannot be used to oust any activity from the main body of the definition if it is otherwise covered by the expression 'means'. In other words, the expression 'includes' followed by 'means' in any definition is generally understood to be expanding the definition of the term to make it exhaustive, but in no manner can the expression 'includes' be utilized to limit the scope of definition provided in t .....

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yond the place of removal would not qualify as an input service within the definition of rule 2(l). We may only notice two things in this regard. Firstly, in our view, when we find that outward transport service is covered by the main body of the definition which provides for means part, as specifically including any service directly or indirectly in or in relation to manufacture of final product or clearance of final product from the place of removal, no interpretation of the later part of the .....

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