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2016 (2) TMI 51 - MADRAS HIGH COURT

2016 (2) TMI 51 - MADRAS HIGH COURT - TMI - Petition for condonation of delay by computing the delay of 119 days in filing the appeal from the date of receipt of the order - Held that:- It is seen that without considering the counter affidavit, especially, paragraph 8, wherein,the delay in filing the appeal is calculated to the tune of 134 days, the Tribunal passed the order. - the date of service of the order of the Appellate Tribunal to the State's representative as the actual date to be taken .....

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and Mr. S.Manoharan Sundaram, learned Additional Government Pleader. 2. The petitioner, who is a re-roller of iron and steel products, is a registered dealer on the file of first respondent under TNGST Act and CST Act. The first respondent in his proceedings made in CST.9574/93-94 dated 26.2.1999 disallowed the petitioner's claim of exemption on consignment transfer made during the assessment year 1993-94, thereby levied tax and maximum penalty. Against the said order, the petitioner filed .....

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dent or his authorised representative viz., the Departmental representative (CT) II, who received notice and appeared before the 2nd respondent on behalf of the first respondent. 3. The petitioner filed counter affidavit to condonation petition stating that the appeal order was served to the first respondent on 16.2.2000 and to the Departmental representative (CT)II on 18.2.2000 and hence taking into consideration, the date of service of the order on the first respondent or his authorised repres .....

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spondent is beyond the limitation period of 120 days and hence the appeal filed by the 3rd respondent is barred by limitation. In support of his contention, he also relied on the following decisions rendered by the Honourble Division Bench of this Court; (i) 2005-06 (11) TNCTJ 79 (M/s. Arihand Electrical and Refrigeration Centre Vs. The Secretary, Tamilnadu Sales Tax Appellate Tribunal) and (ii) 136 STC 632 (State of Tamilnadu Vs. R.K. Herbal (P) Ltd and others) and submitted that condonation pe .....

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