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2016 (3) TMI 353 - KARNATAKA HIGH COURT

2016 (3) TMI 353 - KARNATAKA HIGH COURT - 2016 (43) S.T.R. 57 (Kar.) - Refund of cenvat credit without obtaining registration - tribunal allowed the refund - Held that:- if the Tribunal has followed the decision of this Court in case of M/s. mPortal India Wireless Solutions Private Limited [2011 (9) TMI 450 - KARNATAKA HIGH COURT ], it cannot be said that any substantial question of law would arise for consideration. - The learned Counsel for the appellant has not been able to show that ther .....

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Dated:- 19-2-2016 - Jayant Patel And S. Sujatha, JJ. For the Appellant : Sri. Jeevan J Neeralgi , Adv For the Respondent : None JUDGMENT The appellant -Revenue has preferred the present appeal by raising the following substantial question of law: WHETHER, the provisions contained in Rule 3 and 4 of the Service Tax Rules 1994 are mandatory or procedural in nature and the service provider can avail the benefit of availment of cenvat credit and refund of unutilised cenvat credit without registrati .....

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ith this and therefore on this ground, claim could not have been rejected. As regards nexus, he has submitted a statement showing each service, name of the output service and justification. On going through the statement which is reproduced below under each category of service, I consider that the appellant has made out a case as regards nexus. Name of input service Name of export of service Justification for availability of CENVAT credit Management Consultancy services ITSS These services are a .....

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stry and also to identify the apt candidate for the job. Since the employees are directly related to the services being exported, it is submitted that these services are essential for smooth functioning of export of service. Rent-a-cab services ITSS The company hires vehicles/cabs to pick up its employees from their residence and drop them back. This essential as the employees have to perform the work at different hours on a shift duty basis. Moreover, the employees are located in different part .....

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nd the clock; the appellant has provided facility for outdoor catering. Security agency services ITSS The appellant has availed security services, which is essential in safeguarding the assets of the company. Further, the appellant while providing pick-up and drop facility to its employees needs to communicate the cab details for pick up and drop for employees. Therefore the said services are essential for export of services. Business Support Services ITSS ITSS These services are availed in orde .....

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r export of services. Management, maintenance or repair services ITSS These services are availed in order to maintain office equipments like air condition, computers, UPS etc , which are essential to export the services. Pandal and shamiana services ITSS These services are hired to obtain on rent furniture like chairs, table etc , during the recruitment process. Telecommunication/ internet services ITSS These services are essential to export the software vide internet. Appellant uses the facilit .....

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d claim. Accordingly, the appeal is allowed with consequential relief, if any, to the appellant. 5. As such, if the Tribunal has followed the decision of this Court in case of M/ s.mPortal India Wireless Solutions Private Limited (supra), it cannot be said that any substantial question of law would arise for consideration. However, the learned Counsel for the appellant -Revenue made an attempt to contend that the view taken by this Court in the above referred decision may require reconsideration .....

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