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2016 (6) TMI 445 - CESTAT CHENNAI

2016 (6) TMI 445 - CESTAT CHENNAI - TMI - Tax liability - Security service - Substantial reduction on reconciliation of accounts - Held that:- even the delay in receipt of payment advice may cause difference in determination of liability of the relevant taxing period. Therefore, it may not cause prejudice to the interest of Revenue, if the appellant gets an opportunity for reconciliation of its figures and satisfy the adjudicating authority for determination of proper tax liability. Accordingly, .....

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charged partially to that extent of liability is discharged, penalty may not be exigible. However, saying so, we do not prevail over the mind of the adjudicating authority since there is no estoppel against law and what that is law shall apply on the facts and circumstances of the case that may reach to his record. The appellant shall be heard on both facts and law and a reasoned and speaking order shall also be passed. Ld. Adjudicating authority has extended the concessional penalty of 25% of t .....

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intained at Mumbai. Depending on the payment advice from different parts of the Country where service is provided, accounts is compiled in Mumbai and reconciliation of accounts could not be done expeditiously. During the impugned period, although the appellant was registered, returns were not filed. Ld. Adjudicating authority raised service tax demand of ₹ 52,54,860/-. However, tax liability shall be substantially reduced on reconciliation of accounts and that may be to the tune of ₹ .....

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efore, there should be a proper application of law and proper re-adjudication on such count. 3. Revenue says that the appellant availed opportunities to explain their case and adjudication order was passed on the figures submitted by them. Therefore, there is no need to send back the matter for reconciliation. So far as the penalty aspect is concerned, Revenue says that has properly been levied. 4. Heard both sides and perused the records. 5. Ld. Counsel s submission deserves appreciation for th .....

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