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Central Industrial Security Force Versus CCE, Pondicherry

2016 (8) TMI 1101 - CESTAT CHENNAI

Condonation of delay - 1802 days - appellant is a Government department and had to seek prior approval from the higher authorities and the matter was also under consideration by the Ministry of Home Affairs, so the appeal could not be filed within th .....

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eld that:- by following the decision of Tribunal in their own case [2013 (11) TMI 100 - CESTAT MUMBAI] wherein the Mumbai Bench of the Tribunal being satisfied with the very same reason and condoned the delay of 826 days, delay is condoned in this ap .....

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t CISF, for the Appellant Shri A. Cletus ADC (AR), for the Respondent ORDER Per P. K. Choudhary The appellant has filed application for condonation of delay of 1802 days in filing the appeal against the Order-in-Original No. 67/2009 dated 28.10.2009 .....

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orities and the matter was also under consideration by the Ministry of Home Affairs, the appeal could not be filed within the stipulated time hence, the delay occurred. He further submits they were under the impression that the appeal filed against O .....

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delay of 1802 days in preferring the appeal. In support of his contention, he relies on the decision of the Tribunal at Mumbai in their own case reported in 2014 (33) STR 55 (Tri.-Mum.), wherein delay of 826 days was condoned and held that there is .....

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3. The Ld. AR, Shri A. Cletus, ADC, appeared on behalf of the Revenue reiterated the findings of the adjudicating authority and submits that as per the definition of Section 65 (94) and 65 (105) (w) Finance Act, 1994, the appellant s providing of se .....

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