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2016 (9) TMI 789 - MADRAS HIGH COURT

2016 (9) TMI 789 - MADRAS HIGH COURT - TMI - Pre-deposit - Seeking grant of one more opportunity to present the case - proceedings have been completed ex-parte - Held that:- as the appeal filed by appellant to the Tribunal is time barred, the petitioner cannot at this point of time approach to the Tribunal for re-considering the amount payable by the petitioner, for being entitled to for a fresh opportunity. The petitioner should abide by the condition to be imposed by this Court. Therefore, the .....

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epresentative and re-do the assessment in accordance with law. - Petition disposed of - WP. No. 32011/2016 & WMP. Nos. 27759 & 27760/2016 - Dated:- 14-9-2016 - T. S. Sivagnanam, J. For the Petitioner : Mr.Joseph Prabakar For the Respondents : Mr.S.R.Sundar, SCGSC ORDER Heard Mr.Joseph Prabakar, learned counsel for the petitioner and Mr.S.R.Sundar, learned Senior Central Government Standing Counsel accepting notice on behalf of the respondents and with the consent on either side, the writ petitio .....

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t and a penalty of ₹ 45,70,803/- that is equivalent to the Service Tax imposed on the petitioner u/s.78 of the Act. The learned counsel for the petitioner though has raised several contentions in the affidavit filed in support of this writ petition, he would fairly concede that the petitioner had not been diligent enough to contest the matter when notices were issued and he would unconditionally submit that if the petitioner is given one more opportunity, he will place all the records befo .....

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gistered with the Department under the category Fashion Designing Services , he being the assessee on the file of the respondent Department, should not shy away from the proceedings which is being initiated against it. Rather, it is the statutory duty cast upon the assessee to receive the notices, submit their reply and when he is directed to appear for personal hearing, should promptly appear before the authority. However, the petitioner has failed to take note of the seriousness of the proceed .....

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