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M/s Intas Pharmaceuticals Ltd. Versus Commissioner of C. Ex. & S. Tax, Ahmedabad-II

Refund claim - Reversal of CENAVT credit - medicines destroyed being unfit for human consumption during the period November 2011 to May 2012 - Held that: - I find that the provisions of Rule 21 of the Central Excise Rules 2002 is attracted in the present case as the Appellant by their own admission has destroyed the waste pharmaceutical, same being expired medicine unfit for consumption of human being and therefore, the Appellant were required to have applied for the remission permission from th .....

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be remitted under Rule 21 of Central Excise Rules 2002. I also find that the Board, vide circular No.800/33/2004-CX, dt.01.01.2004 has clarified that the credit of Excise duty paid on the inputs used in the manufacture of finished goods, on which duty has been remitted due to damage or destruction etc., is not permissible and dues with interest should be recovered. I find that reversal of CENVAT Credit on inputs contained in the waste pharmaceuticals destroyed are governed by the provisions of R .....

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hra, A.R. ORDER None present for the Appellants despite notice, nor any adjournment request either on the earlier date of hearing or for today filed by the Appellant. Heard the learned Authorised Representative for the Revenue. 2. This appeal is filed against OIA No.21/2013(Ahd-II)CE/AK/Commr(A)/Ahd, dt.31.01.2013, passed by Commissioner (Appeals), C.Ex. & S.Tax, Ahmedabad 3. Briefly stated the facts of the case are that the Appellant had reversed CENVAT Credit of ₹ 9,79,481/- on the i .....

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ed their appeal. Hence, the present appeal. 4. The learned Authorised Representative for the Revenue submits that even though the finished products were destroyed by the Appellant, being unfit for human consumption, however, they did not apply for remission of duty. The contention of the Appellant that they have not applied for remission of duty, hence, sub-rule (5C) of Rule 3 of CENVAT Credit Rules 2004 is not applicable, cannot be acceptable. 5. I find that undisputedly the Appellant had destr .....

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getting remission permission and the question of reversal of CENVAT Credit does not arise and hence Notification No.33/2007-CE(NT), dt.07.09.2007 is not applicable to their case. I find that the provisions of Rule 21 of the Central Excise Rules 2002 is attracted in the present case as the Appellant by their own admission has destroyed the waste pharmaceutical, same being expired medicine unfit for consumption of human being and therefore, the Appellant were required to have applied for the remis .....

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