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2018 (8) TMI 698

ger re-intergra as this Tribunal in the case of MR. CHARANJEET SINGH KHANUJA AND OTHERS VERSUS CST, INDORE/LUCKNOW/JAIPUR/LUDHIANA AND OTHERS [2015 (6) TMI 585 - CESTAT NEW DELHI] has already laid down the principles with regard to the facts as involved in the present appeal and numerous appeals on the same issue were remanded back to the Original Authorities for deciding the matter afresh. - Matter remanded back to the Original Adjudicating Authority to decide the issue afresh in view of the findings of this Tribunal in the above mentioned order. - Appeal allowed by way of remand. - Appeal No. ST/50312/2015-CU [DB] - Final Order No. 52733/2018 - 2-8-2018 - Hon ble Shri Anil Choudhary, Member ( Judicial ) And Hon'ble Shri C. L. .....

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matter is already decided by this Tribunal in the above mentioned Final Order as under:- 12. According to the Department, the activity of the assessees is promotion or marketing or sale of the goods produced or provided by or belonging to the client. In our view, the activity which is covered under Section 19(i) is in relation to the promotion or marketing or sale of the goods produced by the client or provided by the client or belonging to the client. This expression, in our view, would not cover the sale of the goods by a person, which belong to him, as the activity of the promotion or marketing or sale of the goods by a person belonging to him would not constitute service. The assessees in these cases are distributors, who purchase the .....

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an be roped in for sale of the Amway products/marketing of the Amway products and who on being sponsored by that Distributor are appointed by Amway as second level of distributors is, in our view, the activity of marketing or sale of the goods belonging to Amway and the commission received by the Distributor from Amway, which is linked to the performance of his sales group (group of the second level of distributors appointed on being sponsored by the Distributor) would have to be treated as consideration for Business Auxiliary Service of sales promotion provided to Amway. Therefore, service tax would be chargeable on the commission received by a Distributor from Amway on the products purchased by his sales group. However, in the impugned or .....

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firm owned by a person and that person. When an individual engages himself in a commercial activity, he has to be treated as business or commercial concern. Therefore, notwithstanding the fact that w.e.f. 1-5-2006 the term, commercial concern in Section 65(105)(zzb) was replaced by any person , we are of the view that even during the period prior to 1-5-2006, the Business Auxiliary Service, even if provided by an individual to a client, was taxable. Moreover, in this group of appeals, the Appellants in Appeal No. ST/257/2011 and ST/259/2011 are proprietary firms who, without any doubt, are commercial concerns. 15. Another point of dispute is as to whether duty exemption under notification No. 5/2006-ST would be admissible to the Distributor .....

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that the assessees neither obtained service tax registration nor did they declare their activities to the jurisdictional Service tax authorities nor did they file ST-3 Return and, therefore, they are guilty of suppression of relevant facts and deliberate violation of the provisions of Finance Act, 1994 and of the Rules made thereunder with intent to evade payment of tax. On considering the rival submissions on this point, we are of the view merely because the assessees did not apply for Service Tax Registration or did not file ST-3 Returns or did not declare their activities to the jurisdictional central excise authorities, it cannot be inferred that this was a wilful act with intent to evade payment of service tax. We also take notice of .....

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