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Nov 20 2006 (HC)

Commr. of C. Ex. Vs. Avon Cycles Ltd.

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Decided on : Nov-20-2006

Reported in : 2007(208)ELT492(P& H); 2007[5]STR258

..... act is invokable?2. the revenue raised demand of duty in regard to steel structures and part thereof got fabricated by the assessee on job work, in terms of the contracts. demand was raised beyond the period of limitation specified under section 11a of the act, though within the extended period of limitation, applicable in a circumstance where the assessee is ..... guilty of wilful suppression of facts with an intent to evade payment of duty.3. the assessee claimed that in the process of execution of civil contract, manufacture of excisable goods was not involved.4. the claim of the assessee was rejected. though it was noted that in execution of civil ..... contract, manufacture of excisable goods may not be involved, a case for invoking extended period of limitation was held to have been made out.5. the tribunal accepted the claim of .....

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Aug 04 2006 (HC)

Commissioner of Income Tax-i Vs. Abhishek Industries Ltd.

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Decided on : Aug-04-2006

Reported in : (2006)205CTR(P& H)304; [2006]286ITR1(P& H)

..... interest-free to the relatives of the partners, it was clearly not a business purpose. the assessee clearly diverted the funds which had been borrowed, had been invested in the contract work, after the investment was recovered and was available either for the purposes of the business or by way of repayment of the loan. the assessee did neither, but chose ..... -tax : [1999]238itr939(mad) , while dealing with a similar proposition, madras high court held as under:the amount so lent, according to the assessee, came out of the contract earnings. the amount borrowed, according to the assessee was invested in the execution of the contracts. it is clear, therefore, that the assessee had invested the borrowed funds in the execution of the ..... contracts, had recouped the money so invested presumably with profits as well on executing the contract. the amount realised on the execution thus, included the amount which the assessee had borrowed .....

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Jul 25 2006 (HC)

Chanchal Devi Vs. Union of India (Uoi) and ors.

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Decided on : Jul-25-2006

Reported in : (2006)144PLR315

..... the above or any other rule in this sub-section shall also be deemed to include such putative parents (or surviving parents as the case may be) as had not contracted a lawful marriage but were living as husband and wife at the time of or got lawfully married subsequent to the conception of deceased member of the forces.5. it .....

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May 26 2006 (HC)

Trishul Industries Vs. the State of Haryana and anr.

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Decided on : May-26-2006

Reported in : (2006)144PLR222

..... basic pay and dearness allowance in lieu of such notice.34. a perusal of the aforesaid extract of the judgment would show that the supreme court was considering the contract of employment and its drastic consequences on the employees. it has been specifically noticed that the employees virtually had no choice, but to accept the unreasonable clause otherwise, it ..... of the parties, in paragraph 82 of the judgment, the supreme court observed as under:82. another jurisprudential concept of comparatively modern origin which has affected the law of contracts is the theory of 'distributive justice'. according to this doctrine, distributive fairness and justice in the possession of wealth and property can he achieved not only by taxation but ..... and ors. v. green rubber industries and ors. 1990 supreme court cases 1699 and bareilly development authority v. varinda gujarati and ors. : air2004sc1749 . having voluntarily entered into the contract, the petitioners cannot be permitted to claim that there was no provision under the 1963 act for levying conversion charges prior to the amendment in section 7 of the act ..... controlled area of gurgaon which is a very high potential zone, being near to delhi.4. it is further stated that the respondents and the petitioners have entered into voluntary contracts. therefore, the petitioners cannot now be permitted to resile from the same. furthermore, the government had adopted a wholly considerate view towards the petitioners. on the representation submitted .....

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Apr 28 2006 (HC)

Mapsa Tapes Pvt. Ltd. Vs. Union of India (Uoi)

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Decided on : Apr-28-2006

Reported in : 2006(201)ELT7(P& H)

order1. this writ petition calls in question search and consequent seizure of goods belonging to the petitioners vide seizure memos dated 24-2-2005, annexure p. 5 and 29-3-2005, annexure p. 12 and summons dated 29-3-2005, annexure p. 14,1-4-2005, annexures p. 16 and p. 17.2. case of the petitioners is that they are engaged in importing goods from china and taiwan. the goods are imported for home consumption i.e. for mixing with masses of the goods of the country. they filed bill of entry under section 46 of the customs act 1962 (for short, 'the act'). it is further submitted that in respect of goods i.e. pvc coated fabrics imported during the period december, 2004 to january 2005, covered by bills of entry, annexure p.i (collectively), the proper officer cleared the bills of entries under section 47 of the act and the petitioners deposited the requisite duty. as far as second consignment of goods, which are woven silk fabrics, b grade, bills of entries were cleared on provisional assessment basis on deposit of duty and furnishing of pd bond and bank guarantee. after clearance, the goods were stored at 144, hsidc, kundli, industrial estate, sonepat. on 8-2-2005 at 5.30 pm, the officials of the customs department came at the godown of the petitioners and sealed their godown. the petitioners made representation pointing out that action of the respondents was illegal. godowns were desealed on 24-2-2005 but again the respondents seized the goods and left the same on superdari with .....

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Apr 25 2006 (HC)

Regular Traders Vs. State of Punjab and ors.

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Decided on : Apr-25-2006

Reported in : (2007)10VST245(P& H)

..... rightly pleaded that according to the facts of this case, there is no privity of contract between appellant and foreign buyer and there are two distinct sales one between appellant and corporation and other between corporation and importer. it is on account of ..... export by the corporation. thus the appellant was acting as agent and he was under obligation to do so under specific contract executed with the corporation. hence the contentions raised by the appellant have no force. the pleadings of the counsel for the state have weight and he has ..... the following findings in para no. 5 of the order:.the immediate cause of movement of goods and export out of india was the contract between corporation and the foreign buyer and not the sale between the appellant and corporation. the export out of india was occasioned by an independent ..... contract of sale between the corporation and foreign buyer. the appellant put the goods sold by them to corporation on board mainly to facilitate the intended ..... the order of assessment for the year in question framed under the 1956 act are extracted below:.the assessee-firm has entered into a contract of sale of hosiery goods for export to russia with the stc on the terms and conditions of sales laid down in the .....

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Apr 25 2006 (HC)

Rajinder Kumar Vs. State of Haryana and ors.

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Decided on : Apr-25-2006

Reported in : (2006)143PLR474

..... haryana government general administration department (genera! services) notification dated 28.1.2000 by the governor of haryana. it has been claimed that a statutory right accrues to ad hoc employees/contract wage employees and daily wage employees (group c&d;) for regularisation pursuant to the completion of three years service on specified date i.e. 30.9.2003, with notional permissible ..... the instruments to facilitate the bypassing of the constitutional and statutory mandates.10. explaining that an employee who has been engaged either on temporaiy basis or casual basis or on contract basis, is fully aware what he has accepted and, therefore, he has no legitimate expectation to continue in service the way a regularly recruited employee would expect. the constitution bench ..... service regulating the recruitment. in other words, the employees who have entered in service on ad hoc basis for a period of 89 days, as a daily wager or on contract basis or by any other mode not supported by the basic feature of the constitution as enshrined under article 14 and 16(1) of the constitution, would not be entitled ..... among qualified persons, the same would not confer any right on the appointee. if it is a contractual appointment, the appointment comes to an end at the end of the contract, if it were an engagement or appointment on daily wages or casual basis, the same would come to an end when it is discontinued. similarly, a temporary employee could not .....

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Mar 06 2006 (HC)

Shiv Dutt and ors. Vs. State of Haryana

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Decided on : Mar-06-2006

Reported in : (2006)143PLR706

..... and had not completed 18 years of age, she was a child within the meaning of child marriage restraint act, 1929. deepak accused who was 24 years of age, had contracted marriage with the child. he was liable for offence under section 4 of child marriage restraint act, 1929 (for short 'the act'). the other accused who had conducted or directed .....

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Nov 22 2006 (HC)

Xcell Automation Vs. Government of Punjab and anr.

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Decided on : Nov-22-2006

Reported in : (2007)146PLR685; (2007)5VST308(P& H)

..... trade or commerce, the liability to tax depends upon the situs of the sale. as in most of these cases the movement of the goods would be pursuant to the contract of sale or purchase, the situs would be outside the state because of which the goods would suffer central sales tax or the state sales tax in the exporting state .....

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Oct 17 2006 (HC)

Mahalakshmi Spinners Ltd. and ors. Vs. State of Haryana and anr.

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Decided on : Oct-17-2006

Reported in : 2007CriLJ429

..... , 2003.2. as per the case of the prosecution, petitioner m/s. mahalakshmi spinners limited, panipat was having large supply electricity connection bearing a/c. no. ls-67 with sanctioned contract demand of 898 kva with uttar haryana bijli vitran nigarn limited (for short 'uhbvn'). on 24-1-2006 a raiding party of uhbvn checked the premises of the petitioner. during .....

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