Act Info: Preamble 1 – KARNATAKA TAX ON ENTRY OF GOODS ACT, Chapter I. Section 1 – Short title extent and commencement. Section 2 – Definitions. Karnataka Tax on Entry of Goods Act, (“the KTEG Act” for short) is an Act to provide local areas for consumption, use or sale therein. The KTEG Act has. Dear all Sec 8A of the KTEG Act Power to withhold refund in certain cases 1 Where an order giving rise to refund is the subject matter of.

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Karnataka High Court Precious stones namely diamonds, emeralds, rubies, real pearls and sapphires and articles in which such precious stones are set, semi-precious stones and articles in which such semi-precious stones are set.

Confectionery, biscuits and cakes. Silk yarn that is to say, twisted or thrown silk yarn, spun silk yarn and noil silk yarn.

Railway Claims Tribunal 0. The Objects and Reasons of the Act read thus: Rubber and other tyres, tubes and ktwg other than those specified in Section 14 of the Central Sales Tax Act, Section 20 – Submission of certain records, by owners, etc.

Rate of tax on entry of goods in karnataka-Karnataka Tax on Entry of Goods Act

Article contains two clauses. In fact, the rule mandates the applicability of the procedure to all assessees. Constitution and the same has been turned down by the Hon’ble Supreme Court. Capital gain computation – reference to DVO – fair market value determ The facts giving rise to this Fire fighting equipments and devices.


Rubber, that is to say: Government to levy tax on entry of Scheduled goods in every local area in Karnataka State for consumption, use or sale therein…. Writ petitioners are all persons who come within the definition of ‘assessee’ as defined under section 2 1 a of the Karnataka Special Tax on Entry of Certain Goods Karnataka Tax on Entry of Goods Act Paints, colours, varnishes, pigments, polishes, indigo, enamel, bale oil, white oil, turpentine all kindsthinners, primers and paint brushes.

Experts – Forum Experts – Articles. Andhra Pradesh High Court. Wireless reception instruments and apparatus including televisions and components thereof ; amplifiers and synthesisers. Section 27 – Courts not to set aside or modify assessment except as provided in this Act.

The toll taxes which are imposed are compensatory in nature Arguments of both the learned counsel have been heard. Input tax credit should be allowed for motor car to all when used in f In my opinion, the order is in accordance with law and needs no interference. Tax ActAssam Act IV of in short, the principal Act with a view to levy tax on entry of goodsinto any local area of Assam for consumption, use or sale therein, w Clarification on export of services under GST H: Gramaphone records and needles.

Octroi was being criticised as Archaic and obnoxious impeding the free flow of trade creating bottlenecks. Bojoy Raj Jain And Others v. It cannot be denied nor can be presumed that the motor vehicles are not produced in the State of Karnataka.

Rate of tax on entry of goods in karnataka-Karnataka Tax on Entry of Goods Act

The above decision de Manipal Academy of Higher Education, Manipal v. Appellate Tribunal For Electricity 4. Harinagar Sugar Mills Ltd.


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Proceedings under the KTEG Act, 1979

This decision is reported in Discount after Supply F: Itw Signode India Ltd. Marble slabs and articles made therefrom.

Dictaphones and other similar apparatus for recording sound and parts and accessories thereof. The Act which came into force ktg 1st June,provided for levy of tax bn three goodsnamely, i All varieties of textiles, namely, c State Consumer Disputes Redressal Commission. Authority and the First Appellate Authority and directed to refund to the respondeat, the entry tax paid by them.

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In order to appreciate the controversy, brief reference to the statutory provision is as under: Items 4 and 5, which are relevant in the Leather goods other than footware and those specified elsewhere. Allahabad High Court Meghalaya High Court 3. CSL 79 dated May 31, issued by the State Government in exercise of the powers conferred by Section 3 of the Act is involved in the appeal by special leave at the instance of the State of The dispute in this case arose in the course of assessment for the Assessment Year Cases cited for the legal proposition you have searched for.

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