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Valuation

ECS subject-wise list of Central Excise cases

S No

Citation

Name of the Party

Subject Heading

1

2012 (1) ECS (39) (Tri-Del)(282 KB)

Hindustan Industries

Interest to be paid on differential duty on account of price escalation. In view of the revision of the prices upward from a back date, interest is liable to be paid on the duty under provisions of Section 11 AB. No SCN is required and no limitation period is applicable

2

2012 (1) ECS (75) (Tri-Che)(217 KB)

M/s. Allianz Bio Sciences P Ltd.

Valuation of Physician Samples distributed free of cost has to be made on the basis of prorate value of the regular pack of comparable goods in terms of the provisions of Rule 4

3

2012 (2) ECS (43 ) (Tri-Del)(172 KB)

M/s Century Laminating Company Ltd.

In terms of judgments of the Apex Court in the case of CCE, New Delhi vs. Vikram Detergent Ltd. (supra), the deduction of damage discount being in the nature of refund or benefit to the buyer by the way of compensation for damage, breakage or loss suffered by the goods after removal from the factory, is not permissible

4

2013 (1) ECS (48) (Tri-Del)(158 KB)

M/s Maruti Suzuki India Ltd

Pool lifting charges, recovered by dealers, included in the assessable value of motor cars

5

2013 (1) ECS (52) (Tri-Del)(192 KB)

M/s Soni Ispat Ltd. & Others

Place of removal is the premises of the consignment agent and therefore the assessable value would be the price charged from such agent's premises which would include transportation charges up to that point

6

2013 (2) ECS (104) (Tri-Del)(124 KB)

M/s Sukalp Agencies

In absence of material to show separability of clearance of excisable goods from installation and testing charge activity by divisible contracts, it is not possible to agree with the appellant. Revenue's allegation that installation and testing charges should form part of assessable value is sustained

7

2012(1) ECS (161) (Tri-Ban)(473 KB)

M/s. Mangalore Refinery & Petrochemicals Ltd.

The Rationale for inclusion for cost of goods and services under Rule 9 is to place the vertically integrated operation on par with split operation so that the transaction value does not get skewed on account of different practices/arrangements

8

2014 (1) ECS (132) (Tri-Ahd)](214 KB)

M/s Lear Automotive India Pvt Ltd.

Appropriate element of cost, enhancing the value of components/ parts, will also required to be added to the assessable value of the seats

9

2014 (1) ECS (167) (Tri-Kol)](197 KB)

M/s. Burn Standard & Company Limited Vs

Assessee"s contention that they had a bonafide belief for non-inclusion of value of free issue material in the transaction value regime even though a specific judgment was against them, is not acceptable..

10

2014 (4) ECS (139) (Tri-Kol) (193 KB)

M/s. Hyva (India) Pvt. Ltd..

Valuation: As the goods namely, motor vehicles, have not been sold as provided in Section 4(1)(b) of the Act, the value is to be determined under Rule 10A of the Valuation Rules