Excise Law and Taxes

Central Excise duty can be best defined as an indirect tax that is levied on goods within the country (India). The goods that carry the tax are specified under the Central Excise Tariff Act, and since the word ‘goods’ is not defined in the act, the meaning is taken from the constitution and from the Act for sale of goods. It is understood that goods that are capable of being sold, moved and marketable, those carry the tax. Under the Central Excise Act, 1944, there can be varied categories of fine or penalties applicable as per details of the case, and we work extensively on getting better judgment for every client. Common fine or penalties under Central Excise Rules, 1944 include • Penalties for persons who are responsible for business, including managers, directors and partners • Penalties for those who back abet offences mentioned under Section 9 of the Act • Penalties on companies • Confiscation of goods for which offence is charged or duty is evaded • Confiscation of manufacturing resources, land, and building related to excisable goods • Penalties for persons offering misleading information • Publishing names, place and persons convicted under the act, with powers taken from section 9(B) No matter whether the litigation is about Refunds and Rebates, Monitoring and administrative control, procedure or fines, our lawyers can guide business persons, companies and team of advocate with the right legal steps to get the best choices under the act. Given that Central Excise Act, 1944 can be quite convoluted with plenty of elements and sections that can work against a situation, our lawyers take the best steps to ensure justice.
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