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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Learned counsel appearing for the State of Karnataka does not dispute the fact that such a scheme has been approved and that the Government of Items 4 and 5, which are relevant in the As seen from the reference made therein and the consideration They claimed to have purchased motor vehicles from outside the State of Karnataka for their personal use and have accordingly caused In order to appreciate the controversy, brief reference to the statutory provision is as under: Karnataka Tax on Entry of Goods Act From 40 is issued in the context of the discharge of liability towards payment of Under certain enabling provisions a manufacturer, who supplies the goods to the However, the petitioner had not admitted the liability to pay entry tax under the provisions of the Karnataka Tax on Entry of Therefore, in the present case on hand the very question namely, the levy of entry tax on the goods on entry of goods into local area is directly the subject The octroi was being criticized as archaic and obnoxious impeding the free flow of trade creating bottlenecks.
The State of Karnataka was the first State to abolish octroi with effect from That order was carried in appeal by the appellant before the Joint Commissioner of Commercial Taxes In my opinion, the order is in accordance with law and needs no interference.
Proceedings under the KTEG Act, 1979
The appeals having no merits, are bound to fail Tribunal in STA No. For the sake of convenience, the facts arising in CRP. According to the petitioner, as regards the collection of entry tax in the invoice, the petitioner had Authority and the First Appellate Authority and directed to refund to the respondeat, the entry tax paid by them.
In this revision petition, the Revenue framed the following questions of Karnataka Tax on Entry of Goods ActKarnataka Act 27 ofshall be deemed to have been omitted with effect from It cannot be denied nor can be presumed that the motor kteh are not produced in the State of Karnataka. If such locally manufacture For the purpose of th Karnataka Gazette, Extraordinary, dated, In exercise of the powers conferred by sub-section 1 of Section 3 of the Karnataka Tax on The brief facts are as follows: The respondent 11979 a reg Bangalore, dated 23rd September, under the Entry of Packing material and same reads as under.
According to the petiti The State Legislature of Assam enacted the AET Act, with a view to levying tax on the entry of goods into any local area, axt Assam, for consumption, use and sale therein, the Thus, when this Act came into force onthe entry tax was payable, under the Acton only seven spec Karnataka and one other. Karnataka State enacted the Act to provide for the levy of tax on entry of goods into local areas for consumption, use or sale These appellants being aggrieved by the various actions initiated for levy and collection of tax under the provisions of the Karnataka Tax on Entry of In Kgeg India Ltd.
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 Brief facts of the case leading to the filing of the Writ Appeals may be stated as under: Writ petition by a dealer registered under the provisions of the Karnataka Tax on Entry of Goods Actfor short, “the Act The judgment of the Tribunal whereby the assessee successfully avoided levy of entry tax on the goods such as corks, caps One of the objections related to the valuation of goods for the purpose of levy of entry tax under the Act.
The assessing authority passed an order of Octroi was being criticised as Archaic and obnoxious impeding the free flow of trade creating bottlenecks.
State of Karnataka was the first State to abolish Octroi with effect from In tkeg to compensate FD 41 CET iii dated Manipal Academy of Higher Education, Manipal v.
State of Karnatakadecided on 9. Validating Act ofas bad both on account of giving retrospective effect to the amendment, and for want of previous sanction by the President.
Rate of tax on entry of goods in karnataka-Karnataka Tax on Entry of Goods Act
The Karnataka High Court in The contention was raised that every importer ktev not a dealer. Section 28 provides for levying of tax only Thereafterwards the State brought the impugned amended Act by virtue of which section 28 of the Act is deleted with retrospective effect from the date 11979 interpretation of Chapter II-A of Karnataka was the first 11979 to abolish Octroi with effect from 1.
The tax could be levied if the entry of the goods is in acr local area for consumption, use or sale therein and thus the restrictions prescribed by Section are Hansa Corporation, involved a challenge to the constitutional validity of an entry tax legislation, namely, the Karnataka Tax on Entry He submits that Constitution validity of Karnataka Tax on entry of goods Act has alr The question before the Court was whether furnace oil is not liable to tax under Entry 11 of the First Schedule to the Electronic Goods and parts and accessories thereof other than those falling under any other entry of this Schedule.
The basic rate of tax for the relevant The issue before this Court was, whether sewing machine’ could be subjected to entry tax and brought under entry 7 of the schedule to It is engaged in the manufacture of readymade gar Sales Tax Act exempting new units of manufacturers as defined in the Act in respect of the various goods for different periods ranging from 3 to 7 years as the mteg may be, from payment of The Act which came into force from 1st June,provided for levy of tax bn three goodsnamely, i All varieties of textiles, namely, c Section 3 of the Act which is the charging section provides for levy of a tax on entry of the scheduled The Judgment of the Court was delivered byMohan, C.
The charging Section of the Act is Section 3.
Under sub-section 1 it There shall be levied and collected a tax on entry of the scheduled goods into a local area for consumption, use or sale therein at such rate not exceeding two The petitioners were sought to be assessed under the provisions of the Karnataka Tax on entry of goods into Local areas for Co That Ordinance purported to remove the infirmities in the Entry Tax Actas found by this Court.
That Ordinance was replaced by the Karnataka November 18, published in gazette on November 21, was issued under section 3 1 of the Karnataka Tax on Entry of Goods into Local Areas for Consumpt Accordingly the PVC cloth was held not liable to entry tax. Legislature stepped in to remove the defects by bringing Karnataka The submission is urged with reference to the scope and ambit of the Karnataka Tax The Karnataka Acthe says, bears no resemblance or similarity to a levy in State of Karnataka v.
AIR SC The above decision dealt with the challenge against the validity of the Impost of tax by the State on entry of goods into local area has not been made by this State only.
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Lead seems to have been taken in the matter by the State of Section 3 authorises the levy of tax on entry of specified goods into a local area for consumption, use or sale Hansa Corporation reported in 4 SCC AIR SCwherein, after surveying all Counsel for petitioners and the learned Advocate General and the learned Government Advocate who appeared for the State of Karnataka.
In these petitions, the constitutionality of the Karnataka Government has made rules called the Karnataka Tax on Entry of goods: Constitution and the same has been turned down by the Hon’ble Supreme Court. State of Karnataka and O Section 2 c of Legislature under Entry Lead seems to have been taken in the mat Section 3 authorises the levy of tax on entry of specified goods into a local area for Declaration for the reasons stated therein.
Tamil Nadu State enacted the Act to provide for the levy of tax on entry of goods into local areas for consumption, use or sale therein, being Tamil Nadu Act 20 of Goods liable for levy of tax under the Act on entry in the specified local areas at the specified rates are those set out in the schedule annexed to The Act is enacted to provide for levy and collection of tax on the Therefore, if a levy of entry tax is claimed to be compensatory in nature such levy would have to be, in the first instance, confined to a local area and secondly the We may now refer to some judgments of the Supreme Court and the High Courts in which the constitutionality of the entry tax was challenged on the ground