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Court: GSTAT Delhi Date of Order: 2019-01-02

A notice was sent to the Appellants by Speed Post on 29 October, 2018 fixing 02 January, 2019 as the date for hearing. However, no one has appeared for the Appellants. In the interest of justice, we adjourn the matter to 07 February, 2019.

Court: GSTAT Delhi Date of Order: 2019-01-02

A notice was sent to the Respondent on 23 October, 2018 fixing 02 January, 2019 as the date of hearing. Today, neither the Respondent nor any counsel has appeared on their behalf. In the interest of justice, matter is adjourned to 19 February, 2019.

Court: GSTAT Chennai   Date of Order: 2019-01-01

On behalf of the appellant, ld. counsel Ms. Rachna submitted that the General Manager (Finance) who received the impugned order left the company and after searching the old records in September, 2018, the appellants were able to file the appeal with a delay of 176 days. She submitted that there are no willful latches on the part of the appellant in filing the appeal.

Court: GSTAT Delhi   Date of Order: 2019-01-01

An application seeking Condonation of delay in filing this appeal has been filed. In view of the averments made in the application and the submissions advanced by the learned Counsel of the appellant, we are satisfied that the appellant was prevented by sufficient cause from preferring the appeal within the stipulated time. Accordingly, we deem it proper to condone the delay in filing the appeal. However, in the facts and circumstances, we deem it proper to impose a cost of Rs.2,500/- (Rupees Two thousand and five hundred only) which shall be deposited in the Prime Minister’s relief fund within a period of one month.

Court: GSTAT Delhi   Date of Order: 2018-12-28

As the delay in presenting the present Appeal is only of 13 days, I hereby condone the same and allow the COD Application.

Court: GSTAT Hyderabad   Date of Order: 2018-12-19

At this juncture, Learned Departmental Representative submits that the amount involved in this case is Rs.25,183/- duty and penalty of Rs. 2,518/-, hence matter should be considered under Section 35B of the Central Excise Act, 1944. In our view, the matter should be listed for admission purposes on 10.01.2019 and direction to Learned Counsel to produce details of the other cases which are pending before the Tribunal.

Court: GSTAT Chennai   Date of Order: 2018-12-14

The delay being nominal and sufficient cause being made out in the COD application, the same is condoned and Registry is directed to list the appeal along with Appeal No. E/41658/2018 for hearing on 14.2.2019.

Court: GSTAT Hyderabad Date of Order: 2018-12-06

In my view, the first appellate authority should be given an opportunity to reconsider the issue afresh. Accordingly, impugned order is set aside and the matter is remanded back to the first appellate authority to reconsider the issue afresh after following the principles of natural justice.”

Court: GSTAT Chennai Date of Order: 2018-12-04

Early hearing applications have been filed in all these appeals. However, when the matter was called out, appellants were not present nor were they represented by any counsel or authorized representative. Therefore it appears to reason that appellants are not serious about pursuing the applications. On this ground, EH applications in all these appeals are dismissed.

Court: GSTAT Chennai   Date of Order: 2018-11-30

The ld. counsel Shri Akshay Ananth Raman appeared on behalf of the appellant and argued that the impugned order was communicated to the appellant on 31.1.2017. It was received by the representative of the appellant Proprietor. On 20.12.2016, the appellant sustained an accident fall during shopping and was admitted to the hospital. His right knee was injured and had to undergo “arthroscopic partial medical menisectomy” of the right knee. He was hospitalized two days and discharged for rest and medication for almost a month. Later, due to aggravated pain and difficulty in walking, he was again hospitalized on 30.3.2017 in the same Sundaram Medical Hospital. Since the earlier operation done on the knee was not completely successful, the very same operation was further done and was discharged on 1.4.2017. He had to undergo medication as well as rest and was not able to walk. Due to his medical condition, the appellant was not able to attend to the office matters as well as to file the appeal. The delay occurred only due to the ill-health of the proprietor. He therefore prayed that a lenient view may be taken and the delay may be condoned.