Averments without Providing Nature of Service and Classification of Taxpayer in SCN is Vague: CESTAT upholds Rs. 9 Cr Service Tax Demand Drop [Read Order]

The bench held that the demand raised under VCES was not justified as the department had not considered the amount paid through Cenvat credit
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The Customs, Excise, and Service Tax Appellate Tribunal ( CESTAT ) Hyderabad held that averments in a Show Cause Notice ( SCN ) without providing the nature of service and classification of the taxpayer are vague, resulting in the upholding of the Rs. 9 crore service tax demand drop. The appellant, Vijay Mining & Infra…

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