Find enclosed Compilation of FAQ’s on GST for your ready reference. This is only for educational and guidance purposes and do not hold any legal validity.
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(i) Whether the impugned Business Auxiliary Service of promotion of market in India for foreign principal made in terms of Article 2 and 3 of the Agreement dated 01/07/2005 amounts to export of service considering Article 286 (1) (b) of the Constitution of India read with Apex decisions in the case of State of Kerala and Others Vs. The Cochin Coal Company Ltd. - (1961) 12 STC 1 (SC) , Burmah Shell Oil Storage and Distributing Co, of India Ltd. and Other Vs. Commercial Tax Officers and Others - 2002-TIOL-966-SC-CT-CB and the provisions of Export Service Rules, 2005 as well as Circular No. 141/10/2011 - TRU dated 13.05.2011 issued by CBE & C?(ii) Whether the impugned Business Auxiliary Service of promotion of market in India for foreign principal made in terms of Article 2 and 3 of the Agreement dated 01/07/2005 was delivered outside India and used thereat and is immune from levy of service tax as export of service in terms of the provisions of Export Service Rules, 2005 read with circulars issued by CBE & C excluding Circular No.141/10/2011 - TRU dated 13.05.2011?(iii) Whether the impugned Business Auxiliary Service provided in terms of Agreement dated 01/07/2005 is governed by the principles of equivalence and destination based consumption tax as well as law laid down by Apex Court in All India Federation of Tax Practitioners - 2007-TIOL-149-SC-STand Association of Leasing and Financial Services Companies Vs. UOI - 2010-TIOL-87-SC-ST-LB.(iv) The Appeal in Appeal No. ST-828/2010 without being argued by both sides whether can be said to have involved the issue that output service was exported or conclusion is to be arrived at upon hearing both sides?(v) Whether demand for the normal period sustains subject to grant of cum-tax benefit and CENVAT Credit?
++ Even otherwise also, I find that the disputed service is the service being provided by the appellant to his principal located in Singapore. The marketing operations done by the appellant in India cannot be said to be at the behest of any Indian customer. The service being provided may or may not result in any sales of the product on Indian soil. The transactions and activities between the appellant and Singapore principal company are the disputed activities. As such, the services are being provided by the appellant to Singapore recipient company and to be used by them at Singapore, may be for the purpose of the sale of their product in India, have to be held as export of services.
Find enclosed Compilation of FAQ’s on GST for your ready reference. This is only for educational and guidance purposes and do not hold an...