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Section 45 of Delhi Value Added Tax Act 2004 - Continuation of certain recovery proceedings

What is Continuation of certain recovery proceedings Section 45 of DVAT Act 2004

 

Section 45 : Continuation of certain recovery proceedings - Delhi Value Added Tax Act 2004

Rule 38, Form 26

Where an assessment or notice of demand in respect of any tax, penalty or other amount payable under this Act (hereinafter in this section referred to as "government dues") is served upon any person and any objection or appeal is initiated by the person against the assessment or demand for such government dues then


 

(a) if the objection or appeal is disallowed in whole or in part, any recovery proceedings taken for the recovery of such government dues before the making of the objection or appeal, may, without the service of any fresh assessment or notice of demand, be continued from the stage at which such recovery proceedings stood immediately before the person made the objection or appeal; and (b) where such government dues are reduced in any objection or appeal

(i) it shall not be necessary for the Commissioner to serve upon the person a fresh assessment or notice of demand; and

(ii) the Commissioner shall give intimation of such reduction to him and to the person with whom recovery proceedings are pending.

(iii) any recovery proceedings initiated on the basis of an assessment or notice of demand served upon a person before the disposal of such objection or appeal, may be continued in relation to the amount so reduced from the stage at which such proceedings stood immediately before the person made the objection or appeal.

(c) no recovery proceedings in relation to such Government dues shall be invalid by reason only that no fresh notice of demand was served upon the dealer or person after the disposal of such objection or appeal or such Government dues have been enhanced or reduced in such objection or appeal.

 

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