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Section 35F – The Central Excise Act, 1944

The Central Excise Act, 1944





Where in any appeal under this Chapter, the decision or order appealed against relates to any duty demanded in respect of goods which are not under the control of central excise authori­ties or any penalty levied under this Act, the person desirous of appealing against such decision or order shall, pending the appeal, deposit with the adjudicating authority the duty demanded or the penalty levied:


Provided that where in any particular case, the 1[Commissioner (Appeals)] or the Appellate Tribunal is of opinion that the deposit of duty demanded or penalty levied would cause undue hardship to such person, the 1[Commissioner (Appeals)] or, as the case may be, the Appellate Tribunal, may dispense with such deposit subject to such conditions as he or it may deem fit to impose so as to safeguard the interests of revenue:


2[Provided further that where an application is filed before the Commissioner (Appeals) for dispensing with the deposit of duty demanded or penalty levied under the first proviso, the Commissioner (Appeals) shall, where it is possible to do so, decide such application within thirty days from the date of its filling.]


3[Explanation.—For the purposes of this section “duty demanded” shall include,—


(i) amount determined under section 11D;


(ii) amount of erroneous CENVAT credit taken;


(iii) amount payable under rule 57CC of Central Excise Rules, 1944;


(iv) amount payable under rule 6 of CENVAT Credit Rules, 2001 or CENVAT Credit Rules, 2002 or CENVAT Credit Rules, 2004;


(v) interest payable under the provisions of this Act or the rules made thereunder.]






Where the Collector passed an order rejecting the stay application as to pre-deposit without giving an opportunity to hear the parties and consequently dismissed the appeal also, the order being in violation of the rule of natural justice, cannot be sustained and the matter was remanded; Mahindra and Mahindra Ltd. v. Union of India, 1991 (51) ELT 219 (Bom).



1. Subs. by Act 22 of 1995, sec. 70, for “Collector (Appeals)” (w.e.f. 26-5-1995).


2.Ins. by Act 14 of 2001, sec. 130 (w.e.f. 11-5-2001).


3. Ins. by Act 22 of 2007, sec. 131 (w.e.f. 11-5-2007)



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