Difference between Trademark, Copyright and Patent: IP Eco System

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By Ashrujit Basu   ‘Rembrandts In Attic’ written by two fellow Intellectual Property Strategist named Kevin G Rivette and David Kline, when first published in the year of 2000 impacted many Billion Dollar companies such as Microsoft and IBM as these companies adopted IP as a tool for business growth rather than just a legal … Continue reading Difference between Trademark, Copyright and Patent: IP Eco System

Penalties and Interest under the Service Tax Provisions

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Service tax refers to tax collected by the government of India from certain service providers for providing certain services. The person who pays service tax can be either a service provider or a service receiver or any other person who is responsible for providing certain services Service tax is an indirect tax levied on the … Continue reading Penalties and Interest under the Service Tax Provisions

Notional interest accrued on deposit is free from service tax

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Service tax not payable on the notional interest accrued on the security deposit received on providing immovable property on rent. Case: The Lake Palace Hotel and Motels P Ltd. vs. Commissioner of Central Excise   Facts of the Case   The appellant was owner of land and building which has been rented out to M/s. Indian … Continue reading Notional interest accrued on deposit is free from service tax

Rs 100 per day for non or late filing of service tax returns

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Service tax is an indirect tax levied on the services provided by a service provider in India. Service tax is paid by the end consumer of the service and the service provider is responsible for collection of remittance from the recipient of the taxable service. Every person liable to pay service tax shall himself assess … Continue reading Rs 100 per day for non or late filing of service tax returns

Panama Papers – When does incorporating companies outside India becomes illegal

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Panama Papers has become one of the biggest controversy and nightmare of various billionaires, sport stars, celebrities, politicians, public official and even the regulatory bodies not only of India but also of the entire world.   The question that arises is what is “Panama Paper”, where have these papers come from and what type of … Continue reading Panama Papers – When does incorporating companies outside India becomes illegal

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