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Report No. 61

Conclusion

4.28. Whole Act should be self-contained.-

In fact, as regards the whole Central Sales Tax Act, we may suggest that the Act should be self-contained. The specific amendments suggested above should,1 of course, be undertaken, as an urgent measure, but, as a long term measure, it is desirable to make the Act self-contained, in respect of matters2 for which section 9(2) at present provides.

1. Paras. 4.16, 41.8, 4.27, supra.

2. Cf. para. 4.16, supra read with 4.15(C).



Certain Problems connected with Powers of the States to Levy a Tax on the Sale of Goods and with the Central Sales Tax Act, 1956 Back




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