The Central Excise Act 1944
(Updated upto April 2008)
Interest on delayed payment of duty.
Appeals to Commissioner (Appeals).
Procedure in appeal.
Appeals to the Appellate Tribunal.
Orders of Appellate Tribunal.
Procedure of Appellate Tribunal.
Powers of Board or Commissioner of Central Excise to pass certain orders.
Powers of revision of Board or Commissioner of Central Excise in certain cases.
Revision by Central Government.
Deposit, pending appeals, of duty demanded or penalty levied.
Statement of case to High Court.
Application to High Court.
Power of High Court or Supreme Court to require statement to be amended.
Case before High Court to be heard by not less than two judges.
Decision of High Court or Supreme Court on the case stated.
Appeal to the Supreme Court.
Hearing before Supreme Court.
Sums due to be paid notwithstanding reference, etc.
Exclusion of time taken for copy.
Transfer of certain pending proceedings and transitional provisions.
Appearance by authorised representative.
Power of Central Government to make rules.
Delegation of Power.
Instructions to Central Excise Officers.
Service of decisions, orders, summons, etc.
Rounding off of duty, etc.
Publication of rules and notifications and laying of rules before Parliament.
Effect of amendments, etc., of rules, notifications or orders.
Repeal of enactments.
Protection of action taken under the Act.