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Central Excise Circular No. 915/04/2010
February, 24th 2010

Circular No. 915/05/2010-CX

F No. 6/5/2009-DS (CX-I & 4)

Government of India

Ministry of Finance

Department of Revenue

Central Board of Excise and Customs

***

New Delhi, 19th February, 2010.

To

Director General (All)

Chief Commissioners of Central Excise including LTU (All)

Commissioners of Central Excise including LTU (All)

Subject: - Clarification regarding valuation of free samples of the products covered under MRP based assessment reg

Sir,

Attention of field formations is invited to Boards circular No. 813/10/2005-CX dated 25.4.2005 issued from F.No. 6/39/2000- CX1 wherein it was clarified that in the case of free samples, the value should be determined under Rule 4 of the Central Excise Valuation (Determination of Price of Excisable Goods) Rules, 2000.

2. A larger bench of CESTAT in the case of Blue Cross Laboratories Vs CCE, Mumbai 2006(202) ELT 152 (T-LB), has also held that physician samples are to be assessed under rule 4 of the Central Excise Valuation (Determination of Price of Excisable Goods) Rules, 2000. Further, the aforesaid circular of 2005 has also been upheld by the Honble High Court of Mumbai in the case of Indian Drugs Manufacturers Association Vs. UOI, reported at 2008(222) ELT 0022 (Bom).

3. Subsequently, CESTAT in its majority decision in the case of M/s Cadila Pharmaceuticals Ltd. Vs Commissioner of Central Excise Ahmedabad II, reported at 2008 (232) ELT 0245 (Tri.-LB), has held that even after the pharmaceutical products have been notified for MRP assessment under Section 4A of the Central Excise Act, the assessment of free physician samples of these products , is appropriately required to be done under Rule 4 of the valuation rules by taking into consideration the deemed value under Section 4A(1) notwithstanding the non availability of normal price under Section 4(1)(a) of the Act, ibid. Accordingly, the value for payment of excise duty for physician sample would be the value determined under Section 4A for the similar goods (subject to adjustment for size & pack etc.)

4. The aforesaid decision of CESTAT would, mutatis mutandis, be applicable in respect of free samples of other products which are under MRP assessment. Accordingly, it is clarified that valuation of Samples which are distributed free as part of marketing strategy, or as gifts or donations, shall be determined, in terms of Boards circular No. 813/10/2005-CX dated 25.4.2005 and the aforesaid decisions of CESTAT, as explained in foregoing paras 2 & 3, whether the final products are assessed under MRP based assessment or otherwise.

5. Trade and Industry may be informed.

6. Receipt of this circular may be acknowledged

7. Hindi version would follow.

Yours faithfully,

(MADAN MOHAN)

Under Secretary (CX. 1)

 
 
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