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C T O v M/S FOILS INDIA LAMINATES - CR Case No. 696 of 1999  RD-RJ 1552 (12 July 2006)
S.B.Civil Sales Tax Revision No.696/99
C.T.O.,Special Circle,Pali vs. M/s Foils India Laminates
Date of Order: 12.7.06
HON'BLE MR. PRAKASH TATIA, J.
Mr. N.M. Lodha, Addl.Advocate General,for the petitioner.
Mr. Ajai Kothari, for the respondent.
The learned counsel for the parties submit that the provisional assessment order which was involved in this revision petition in those proceedings, the final assessment order has been passed wherein the provisional assessment order's that part against which the petitioner was aggrieved has been incorporated and that has been challenged by the petitioner by preferring revision petition against the final orders, therefore, this revision petition has become infructuous.
Since the issue raised by the petitioner in this revision petition has been raised by the petitioner in another revision petition against the final assessment order in the matter of same party, therefore, this revision petition has become infructuous.
Hence the revision petition is dismissed as having become infructuous.
( PRAKASH TATIA ),J. mlt.
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