‘Common Parlance’, ‘Popular Meaning’, Marketability Measures Appropriate only when tariffs entry can be categorized in more than one head

On Friday i.e. 1st May 2020, the Supreme Court rejected the appeals of the Delhi Central Excise Commissioner against the CESTAT's 2008 decision that 'car matting' should be paid at 8% within the heading ‘Carpets and Other Cloth Floor Coverings' and not at 16% within 'Vehicles other than Railway or Tram Rolling-Stock and Parts and Accessories’.

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