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01-Jan-2019 13:30

In a major relief to those using non-Karnataka registered vehicles in the State, the High Court on Thursday declared as unconstitutional the Karnataka Motor Vehicle Taxation (Amendment) Act, 2014 which provides for collecting lifetime tax on such vehicles.The court also quashed the demand notices issued by the Regional Transport Offices (RTOs) to owners of several such vehicles to pay the tax.A new adviser assignment is made when a student changes majors/curricula.Students who attend classes must complete registration and pay their assessed fees.

“Notwithstanding anything contained in the provision of Motor Vehicle Act, 1988 (Central Act 59 of 1988) and in any order or direction contained in any judgment or order of any court would indicate the “clumsy” and “ham-handed” manner in which the State Legislature has sought to undo the effect of a decision of this court which has never been questioned and which has attained finality.”The court said the basis of the government’s decision still subsists and the payment of lifetime tax continues to be dependent on registration or re-registration in terms of sections 40 and 47 of the Motor Vehicle Act, 1988.

The bench said the Explanation 2 (extracts of the amendment) to section 3 of the KMVT Act inserted by the Karnataka Motor Vehicles Taxation (Amendment) Act, 2014 is unconstitutional and ultra vires.

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To validate their enrollment in each course at the beginning of the semester, students must attend the first or second meeting (first meeting if the class meets only once a week).

Students who add a course after the term begins must attend the next class meeting.

“Notwithstanding anything contained in the provision of Motor Vehicle Act, 1988 (Central Act 59 of 1988) and in any order or direction contained in any judgment or order of any court would indicate the “clumsy” and “ham-handed” manner in which the State Legislature has sought to undo the effect of a decision of this court which has never been questioned and which has attained finality.”The court said the basis of the government’s decision still subsists and the payment of lifetime tax continues to be dependent on registration or re-registration in terms of sections 40 and 47 of the Motor Vehicle Act, 1988.

The bench said the Explanation 2 (extracts of the amendment) to section 3 of the KMVT Act inserted by the Karnataka Motor Vehicles Taxation (Amendment) Act, 2014 is unconstitutional and ultra vires.

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To validate their enrollment in each course at the beginning of the semester, students must attend the first or second meeting (first meeting if the class meets only once a week).

Students who add a course after the term begins must attend the next class meeting.

The challenged amendment to the Act was proposed in the 2014-2015 state budget to regulate non-KA registration vehicles and augment revenue.