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Whether any attempt to impose a tax on the first sales of products made or produced in India in Madras would be outside the scope of the Respondent's legislative authority and ultra vires?


The Madras General Sales Tax Act, 1939 levies a tax on the sale of products, which is its “Pith and Substance.” It can only be accurately described as a “tax on the selling of products”.

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