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Q_id : 40    Tax Appeals Tribunal        DOF :2015-07-08

Seven Seas Technologies Limited

i) Whether payment for software license (as a vendor) for the purpose of resale to customers constitutes payment of a royalty.

ii) Whether payment of software license for own in-business use without a right to make copies of a license constitutes payment of royalties

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Q_id : 39    Tax Appeals Tribunal        DOF :09/12/2016

Seaforth Shipping (K) Limited

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Q_id : 38    Tax Appeals Tribunal        DOF :2016

Rabai Operations & Maintenance L1mited

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Q_id : 37    Tax Appeals Tribunal        DOF :21/04/2016

Pwani Oil Products Limited

The Appellant imports and refines/processes edible oils for both the local and export

During the period 2012 - 2013 the Appellant applied for and was granted
remission for Value Added Tax (VAT) in respect of crude palm oil products
imported for manufacture of Oil products for export, namely but not limited to vegetable oils/fat, laundry bar soap and glycerin.

2. The Respondent gave the remission on condition that the Appellant executes security bonds for the due performance under the remission scheme and further that the raw materials imported by the Appellant were for the manufacture of goods for export
purposes. The purpose of the security bonds is to enable the Respondent recover any taxes found due.

3. The Respondent executed the said security bonds and proceeded to import the raw materials i.e. crude oil and palm oil and manufactured products for exports to
various destinations.
The Tribunal will address the issues of both the Appellant and the Respondent simultaneously as hereunder.

4. While agreeing with the Appellant that the word 'return' does not
appear In Section 11(1) of VAT Act Cap 476 Laws of Kenya, it is clear that the said Section should be construed in reference to other related
provisions of the Act and not in isolation.

5. The Tribunal notes that the only way one can claim deduction of
input VAT is by filing the VAT Returns. Hence, the Tribunal finds that it does not agree with the argument of Appellant that there can be
any other way to claim input VAT by way of declaring the same in the VAT Returns

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Q_id : 36    Tax Appeals Tribunal        DOF :2015-07-08

Primarosa Flowers Limited

(a) Whether there existed sales variances between the actual auction sales and sales declared by the Appellant;

(b)Whether interest expense that relates to the borrowings should be restricted proportional to interest free advances to related party and interest-bearing borrowings;

(c) Whether foreign exchange losses incurred through conversion of debt to equity is allowable;

(d) Whether withholding tax is chargeable on deemed interest in respect to interest free advances;

(e) Whether unreconciled sales between VAT3 returns and sales as per audited accounts are chargeable to VAT.

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