Entertainment tax can't be levied on extra fees charged by club to carry mobile phones inside race course: Bombay High Court

The Court held that the same cannot be considered a 'payment for admission' since it was neither a condition to enter and view the race nor was it charged on all persons.
Royal Western India Turf Club, Mumbai  and mobile phone
Royal Western India Turf Club, Mumbai and mobile phoneFacebook

In a major relief for the Royal Western Indian Turf Club, the Bombay High Court recently held that the State cannot levy entertainment tax on the fees charged by the club to allow persons to carry mobile phone inside the race course [The Royal Western India Turf Club Ltd. vs State of Maharashtra]

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