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127L. Bar on subsequent application for settlement in certain cases. - (1) where, before the 1st day of June, 2007 -
(i) an order of settlement passed under sub- (7) of 127C provides for the imposition of a penalty on the applicant under 127B for settlement, on the ground of concealment of particulars of his duty liability; or
(ii) after the passing of an order of settlement under said sub- (7) in relation to a case, such person is convicted of any offence under this Act in relation to that case; or (iii) the case of such person is sent back to the proper officer by the Settlement Commission under 127-I, then such person shall not be entitled to apply for settlement under 127B in relation to any other matter.
(2) Where an applicant has made an application under sub- (1) of 127B, on or after the 1st day of June, 2007 and if such application has been allowed to be proceeded with under sub- (1) of 127C, such applicant shall not be entitled to apply for settlement under 127B in relation to any other matter :
Provided that such applicant shall not be prevented from filing an application for settlement if the issue in the subsequent application is, but for the period of dispute and amount, identical to the issue in respect of which the earlier application is pending before the Settlement Commission.
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