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State Excise Law

Excise laws of Rajasthan regulate the sale, purchase, transportation, and possession of alcohol and other intoxicating substances in the state of Rajasthan, India. These laws are enforced by the Rajasthan Excise Department, which is responsible for issuing licenses, conducting inspections, and enforcing penalties for violations etc. AVOBE LEGAL has a state excise law practice and routinely advises companies dealing in liquor, tobacco and license holders of liquors and cannabis on a multitude of tax related issues in Rajasthan. Apart from strategic insights, we advise on all aspects of litigation related to Rajasthan Excise laws including representation before all Appellate Authorities as defined under Excise Act and also before the High Court of Rajasthan and Supreme Court of India.

Key services

  • Representation in legal proceedings: Our firm represents clients in all legal proceedings related to Rajasthan Excise laws.
  • Compliance and risk management: We help our clients ensure compliance with Rajasthan excise laws and manage the risks associated acts and deeds which are regulated by the Rajasthan Excise Laws.

Our approach

At Avobe Legal, we have a dedicated team of lawyers as well as top former officers of the excise department who possess a wealth of experience in the Rajasthan Excise laws. We have earned the longterm confidence of our clients due to our combination of indepth industry knowledge and skill, offered through a variety of customized services.


It is a law that regulates the trade and commerce in weights, measures, and other items that are sold or distributed by weight, measure, or number, as well as any issues related to or incidental to those issues. Legal metrology refers to the area of metrology that deals with weight and measurement units, techniques, and equipment in connection to the obligatory technical and legal standards that are intended to ensure public assurance regarding the security and accuracy of the weights and measurements.

There are 4 different types of GST:

  1. Integrated Goods and Services Tax (IGST): The Integrated Products and Services Tax, often known as the IGST, is a tax levied under the GST regime that is levied on imports, exports, and interstate (between two states) supply of goods and/or services.
  2. State Goods and Services Tax (SGST): On intrastate (inside the same state) transactions, the State Goods and Services Tax, or SGST, is a tax under the GST framework. Both State GST and Central GST are imposed in the event of an intrastate supply of goods and/or services. However, the state imposes the State Products and Services Tax (SGST) or GST on any goods or services that are bought or sold inside the state.
  3. Central Goods and Services Tax (CGST): The Central Goods and Services Tax, often known as CGST, is a tax levied under the GST system that applies to intrastate (inside the same state) transactions. It is similar to the State GST.
  4. Union Territory Goods and Services Tax (UTGST): The equivalent of the State Products and Services Tax (SGST), which is imposed on the supply of goods and/or services in India's Union Territories (UTs), is the Union Territory Goods and Services Tax, or UTGST.

Why Avobe Legal

In our journey towards excellence, we are committed to attract, finest solution. Avobe Legal’s reputation is owed to the exceptionally talented and dedicated professionals whose ideas drive the Firm forward.

As one of Rajasthan’s boutique law firm, we help our clients grow, innovate and thrive. For over a period of two years, we have built a reputation for our expertise, specialised solutions and the ability to think ahead. We find the most relevant and highly tailored solutions to our clients’ composite legal challenges.

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