ED definition

ED means Excise Duty
ED means the Executive Director of the Department in the COE responsible for this bid or her/his duly authorised representative;

Examples of ED in a sentence

  • R.C. Disposition of Toxic Drugs and Chemicals in Man, 4th ED., Biomedical Publ., Davis, CA; p569-570, 1995.

  • ED TECH JPA aggregates purchasing power and expertise for its Associate Members across California.

  • An anomalous situation is created where based on such ECIR, the ED can summon accused persons and seek details of financial transactions.

  • It is further submitted that not supplying of the ECIR to the accused is in gross violation of Article 21 of the Constitution, the ECIR being equivalent to an FIR instituted by the ED.

  • This is contrary to the Constitution and the Cr.P.C. Further, it is submitted that personal liberty under Article 21 cannot be curtailed as the ED manuals, circulars and guidelines are administrative directions and cannot be regarded as law under Article 13 of the Constitution.

More Definitions of ED

ED means Excise Duty.