when goods are sent out by rail from the municipal limits no terminal tax can be charged by a municipal council. But when transported by road tax can be levied. However, there is a case when goods are transported to reach its destination by rail but the rail head is out of municipal limits. Goods are transported by road initially and then by rail to reach its destination. What are the rule positions for levying terminal tax in this case?
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