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Showing 8821 to 8840 of 8843 Records

  • 1961 (7) TMI 1 - BOMBAY HIGH COURT

    SHREE AGENCY Versus ASSISTANT COLLECTOR C. EX., KOLHAPUR

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    ... ... re, therefore, of the view that the conclusion arrived at by the Central Excise Officers that the petitioners are liable to the levy is fully justified by the terms of the statute. The result is that the application fails and is dismissed with costs.


  • 1960 (12) TMI 1 - HIGH COURT OF JUDICATURE, ANDHRA PRADESH AT HYD.

    DD. ITALIA Versus SUPERINTENDENT OF C. EX., KHAMMAMMETH

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    ... ... accordingly dismissed with costs. Advocate s fee Rs. 100. Memorandum of costs Respondents costs Rs. nP. Stamp for vakalatnama. Advocate s fee. 1.71 100.00 To be paid by the petitioner to the Respdts. 101.71 ( Counsel for RR 2 and 3 did not certify)


  • 1960 (7) TMI 1 - HIGH COURT OF KERALA

    RICE & OIL MILLS PARTNERSHIP FIRM KANDASSANKADAVU Versus DY. SUPDT. OF C. EX., TRICHUR

    Manufacturer - Effect of being partner - Exemption - Denial to amounts violation of fundamental rights - Alternative remedy....... + More


  • 1960 (6) TMI 3 - HIGH COURT OF PATNA

    KISHUNI DEVI Versus COLLECTOR OF CENTRAL EXCISE

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    ... ... he order of the Collector of Excise, dated the 20th June, 1958, and order that the appeal should go back for re-hearing to the Collector of Excise, who will dispose of it in accordance with law. There will be no order as to costs of this application.


  • 1960 (2) TMI 3 - HIGH COURT OF MYSORE AT BANGALORE

    SHIVAPPA GURLINGAPPA SAVALGI Versus COLLECTOR OF C. EX., BANGALORE

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    ... ... cise on a commodity as soon as it comes into existence, no matter what happens to it afterwards, whether it be sold, consumed, destroyed or given away. The contention that the demand made in this case was without lawful authority must therefore fail.


  • 1960 (2) TMI 2 - HIGH COURT AT CALCUTTA

    NATIONAL TOBACCO CO. OF INDIA LTD. Versus COLLECTOR OF CENTRAL EXCISE

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    ... ... eps that may be necessary for such assessment, or for the realisation of the revenue in accordance with law. As I have stated above, the point of limitation has not been decided by me in this case and is kept open. There will be no order as to costs.


  • 1959 (8) TMI 1 - HIGH COURT OF JUDICATURE AT ALLAHABAD

    MOHAMMAD IRFAN KHAN Versus SUPERINTENDENT, C. EX., MORADABAD

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    ... ... dent No. 2. It is further ordered that the appeal preferred by the petitioner against the order, dated 1-3-1956 of the Superintendent, Respondent No. 1, shall be deemed to be still pending which should be heard and disposed of in accordance with law.


  • 1959 (6) TMI 1 - HIGH COURT AT CALCUTTA

    MAKAIBARI TEA AND TRADING CO. PVT. LTD. Versus COLLR. OF C. EX., CALCUTTA

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    ... ... o the petition. It will be open to the authorities concerned to initiate proceedings de novo under the Central Excise Rules, including Rule 9, for the imposition of penalty for contravention of the Central Excise Rules, in particular Rule 9, thereof.


  • 1959 (5) TMI 1 - HIGH COURT AT CALCUTTA

    INDIA ALKALIES LTD. Versus SUPERINTENDENT OF CENTRAL EXCISE, CALCUTTA-I

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    ... ... September 22, 1956 copy whereof is Annexure 5 to the petition as also the modified demand notice dated October 26, 1956 copy whereof is Annexure 11 to the petition. To that extent the Rule is made absolute. Each party will pay and bear its own costs.


  • 1959 (4) TMI 1 - HIGH COURT AT CALCUTTA

    CENTRAL BANK OF INDIA LIMITED Versus SUPERINTENDENT OF CENTRAL EXCISE

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    ... ... ent and challenged in the instant petition was not liable to be set aside altogether in any event. 10.For the reason aforesaid, I do not make any order on this application. 11. The Rule is, accordingly, discharged. There will be no order as to costs.


  • 1958 (10) TMI 1 - HIGH COURT OF JUDICATURE AT MADRAS

    SHRI VASUDEVA BANK LTD. Versus UNION OF INDIA

    Recovery of excise dues - Attachment of goods pledged with bank - Bonded warehouse - Good faith ....... + More


  • 1958 (7) TMI 1 - HIGH COURT AT CALCUTTA

    CALCUTTA CHEMICAL CO. LTD. Versus ASSISTANT COLLECTOR OF CUS, CALCUTTA

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    ... ... nd/or set aside. There will be a writ in the nature of Mandamus directing the respondents not to give effect to the said orders. This however will not prevent the respondents from proceeding in accordance with law. There will be no order as to costs.


  • 1958 (1) TMI 1 - HIGH COURT OF JUDICATURE AT ASSAM

    MALIK MD. ZAHIR AHMED Versus SUPERINTENDENT OF CENTRAL EXCISE, TEZPUR

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    ... ... y right of clearance, subject to the payment of taxes, as provided under Rule 52 framed under the Act. The order will be modified to the extent, as prayed for and the Rule is made absolute, as proposed by my Lord the Chief Justice. Sd./- H. Deka, J.


  • 1956 (10) TMI 1 - HIGH COURT OF JUDICATURE AT MADRAS

    D. SUNDARAM PILLAI Versus GOVERNMENT OF INDIA

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    ... ... relevant rules, the first defendant would not be liable. 6. The result is, the second appeal is allowed with costs and the suit is dismissed so far as the first defendant is concerned. Each party will bear their respective costs in the court below.


  • 1955 (11) TMI 36 - RAJASTHAN HIGH COURT

    Bhoor Chand Versus The State Of Rajasthan And Ors.

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    ... ... d now the successor State of Rajasthan so far as the territory of the former State of Marwar is concerned. 9. In view of the conclusions at which we have arrived above, this petition fails and is here by dismissed with one set of costs to the State.


  • 1955 (9) TMI 1 - HIGH COURT OF JUDICATURE, A.P. AT GUNTUR

    PUBLIC PROSECUTOR, AP Versus CHETTUPALLI RAMAMURTI

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    ... ... penalty had been levied and actually collected in addition to duty. I am satisfied in the circumstances there is no manifest error in the order passed by the Sub-Magistrate which calls for interference. The appeal, therefore, fails and is dismissed.


  • 1955 (2) TMI 1 - HIGH COURT AT CALCUTTA

    MIRA CHEMICAL INDUS. LTD. Versus DP. ANAND, COLLR. OF C. EX., CALCUTTA

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    ... ... terpretation of the Rules upon which there is no authoritative decision, I make no order as to costs. 7.As the petitioner intends to prefer an appeal against this order the ad interim injunction will continue for a fortnight from date, as prayed for.


  • 1953 (1) TMI 1 - HIGH COURT AT CALCUTTA

    UNITED BANK OF INDIA Versus UNION OF IN

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    ... ... on the second point urged by the learned Advocate General cannot be accepted. 25.The result is that this appeal fails and must be dismissed but having regard to the special circumstances of this case there will be no order as to costs of this court.


  • 1952 (1) TMI 21 - CALCUTTA HIGH COURT

    Debendra Bandhu Lahiri Versus The State Of West Bengal And Ors.

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    ... ... matter back or to set aside the order passed by the Board of Revenue. 28. For the reasons stated, the application must fail and should be dismissed. The Rule is accordingly discharged but I make no order as to costs. The interim order is discharged.


  • 1937 (12) TMI 1 - HIGH COURT OF JUDICATURE AT ALLAHABAD

    AGARWAL PESTICIDES & CHEMICAL INDUSTRIES Versus UNION OF INDIA AND OTHERS

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    ... ... n there is no bar in entertaining petition under Article 226 of Constitution. 7. In the result this petition succeeds and is allowed. Show-cause notice issued on 24th May, 1980 and 14th October, 1981 are quashed. There shall be no order as to costs.


 
 
 
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