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  • 1971 (8) TMI 225

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    ... ... against the petitioner to which they may be entitled under the law. 23. In the result the writ petition is allowed. The opposite parties are directed to return back the ornaments to the petitioner forthwith. The petitioner is entitled to his costs.


  • 1971 (8) TMI 97

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    ... ... f the duty, the demand notice made years after the payment of duty is clearly illegal and deserves to be quashed. 4. Accordingly, the demand notice directed against the petitioner. Annexure B to the petition, is hereby quashed. No order as to costs.


  • 1971 (8) TMI 96

    Excisable goods become non-excisable after exemption. - Taxable event for payment of excise duty - Scope of. - Penalty and confiscation....... + More


  • 1971 (7) TMI 58

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    ... ... Shelat undertakes to apply for an urgent certified copy of this judgement in course of today. The direction regarding refund of Rs. 1,28,017.22P not be enforced for a period of four weeks from the date of the certified copy of the judgment is ready.


  • 1971 (4) TMI 40

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    ... ... is produce will either be refunded by the respondents to the petitioner or adjusted against the levy of excise duty in respect of other excisable goods produced by the petitioner. The respondents will pay the costs to the petitioner of this petition.


  • 1971 (4) TMI 39

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    ... ... the duty or penalty, if paid, is ordered to be refunded and it is directed that the confiscated toy fan be returned to the petitioners. The rule issued on the petition is accordingly made absolute. The respondents to pay the costs of the petitioners.


  • 1971 (4) TMI 38

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    ... ... titioner is not liable to excise duty in respect of agricultural implements and hand-tools manufactured by it. Accordingly this writ petition is allowed and Exts. P3 and P4 are quashed. In the circumstances of the case, we make no order as to costs.


  • 1971 (3) TMI 51

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    ... ... on the facts, but, so far as the law propounded by the Tribunal is concerned, it is binding and it should be applied by the Appellate Assistant Commissioner to the facts before him. Subject to these observations, the petition is dismissed. No costs.


  • 1971 (1) TMI 54

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    ... ... mounts as per the demands made under Exhibits A-3 and A-4 shall be kept in abeyance until proper adjudication is made by the second respondent in accordance with law. We order accordingly. 26. In the circumstance, there will be no order as to costs.


  • 1971 (1) TMI 51

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    ... ... ept this writ petition and quash the order, copy of which is Annexure E to the writ petition and hold that the petitioner is not liable to pay any duty on the seats manufactured by it for the passenger buses. There is, however, no order as to costs.


  • 1970 (12) TMI 34

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    ... ... w I have taken this application must fail and is hereby dismissed. The Rule Nisi issued is discharged. The interim order, if any, is hereby vacated. There will be no orders as to costs. 9.The operation of this order is stayed upto 22nd January, 1971.


  • 1970 (11) TMI 42

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    ... ... ner and the 5th respondent nor it is necessary to express any opinion on that aspect. 11. In the view we have taken the petitioner is not entitled to the relief asked for. The writ petition is accordingly dismissed with costs. Advocate s fee Rs. 100.


  • 1970 (11) TMI 41

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    ... ... ion of the Division Bench in those cases. 4. In the light of the above, I set aside Exts. P9 and P12 orders and allow this petition. The fine of Rs. 50/- paid by the petitioner will be refunded to the petitioner. I make no direction regarding costs.


  • 1970 (10) TMI 68

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    ... ... y so desire, to proceed against afresh according to law and procedure after affording to reasonable opportunity to the petitioner. 7. In the result the writ petition is allowed to the extent indicated above. There shall be no order as to costs.


  • 1970 (9) TMI 35

    Recovery of sums due to Government - May - Connotation of - Writ of Mandamus - Attachment and sale of property....... + More


  • 1970 (8) TMI 82

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    ... ... issued restraining the respondent, his agents from recovering from the petitioner-company the excise duty in pursuance of the said order of the respondent dated 1-2-1963 . In the circumstances of the case, however, there will be no order as to cost.


  • 1970 (8) TMI 81

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    ... ... ts mentioned in the petition and the three notices of demand and the letter of modification of demand dated March 22, 1968 are held illegal and are set aside. Rule absolute. The Respondents will pay costs of the Petitioners fixed at ₹ 2000/-.


  • 1970 (8) TMI 33

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    ... ... horities from the possession of the Petitioners. In the result, the Petition fails and is dismissed. As complicated questions of law arose which the Petitioners were entitled to have adjudicated upon by this Court, there will be no order as to costs.


  • 1970 (8) TMI 32

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    ... ... rder also is liable to be struck off. In the result, the rule is made absolute in terms of prayer (a) of the peti-tion. The order setting aside the detention order dated June 17, 1964, not to operate for six weeks. There will be no order as to costs.


  • 1970 (7) TMI 27

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    ... ... d 5th October, 1963 issued by the Excise Inspector as also the order of the Assistant Collector dated 28th December, 1963 in so far as it confirms impugned notices of the demand. The respondents will pay the costs of the petition to the petitioners.


 
 
 
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