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  • 1978 (9) TMI 169

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    ... ... the quantum. We also direct the respondents to refund the amounts. The particulars of the impugned orders and the details of the amounts are mentioned in the Schedule appended to this judgment. We, however, leave the parties to bear their own costs.


  • 1978 (9) TMI 75

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    ... ... ry of any tax dues as stated in the said affidavit of D.S. Prabhu in accordance with the provisions contained in the Income Tax Act, 1961 if they are entitled so to do in law. 23.The Respondents will pay to the Petitioners the costs of this Petition.


  • 1978 (9) TMI 56

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    ... ... cused. 5. The Rule is made absolute. The proceeding in question is quashed so far as the accused Nos. 3 to 5, viz., Ramesh T. Mehta, Jayanti Bhai Mehta and Sashi Kant T. Mehta are concerned. The proceeding will continue against accused Nos. 1 and 2.


  • 1978 (8) TMI 92

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    ... ... s was available on the record and I see no prejudice caused to the petitioners in the non-supply of the earlier opinions. 20.In view of partial success and the facts of the case, the parties are left to bear their own costs. Petitions partly allowed.


  • 1978 (8) TMI 91

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    ... ... nts advanced before us on alternative remedies . 36.In the result, this appeal is allowed. The Judgment and order of the learned Trial Judge are set aside. The Rule is discharged. Interim order if any, are vacated. There will be no order as to costs.


  • 1978 (8) TMI 87

    Concession against co-accused - Seizure of smuggled goods - Smuggling of goods - Punishment-Quantum-Criteria for determination....... + More


  • 1978 (7) TMI 115

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    ... ... ese two cases and the points of law as involved, are the same, the order which have proposed in Civil Rule No. 1894(W) of 1973, would also govern Civil Rule No. 1983( ) of 1973. 12. The prayer for stay of operation to the order, as made, is refused.


  • 1978 (7) TMI 107

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    ... ... y by the Customs authorities. I, therefore, find that there is nothing wrong in the order of be learned Magistrate which directs the petitioner to see the Investigating Officer as per the impugned order. 5. In the result, the Rule stands discharged.


  • 1978 (6) TMI 59

    Civil suit not entertainable if the customs officer acted bona fide - Customs duty - Affidavit-in-Opposition - Refund - Duty paid without protest - Admissibility....... + More


  • 1978 (6) TMI 56

    Refunds - Protest must be specific - Involuntary payment, and payment under protest - Distinction between....... + More


  • 1978 (5) TMI 42

    Penalty - Imposition of on the firm and Managing Partner - Validity....... + More


  • 1978 (4) TMI 232

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    ... ... be covered by item 72(3) and hence they cannot come under the residuary clause under item 60(2). The writ petition is therefore allowed. There will be no order as to costs. The result is, that the petitioner is entitled to the refund claimed by him.


  • 1978 (4) TMI 102

    Seizure and confiscation - Formalities after seizure - Handing over or seized property....... + More


  • 1978 (4) TMI 100

    Customs Tariff Act, 1934 - Residuary entry - Scope of. - Precedents - Applicability of........ + More


  • 1978 (3) TMI 106

    Pillow Blocks - Classification - Item 72(3) - Detachable - Connotation of........ + More


  • 1978 (1) TMI 163

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    ... ... ese circumstances the writ petition succeeds and is allowed. The impugned order dated 12th September, 1975 is quashed. The respondents are directed to forthwith return the seized goods to the petitioner. The petitioner will be entitled to the costs.


  • 1978 (1) TMI 82

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    ... ... d to be without any substance this application must fail and is accordingly dismissed. On the fact and in the circumstances of the case, however, I leave the parties to bear their own costs. 16. Order per Shambhu Prasad Singh, Member, J. . - I agree.


  • 1978 (1) TMI 80

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    ... ... er manufacturer to make it marketable after cutting it into required sizes. The view taken by the first respondent in the order impugned is, therefore, right. The writ petition therefore fails and it is dismissed. There will be no order as to costs.


  • 1977 (12) TMI 34

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    ... ... -3 and P-4 we are unable to sustain the reasoning and the conclusion of the learned Judge. 3. We allow this appeal, set aside the judgment of the learned Judge and direct that O.P. No. 2277 of 1974 will stand dismissed. We make no order as to costs.


  • 1977 (12) TMI 32

    Classification - Exemption - Greaseproof paper - Mistake - Tariff ruling - Refund - Writ petition - Writ jurisdiction - Existence of....... + More


 
 
 
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