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  • 1971 (7) TMI 56

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    ... ... utside India. The fact that the articles are such that one may ordinarily put to daily use is totally irrelevant when considering the question whether the petitioner imported the articles in contravention of the Act. 8. I see no ground to interfere.

  • 1971 (6) TMI 12

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    ... ... appellate order is set aside. The matter will now go back to the Appellate Officer who will hear the matter under section 129 proviso in accordance with law. 6.This order is without prejudice to the rights and contentions of the parties in this Rule.

  • 1971 (6) TMI 11

    Natural justice - Adjudication - Evidence - Relevance of - Summons....... + More

  • 1971 (2) TMI 119

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    ... ... l be at liberty to mention this matter to the learned judge for expeditions hearing and who will take it up and will deal with these four specific points according to his convenience and to the convenience of the parties. B.C. Mitra, J. 13. I agree.

  • 1971 (2) TMI 44

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    ... ... t. But, without any material whatsoever, the respondent found the petitioner as being concerned in the illicit import of the goods. This order is vitiated and is unsustainable. In the result, the petition is allowed and the impugned order is quashed.

  • 1971 (2) TMI 43

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    ... ... section 131 must be set aside and the said authority dispose of the said application in accordance with law. The Rule is made absolute to the extent indicated above. There will be no order as to costs. This judgment will govern C. R. 3317(W) of 1966.

  • 1971 (2) TMI 42

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    ... ... respects, the rule is discharged. W.P. No. 1484 of 1970 is allowed. In both these petitions, there will be no order as to cost. The detention certificate will be issued within fifteen days from this date or upto the date of issue, whichever is later.

  • 1970 (10) TMI 69

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    ... ... I hold that Sections 16, 28, 30 and 31 of the Act and Rule 3 of Gold Control (Identification of Customers) Rules, 1969, are constitutionally valid. 15. In the result, the writ application is dismissed but there will be no order with regard to costs.

  • 1970 (10) TMI 30

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    ... ... agent, such duty shall not be recovered from the agent unless in the opinion of Assistant Collector of Customs the same cannot be recovered from the owner, importer or exporter. This cannot apply to the cases. 15.I dismiss this petition with costs.

  • 1970 (10) TMI 29

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    ... ... eated and he has done so before the expiry of the period. Therefore the objection that the extension has been done without sufficient cause cannot be sustained. 5.In the result, this Original Petition is dismissed. There will be no order as to costs.

  • 1970 (9) TMI 38

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    ... ... s clearly entitled to an acquittal. 28.This appeal is accordingly allowed, the conviction as well as the sentence of the accused are set aside and the accused is acquitted of the charges levelled against him. His bail bond is ordered to be cancelled.

  • 1970 (4) TMI 61

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    ... ... sed by the respondent No. 2 and a Writ in the nature of Mandamus directing the respondents to forbear from giving effect to the order of adjudication in any manner whatsoever. The respondents would, however, be at liberty to proceed according to law.

  • 1970 (2) TMI 55

    Seizure - Jurisdiction - Adjudication - Smuggling - Confiscation - Penalty....... + More

  • 1970 (2) TMI 54

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    ... ... on 135(b) of the Customs Act as well as the sentence passed upon him by the trial court in respect of that offence. The revision application filed by the State must, therefore, be dismissed. I order that the fine, if paid, be refunded to the accused.

  • 1970 (1) TMI 28

    Customs - Animal feed or compound animal feed - Liability to export duty - Promissory estoppel - Connotation of....... + More

  • 1969 (12) TMI 44

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    ... ... iently supported by the materials on record and probabilities of the case. The order of acquittal passed by the learned Presidency Magistrate is consequently confirmed and this State appeal is dismissed. The accused shall be set at liberty forthwith.

  • 1969 (11) TMI 28

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    ... ... lassification that substance cannot be brought under the general heading of chemicals. I do not therefore think that this principle applies to the facts in this case. These two writ petitions are therefore allowed. There will be no order as to costs.

  • 1969 (11) TMI 27

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    ... ... itions for the reasons I have already indicated. Under the circumstances, the decision of Ramakrishnan, J. does not lend any support to the contention of the Learned Counsel for the petitioner. Hence, these Writ Petitions fail and they are dismissed.

  • 1969 (11) TMI 26

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    ... ... the record, which appears to warrant for interference. I am not prepared to uphold the preliminary objection and to dismiss this writ petition as this stage, on that ground. 4. I allow this writ petition and quash Ext. P7 order. No order as to costs.

  • 1969 (10) TMI 24

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    ... ... these circumstances I am of the view that the impugned orders cannot stand and therefore these two Writ Petitions are allowed and the orders of the Assistant Collector of Central Excise as confirmed by the Appellate Collector of Customs are quashed.

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