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  • 1980 (2) TMI 98

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    ... ... on of price being or not being the sole consideration between the U.K. Company and the petitioner-Company does not even arise. 24. In the result, the impugned order is set aside. Rule is made absolute accordingly. There will be no order as to costs.


  • 1980 (1) TMI 147

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    ... ... the interim stay which is granted to them earlier. Mr. Gursahani who appears for the respondents states that his clients will not export the goods in question till 4th of February 1980. In view of this statement, no order on the application for stay.


  • 1980 (1) TMI 107

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    ... ... ement regarding the value limited to 50 and further directing respondent No. 2 to act on the said endorsement or granting the claim of the exemption from duty under Notification of June 19, 1978. 22. Rule absolute as above. Respondents to pay costs.


  • 1980 (1) TMI 91

    Magnetic electrodes - Classification - Natural justice - Violation of - Stay application - Non-consideration


  • 1980 (1) TMI 89

    Trade Notice - Binding effect - In a form indicative - Connotation of - Rock phosphate - Form


  • 1979 (12) TMI 153

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    ... ... bstance. But it is found that the conviction of the respondent could not be maintained, the conviction and sentence passed against him are set aside and it is directed that if the amount of fine has been paid, it shall be refunded to the respondent.


  • 1979 (12) TMI 79

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    ... ... ner the sum of Rs. 13,000/- being the fine paid by the petitioner under the two orders dated 17th March 1973 within four weeks from today. The respondents shall also pay to the petitioner the costs of the petition. Rule is made absolute accordingly.


  • 1979 (12) TMI 76

    Gold Control - Offence - Accused guilty of Contravening customs provisions and gold control provisions - Criteria for punishment - Prosecution


  • 1979 (12) TMI 74

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    ... ... after complying with the directions indicated above. Petitioner shall be entitled to costs of this proceeding. Hearing fee is assessed at rupees two hundred and fifty to be collected from the Collector done to be collected form the collector alone.


  • 1979 (12) TMI 64

    Exportable goods accompanied with certificate of Export worthiness - Imposition of penalty


  • 1979 (11) TMI 118

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    ... ... like to add that proper evidence had not been collected and produced in this case and the oral evidence is fraught with some discrepancies which have been noticed by the learned trial Magistrate. This appeal deserves to fall and we order accordingly.


  • 1979 (11) TMI 116

    Customs exemption - General & special exemption - Distinction between - Excise duty - Classification


  • 1979 (11) TMI 112

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    ... ... and the petitioners are allowed with costs. The Customs authorities are directed to refund the differential duty collected from the writ petitioner firm in excess, in accordance with their refund applications. Costs one set Counsel s fee Rs. 250/-.


  • 1979 (11) TMI 104

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    ... ... orrectly held that the rates specified under Ext. P1 are not applicable to the petitioner s goods (except in so far as such specified cases as referred to in the last paragraph of Ext. P 10). This Original Petition is accordingly dismissed. No costs.


  • 1979 (10) TMI 231

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    ... ... such, Therefore, as would amount to the change of position by the sellers enabling them to enforce the representation of the Government against it. (47) For the above reasons, the writ petitions fail and are dismissed without any order as to costs.


  • 1979 (10) TMI 95

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    ... ... points involved in these Rules and so also (torn) the other Rules as mentioned, being the same, the order which have proposed in C.R. 1144S(w) of 1975, would govern these two Rules These Rules are thus discharged There will be no order as to costs.


  • 1979 (10) TMI 81

    Natural Justice - Evidence used without disclosing contents to petitioner - Effect


  • 1979 (9) TMI 89

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    ... ... nd the view taken by them is in consonance with the rules of interpretation and the provisions of the statute. In such circumstances, it is not permissible to disturb the same. 11.Accordingly, the petition fails and the rule is discharged with costs.


  • 1979 (9) TMI 73

    Demurrage charges - Customs authorities are bound to issue detention certificate - Detention certificate - Writ of mandamus - Detention order - Admissibility


  • 1979 (8) TMI 209

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    ... ... affording an opportunity of hearing to the petitioner and the 4th respondent. The petitioner shall produce a copy of the judgment along with a copy of the writ petition before the first respondent for further steps. The writ petition is disposed of.


 
 
 
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