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  • 1981 (10) TMI 172

    Whether the detention was inter alia based on the seizures of the four articles mentioned in para 3 of the list of grounds and the reply of the authority to the request were irrelevant? - Held that - It is needless to say that the High Court under Article 226 of the Constitution and the Supreme Court either under Article 32 or under Article 136 of the Constitution do not sit on appeal on the orders of preventive detention. The normal law is that ....... + More


  • 1981 (10) TMI 46

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    ... ... . As the order of confiscation of the vessel is set aside, the question of redeeming it on payment of fine does not arise. It is made clear that the rest of the order is sustained. In the circumstances of the case, there will be no order as to costs.


  • 1981 (10) TMI 45

    Classification - Chemicals - Imported goods - Appeal - Alternative grounds - Admissibility of....... + More


  • 1981 (10) TMI 41

    Customs Valuation - Interpretation of exemption notification - Form of invoice if statutory - Effect....... + More


  • 1981 (9) TMI 291

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    ... ... Counsel. The Appeal may be re-transferred to the Central Government for disposal since we cannot arrogate ourselves to a jurisdiction which we do not obviously have. If we were to hear and decide such a matter as this, our order would be a nullity.


  • 1981 (9) TMI 281

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    ... ... judgment, the authorities could not be said to have acted without any reason or basis. The respondents shall refund the amount to the petitioners within a period of three months. In the circumstances of the case, there will be no order as to costs.


  • 1981 (9) TMI 279

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    ... ... duce the relevant letter at the time of filing of the petition or any time before the date of hearing, it is necessary that the petitioner should be saddled with costs. The petitioner shall pay the costs of this petition to respondents Nos. 1 and 2.


  • 1981 (9) TMI 278

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    ... ... hat Appendix, without restriction to the size of the packing as crude drugs of the Ayurvedic/Unani variety. 10. In the circumstances, the Board allows the appeal and remits in full the fine imposed in lieu of confiscation on the goods imported.


  • 1981 (9) TMI 277

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    ... ... ceeds and the rule is made absolute in terms of prayers (a) and (b) of the petition. The respondents are directed to refund the excess duty of ₹ 11,73,112.87 within six weeks from today. The respondents shall pay the costs of the petitioners.


  • 1981 (9) TMI 276

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    ... ... the petition as the petitioners have already paid the amount of fine to remove the goods. The respondents shall refund the amount of fine within a period of two weeks from today. In the circumstances of the case, there will be no order as to costs.


  • 1981 (9) TMI 136

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    ... ... ent is bound to return the gold which was released by the appellate authority. It is open for the Department to adopt the necessary proceedings to recover the penalty but for recovering the amount of penalty, the released goods need not be retained.


  • 1981 (9) TMI 135

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    ... ... gle Judge given in his judgment for arriving at his conclusion. In our view, the order passed against the petitioners has been rightly quashed by the learned Single Judge. 9. In these circumstances we dismiss the Appeal with costs. Appeal dismissed.


  • 1981 (9) TMI 132

    Bail - Seizure of contraband goods - Voluntary statement - Admissibility....... + More


  • 1981 (9) TMI 131

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    ... ... ied within the present case. 8. For the reasons stated above, I do not find that any ground is made out for interferring with the order of the Central Government dated July 27, 1972. The writ petition is dismissed with costs. The rule is discharged.


  • 1981 (9) TMI 130

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    ... ... ould mean that the possession of the petitioner cannot be disturbed and no action can be taken against the petitioner for the alleged illegal importation of the T.V. set and its possession. 6. The petition succeeds with costs. Rule is made absolute.


  • 1981 (9) TMI 128

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    ... ... efinitely, the petitioner must be deemed to have been put to prejudice by such proceedings and the orders passed thereon. This obliges me to interfere in writ proceedings. Accordingly the writ petition is allowed. There will be no order as to costs.


  • 1981 (9) TMI 122

    Confiscation and penalty - Car with contraband goods - Validity - Writ jurisdiction....... + More


  • 1981 (9) TMI 118

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    ... ... are entitled to the relief claimed in the petition. 10. In the result, the petition succeeds and the rule is made obsolute in terms of prayer (b) of paragraph 23 of the petition. In the circumstances of the case, there will be no order as to costs.


  • 1981 (9) TMI 117

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    ... ... emitted back to the Assistant Collector of Customs, Bombay, for disposal on merits. The Assistant Collector must pass the requisite order within a period of two months from today. In the circumstances of the case, there will be no order as to costs.


  • 1981 (9) TMI 116

    Evidence - Delayed submission - Valuation - Addition for margin of profit - Demand - Relevant date....... + More


 
 
 
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