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2018 (1) TMI 1185

Head Note / Extract:
Suspension of CHA License - service of notice for cancellation - petitioner claims that although its License has been suspended, the respondent has not initiated further proceedings for its revocation - Time limitation - Regulation 20(1) of the CBLR - Held that: - In terms of Regulation 20(6) of the CBLR, the report of the Deputy Commissioner of Customs/Assistant Commissioner of Customs is required to be furnished to the Customs Broker requiring him to make a representation within a period of thirty days, thereafter - In terms of Regulation 20(7), the Commissioner of Customs is required to pass a final order within the period of ninety days of the receipt of the report of the Deputy Commissioner of Customs/Assistant Commissioner of Customs under Regulation 20(5) of CBLR. Thus, within a period of 270 (two hundered and seventy) days from the receipt of the offence report, the Commissioner of Customs has to pass an order either revoking the order of suspension or to revoke the License of the Customs Broker and/or impose a penalty as specified under Regulation 20(2) of the CBLR.

A Custom Broker cannot carry on its business without a License and, therefore, revocation or suspension of such License has serious adverse consequences as it results in preventing the Customs Broker from carrying on its vocation. Given the serious nature of such action, strict timelines have been specified under Regulations 19 and 20 of the CBLR and the same must be adhered to.

Petition allowed - decided in favor of petitioner.


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