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M/s. Transworld Shipping Services Pvt. Ltd. Versus The Government of India, The Commissioner of Customs and Central Excise (Appeals) , The Joint Commissioner of Customs

Penalty - Delay in adjudication process - quantity mentioned in the Bills of Lading is not prima facie evidence for the quantity loaded on board the vessel - Held that - the respondents, while exercising the powers under Section 116 of the Customs Act, have to exercise the same within the reasonable period, though the Act does not provide for a limitation, within which, the said power should be exercised. The Courts have consistently held that the period of five years to complete the adjudicatio....... + More



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