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M/s. Bhartiya International Limited Rep by its Authorised Signatory Mr. C. Deenadayalan Versus The Commercial Tax Officer and The Assisant Commissioner (CT) Vepery Assessment Circle Chennai.

2015 (10) TMI 2471 - MADRAS HIGH COURT

Detention of goods - TNVAT - details and value of returned goods were also declared in Form JJ - when the goods were moving to the supplier, the 1st respondent detained the goods vide impugned proceedings for the reason that the goods were transported with defective and invalid documents - the representative of the petitioner met the 1st respondent and produced all the required documents, even then the no orders came to be passed. - Held that:- Since the 1st respondent has not passed any orders .....

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. JUSTICE R. MAHADEVAN For the Petitioner : Mr.V. Sundareswaran For the Respondent : Mr.V.Haribabu, AGP(T) O R D E R Heard the learned counsel for the petitioner and Mr.V.Haribabu, learned Additional Government Pleader (Taxes), who took notice for the respondents and with their consent, the writ petition is taken up for disposal. 2. This writ petition has been filed challenging the proceedings of the 1st respondent in Goods Detention Notice No.587/2015-16 dated 02/10/15 and to direct the 1st res .....

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tered dealer and thereafter make it into "garments" or "finished" skins as per the requirement of the customer and supplies the same to the Units which exports the goods to foreign countries. 3.2 In the course of its business, the "Sheep Wet Blue Skins" were supplied/purchased from M/s ABCO Leathers Pvt. Limited, Ranipet, who are also registered dealer on the files of the Assistant Commissioner (CT), Ranipet Assessment Circle, under the provisions of the Act and the .....

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, the 1st respondent detained the goods vide impugned proceedings for the reason that the goods were transported with defective and invalid documents, by serving the detention notice on the driver of the vehicle who is not the owner of the goods nor he is a consignor or a consignee. Upon receipt of information from the driver, the representative met the 1st respondent on 02.09.2015 and subsequently on 03.09.2015 and explained him in detail. However till date the goods, which are more perishable .....

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