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2016 (5) TMI 1194 - MADHYA PRADESH HIGH COURT

2016 (5) TMI 1194 - MADHYA PRADESH HIGH COURT - TMI - Validity of order passed by writ court - Clearance of goods covered by the commercial invoice and consignments of Alloy Steel Deformed Bars also forthwith lying in the port of Chennai - Held that:- the proposition, which has been proposed by the writ petitioner that till the contempt is purged the appeal against the writ petition cannot be heard has no merit and, therefore, we reject the said preliminary objection and issue notice to the resp .....

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department will be rendered as infructuous apart of facing contempt by the writ court. - Interim relief and stay granted - W.A. No. 637/2015, W.A. No. 639/2015, W.A. No. 496/2015 - Dated:- 6-1-2016 - P. K. Jaiswal And J. K. Jain, JJ. For the Petitioner : Prasana Prasad, Ajay Bagadiya For the Respondent : G. L. Rawal, V. K. Jain ORDER They are heard. 2. By these intra court appeals, the Departments are challenging the order dated 30.9.2015 passed by the writ Court in W.P.No.9169/2014 (Ankit Indu .....

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question of applicability of the impugned Circular dated 07.11.2014 bearing No.450/176/2014-Cus-IV and the fact that agreement is dated 24.06.2014 regarding the petitioner's goods have been received at the port in consequence of commercial invoice dated 04th September 2014, I find that the Circular cannot be applied retrospectively to the consignment of the petitioner and hence in this light also the petition needs to be partly allowed. 14. Consequently the petition is partly allowed and it .....

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t is not of the Bureau of India standards, it is free to take action in accordance with the provisions of law and that the petitioner shall co-operate fully with the respondent in the investigation of the same. 3. At the outset, Shri G.L. Rawal, learned Senior counsel with Shri V.K. Jain, learned counsel appearing on behalf of respondent No.1 (Ankit Industries Ltd.) raised a preliminary objection on the question of arguments on admission on the ground that the goods were covered by commercial in .....

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dience until the impediments are removed. To support the aforesaid he has drawn our attention to Halsbury's Laws of England to the decision of Hadkinson V/s. Hadkinson reported as [1952] 2 All ELR 567, S.E.B.I V/s. Sahara India Real Estate Ltd, reported as 2014 (3) Scale 300, Amrik Singh v/s. State (Delhi Admn.) reported as 1971 SCC (Cri.) 423, Rukmani Rani v/s. Bhimdev Chopra reported as 1980, Rajdhani Law Reporter, (Notes) 48-50, Kashmere Gate Chartitable Trust V/s. M.G. Shahni reported as .....

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Apex Court in the case of S.P. Gupta V/s. Union of India & Anr. reported as 1981 (Suppl.) SCC 87. He further submits that the preliminary objection be allowed and till the order passed by the writ court is complied with, the hearing of these three appeals be deferred. 5. In reply to the preliminary objection, learned counsel for the Department submits that M/s. Ankit Industries Ltd., writ petition had no territorial jurisdiction to file the writ petition at Indore Bench of M.P. High Court s .....

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circular dated 7.11.2014 is clarifictory in nature and shall operate from the date of import. To support the aforesaid, he has drawn our attention to para 41 of the decision of the Apex Court in the case of Union of India v/s. N.R. Parmar, reported as (2012) 13 SCC 340, wherein the Apex Court observed that the Office Memo dated 3.3.2008 is a nature of a Clarification . Essentially, a clarification does not introduce anything new, to the already existing position. A clarification, only explains t .....

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