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M/s. Sri Durga Traders Versus The Chief Commissioner of Customs, The Commissioner of Customs Group-7H, The Additional Commissioner of Customs (SIIB)

2016 (6) TMI 953 - MADRAS HIGH COURT

Request for release of goods - valuation - import of Black Wire Rice Light from China - After the payment of duty, the petitioner was informed by the respondents that the goods have to be examined by the Investigating Agencies due to an unanimous letter received with regard to declaration of the goods. Thereafter, the SIIB Officers along with other Investigating Agencies Officers wanted to examine the goods and the container was opened and de-stuffed fully and examined more than twice by damagin .....

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view of the submissions made by the learned counsel for the petitioner, I give liberty to the petitioner to challenge the differential duty levied by the respondents and also give liberty to the petitioner to challenge the detention of goods by the respondents in accordance with law. - Decided partly in favor of assessee. - W.P.No.12997 of 2016, W.M.P.No.11349 of 2016 - Dated:- 27-4-2016 - M. Duraiswamy, J. For the Petitioner : Mr.K.Jayaraj For the Respondent : Mr.Mohana Murali ORDER The petitio .....

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ina under the Bill of Entry dated 17.02.2016 for clearance of goods. The petitioner had requested the respondents to pass orders for clearance of the said goods submitting that the above goods are of Chinese Origin and are unpopular brands. Thereafter, the goods were assessed by the Proper Officer after enhancing the value from the value of ₹ 11,19,568/- to ₹ 30,07,831/- and the petitioner had also paid the duty amount of ₹ 7,35,791/- on 18.02.2016. After the payment of duty, t .....

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ption. After examination, the petitioner had requested the respondents to release the goods, which was already assessed to duty and duty also been paid on the value appraised by the Proper Officer. Since the petitioner did not receive any reply or the goods have been released to them, the petitioner has filed the above writ petition. 3. The respondents filed their counter wherein they have mentioned that the differential duty payable by the petitioner is ₹ 6,73,803/-. Further, the responde .....

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