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M/s. HIL Limited (Formerly Hyderabad Industries Ltd) Versus The Assistant Commissioner (CT) & Others

2016 (2) TMI 913 - MADRAS HIGH COURT

Validity of order - it could be seen that the first respondent had considered the contentions of the petitioner and has given a finding. While coming to the conclusion, the first respondent also observed that in the absence of correct figures being f .....

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etitioner. Therefore, it cannot be said that the first respondent had totally ignored the contentions raised by the petitioner. - the writ petition filed by the petitioner challenging the impugned order is liable to be rejected - W.P.No. 6431 of 2016 .....

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etition to issue a Writ of Certiorarified mandamus to call for the records in the proceedings of the first respondent in TIN No.33531080477/2011-2012 and quash the order dated 18.01.2016 and further forebear the first respondent from passing a revise .....

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Enforcement Wing, conducted inspection from 9.12.2011 and 22.12.2011 at the business premises of the petitioner and adopted a totally wrong methodology for adopting the stock variation both for manufactured goods and trading goods. Further, even tho .....

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to pass the impugned order dated 18.1.2016 for the only reason that the correct figures were not furnished by the petitioner at the time of inspection before the Enforcement Wing officials. Further, according to the petitioner, the first respondent, .....

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the respondents have committed an error in adding equal amounts towards probable omissions. 3. Mr.Manoharan Sundaram learned Additional Government Pleader, takes notice for the respondents and submitted that since the petitioner is disputi .....

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tions of the petitioner and has given a finding. While coming to the conclusion, the first respondent also observed that in the absence of correct figures being furnished as alleged by the dealers, there is no other alternative to the inspecting offi .....

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