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Mansur Ilahi Versus Commr. of Cus. (Preventive) , Ernakulam

2016 (11) TMI 764 - KERALA HIGH COURT

Seizure of three gold bars weighing one kilogram each and Indian currency of ₹ 1,10,00,000/- from the petitioner - Section 110(2) of the Customs Act - Held that: - It is beyond dispute that no notice under clause (a) of Section 124 of the Custo .....

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se of the petitioner as provided for under the proviso to Section 110(2) of the Customs Act - the writ petition is disposed of directing the respondent to return the goods seized from the petitioner as provided for under Section 110(2) of the Customs .....

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Dated:- 18-7-2016 - P.B. Suresh Kumar, J. Shri C.P. Mohammed Nias, Advocate, for the Petitioner. Shri Sreelal N. Warrier, Advocate, for the Respondent. JUDGMENT On 4-8-2015, the police officers attached to Iritty Police Station seized three gold bars .....

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Magistrate for proceeding against the petitioner under the Customs Act. The grievance of the petitioner is that though the seizure was effected as early as on 4-8-2015, till date, no notice in respect of the same was given to him under clause (a) of .....

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eks appropriate directions to the respondent to return the goods seized from him by the police on 4-8-2015. 2. Heard the learned counsel for the petitioner and the learned counsel for the respondent. 3. Section 110(2) of the Customs Act rea .....

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eized : Provided that the aforesaid period of six months may, on sufficient cause being shown, be extended by the Principal Commissioner of Customs or Commissioner of Customs for a period not exceeding six months. It is beyond dispute that no notice .....

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