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Sanghavi Exports Versus. Commissioner of Customs (I) , Mumbai

2016 (11) TMI 902 - CESTAT MUMBAI

Confiscation of imported car - imposition of interest and penalty - Valuation - import of car by Embassy of the Democratic Republic of Congo in India - abandonment of ownership subsequently - Held that: - The car was imported without any licence. Hen .....

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penalty imposed by the adjudicating authority is disproportionate to the said value - the appeal is disposed of by reducing the redemption fine and the penalty imposed. - APPEAL No. C/1060/04-Mum - Order No.A/86883/16/CB - Dated:- 15-3-2016 - Mr. M.V .....

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d 30.7.2004. 2. When the matter was called out, none appeared on behalf of the appellant nor there is any request for adjournment. Since the appeal is of 2004, we take up the same for disposal in the absence of any representation from the appellant. .....

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andoned the ownership. The supplier of the car scouted for a purchaser in India and the appellant showed interest and purchased the same. The appellant filed bill of entry dated 17.4.2001 for clearance of the said car. The adjudicating authority vide .....

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was cleared by the importer on payment of duty, fine and penalty. An appeal was preferred to CESTAT against the said order-in-original dated 8.6.2001, which was disposed of by way of remand as to rework out the landed cost as per the submissions of .....

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dicating authority. His main challenge is towards the imposition of redemption fine and penalty which is disproportionate to the value of the car. 6. The learned departmental representative reiterates the findings of the lower authority. 7. We find t .....

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