Customs vs Mohammad Bagour
Narcotic Drugs and Psychotropic Substance Act 1985: Statement made under s.67-Conviction not to be based merely on the basis of such statement without any independent corroboration-Conviction should not be based merely on the basis of statement made under s.67 of the Narcotic Drugs and Psychotropic Substance Act 1985 without any [LexDoc Id : 424657]
CC vs Craftsman Automation (P) Ltd.
Entitlement to benefit of exemption only as per terms of Notification: Re-export allowable only on two contingencies-Reliance on general clause relating to FTP impermissible when import or export covered by specific notification-The importer would be entitled to claim the benefit of exemption from payment of duty only as per the terms of the Notification and not otherwise. The [LexDoc Id : 426075]
Champion Photostat Industrial Corpn. vs UOI and Ors.
Non-acceptance of bill of entry lodged under ‘Self’ category: No condition in s.46 that bill of entry to be submitted by importer himself or that importer had to have some educational qualification-Qualification fixed under Public Notice No. 8 dated 12 May 2005 not extendible to importer who wished to import goods by himself-The petitioner challenged the order whereby the bill of entry lodged by it had not been accepted under ‘Self’ category, as the petitioner did not sati [LexDoc Id : 419602]
Sowdun Bivi vs State of Tamil Nadu and Ors.
Unexplained delay in detention order: Delay resulting in vitiated order-Constitutional obligation of government to consider representation forwarded by detenu without any delay, Representation to be disposed of with utmost promptitude-The high court, considering whether unexplained delay would vitiate the order of detention or not, held that it was a constitutional obligation of the [LexDoc Id : 422586]