Absence of Evidence of Taxpayer’s Authorisation as Customs Broker u/s 146 of Customs Act: CESTAT reduces Penalty to Rs. 25,000 /- [Read Order]

The absence of any evidence regarding authorisation as customs broker under section 146 of Customs Act, 1962
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The Bangalore bench of the Customs Excise and Service Tax Appellate Tribunal (CESTAT), in the absence of evidence of the taxpayer’s authorization as a customs broker under Section 146 of the Customs Act, has reduced the penalty to Rs. 25,000. The  appellant M/S. Pigeon International, had abetted M/s. K T Technologies, New Delhi to import…

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