Allegation of Dummy or Fraud Import without Corroborative Evidence: CESTAT Sets aside Penalty Imposed under Customs Act [Read Order]

It was found by the Tribunal that as per the allegation in the SCN, there is no import of prohibited/restricted goods and there is no allegation related to goods cleared by appellant
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The Bangalore bench of the Customs, Excise & Service Tax Appellate Tribunal ( CESTAT ) set aside the penalty imposed under the Customs Act, 1962 as the allegation of dummy or fraud import without corroborative evidence. M/s. Orbit Trans Express & Freight Pvt. Ltd., the appellant is an authorized courier agent holding a Courier License…

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