CESTAT must ensure that notice was properly served to parties before passing order: Bombay HC [Read Order]

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The Bombay High Court has ruled that, CESTAT must ensure that notice was properly served to parties before passing the order. Dipali Electronics Pvt. Ltd, the petitioner engaged in the manufacture and selling of various electrical/electronic goods which used to be sold to various domestic buyers and held a small-scale industries license in Daman. The…

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Dipali Electronics Pvt. Ltd vs The Union of India and anr.

Counsel for Appellant:   Mr. Bharat Raichandani & Mr. Rishabh Jain

Counsel for Respondent:   Mr. Pradeep S Jetly, Mr. J B Mishra and Ms. Sangeeta Yadav

CITATION:   2022 TAXSCAN (HC) 758

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