No Action Taken by Customs to Amend 42 Bills of Entry for CVD Exemption on Silk Imports : Madras HC directs to Dispose Request within 6 weeks [Read Order]

A request for amendment must be considered under Section 149 of the Customs Act, especially post-clearance, making a mandamus inappropriate, but the respondent should review the petitioner's request.
Customs Amend 42 Bills of Entry for CVD Exemption on Silk Imports - Madras HC - TAXSCAN

The Madras High Court directed the customs department to dispose of the request of the petitioner on amendment of 42 bills of entry for the Countervailing Duty ( CVD ) exemption on silk imports under Section 149 of the Customs Act, 1962 as no action was taken by the department. A single bench of Justice…

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