Penalty can be Imposed when any Person Committed Act of Omission in relation to Goods Rendered for Confiscation u/s 112(a) of Customs Act: Delhi HC [Read Order]

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In a recent case, the Delhi High Court held that the penalty can be only imposed when any person committed an act of omission to goods or services rendered for confiscation under section 112(a) of the Customs Act, 1962.  Rajeev Khatri, the appellant assessee appealed against the order of adjudicating authority for imposing a penalty…

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