Remote possibility of goods being found prohibited or restricted at time of adjudication, cannot be subjected to non release u/s 110A of Customs Act: CESTAT [Read Order]

Goods even if there is remote possibility of being found prohibited or restricted at time of adjudication, cannot be subjected to non release u/s 110A of Customs Act, rules CESTAT
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The Delhi Bench of the Customs, Excise and Service Tax Appellate Tribunal (CESTAT) ruled that the goods even if there is remote possibility of being found prohibited or restricted at time of adjudication, cannot be subjected to non release under Section 110A of Customs Act, 1962. The Appellant has filed the present appeal against the…

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