SHC restrains customs from coercive action

KARACHI: The Custom officials of MCC Appraisement East were restrained by a customs Appellate bench of High Court of Sindh from taking coercive action against petitioner company Messers Blue Mountain Trading. The bench was hearing a petition filed through Franklin Law Associates. A counsel from the law firm relief on… Continue reading

SHC orders DIT to proceed strictly in accordance with law

KARACHI: The Directorate of Intelligence & Investigations (DIT), Port Muhammad Bin Qasim Collectorate was restrained from coercive action against petitioner company Ansa General Trading. The company imported a consignment of wooden door panels from China. The consignment was assessed under section 25, was released on payment of duty and taxes… Continue reading

SHC suspends demand notice by Customs, restrain from coercive action

KARACHI: A customs appellate bench of High Court of Sindh headed by Justice Mahmood A. Khan on Wednesday suspended a demand notices issued to Ghouri Tyre and Tubes Private Limited by the Collector of Customs, Model Customs Collectorate (MCC), East. The bench earlier heard Imran Iqbal Khan Advocate who maintained… Continue reading

PCA or Collectorate have jurisdiction in out of charge consignments

KARACHI: The Custom authorities were restrained from any coercive action against a petitioner who challenged recovery notice issued by Custom Collectorate. The bench earlier heard Sardar Faisal Zafar advocate who maintained that the Custom authorities of collectorate have no jurisdiction in case of consignments which are out of charge. Only… Continue reading

SHC restrains Pakistan Customs from coercive action against Shahzad Industries FIR’s lodged sitting at office

KARACHI: The officials of Pakistan Customs CIU, Port Muhammad Bin Qasim were restrained from taking any coercive action against Shahzad Industries. The bench was hearing a constitutional petition filed by Shahzad Industries seeking directions to custom officials for release of their fresh consignments. Umer Farooq Advocate appearing for the petitioner/importer… Continue reading

Fauji Cement case SHC restrains customs from coercive action

KARACHI: A customs appellate bench of High Court of Sindh (SHC) comprising Justice Aqeel Ahmed Abbasi and Justice Mrs Ashraf Jahan on Monday restrained Pakistan Customs from taking any coercive action against Fauji Cement. The bench was hearing a Special Customs Reference Application (SCRA) filed by the cement company. The… Continue reading

SHC restrains authorities from coercive action against Construction Company

KARACHI: An appellate bench of High Court of Sindh (SHC) comprising Justice Munib Akhtar and Justice Agha Faisal on Friday restrained the respondents from takingany coercive action against the petitioner “Sinco Company”. The petitioner imported two construction vehicles and produced the pre-shipment inspection certificate. The vehicles were detained and later were put… Continue reading

SHC restrains customs from coercive action against LED importer

KARACHI: An appellate bench of High Court of Sindh (SHC) comprising Justice Munib Akhtar and Justice Mrs Ashraf Jahan issuing notice for Jan 26 to Pakistan Customs restrained the officials/ respondents concerned from taking any coercive action against Nishat Mills, importer of LED Lights. The petitioner challenged the imposition of… Continue reading

Afghan transit Trade: SHC restrains Customs from coercive action against Nagina Electronics

KARACHI: Admitting a Special Customs Reference Application for regular hearing a divisional bench of High Court of Sindh (SHC) comprising Justice Aqeel Ahmed Abbasi and Justice Abdul Malik Gaddi, restrained respondent Custom officials from any coercive action against Nagina Electronics, Lahore, Peshawar. Essa Khan, owner of the Nagina Electronics challenged… Continue reading