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Requirement of “unjust enrichment” in case of pre deposit under section 129E of the Customs Act

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Court :
Madras High Court

Brief :
This Writ Petition has been filed by the petitioner to direct the respondents to refund the amount of Rs.88,44,510/- paid by the petitionerduring the pendency of its appeal before the Hon'ble Supreme Court in C.A.Nos.3558 and 3559 of 2000 along with interest at 12% per annum from 31.03.2005 (i.e. date of Supreme Court Judgment) till the date of payment.

Citation :
Appeal Number : W.P. No.1879 of 2007

IN THE HIGH COURT OF JUDICATURE AT MADRAS

Reserved On 18.01.2020
Pronounced On 25.01.2021

CORAM

THE HON'BLE MR.JUSTICE C.SARAVANAN
W.P.No.1879 of 2007
and
M.P.Nos.1 of 2007 & 01 of 2008
(Through Video Conferencing)

The Daily Thanthi,
86, E.V.K.Sampath Road,
Chennai – 600 007.
Rep. by its General Manager,
Administration. ... Petitioner

Vs.

1.Commissioner of Customs (Appeals),
60, Rajaji Salai, Custom House,
Chennai – 600 001.

2.Assistant Commissioner of Customs,
Refunds, Custom House,
Chennai – 600 001. ... Respondents

Writ Petition filed under Article 226 of the Constitution of India, to
issue a Writ of Certiorarified Mandamus calling for the records of the first
respondent culminating in his Order-in-Appeal No.C.CUS.844/06 bearing

Ref.C3/659/R/2006-SEA dated 21.11.2006 and quash the same and direct
the respondents to refund of a sum of Rs.88,44,510/- along with interest @
12% per annum from 31.03.2005 (i.e. date of Supreme Court Judgment) till
the date of payment.

For Petitioner : Mr.S.Murugappan
For Respondents : Mrs.Apaarna Nandakumar, CGSC.

O R D E R

This Writ Petition has been filed by the petitioner to direct the respondents to refund the amount of Rs.88,44,510/- paid by the petitionerduring the pendency of its appeal before the Hon'ble Supreme Court in C.A.Nos.3558 and 3559 of 2000 along with interest at 12% per annum from 31.03.2005 (i.e. date of Supreme Court Judgment) till the date of payment.

2. The said appeal was filed against Final Order Nos.203-205 dated07.02.2005 passed by the Customs, Excise and Gold (Control) Appellate Tribunal, Chennai [CEGAT for brevity]. CEGAT which is now called as theCustoms, Excise and Service Tax Appellate Tribunal (CESTAT) had partly allowed and partly dismissed the petitioner’s appeals vide the aforesaid common order.

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