LAHORE: Customs Appellate Tribunal has set aside the Order-in-Original (ONO) in appeal filed by the M/s Maple Leaf Cement Factory against the Collector of Customs (Adjudication) Faisalabad.
According to the details Justice ® Manzoor Hussain Malik, Chairman/ Member Judicial heard the case and heard argument from both complainant and respondent side. Tribunal also passed with remarks that ONO has set aside and appeal against the order is accepted.
According to the brief history of case, as per show cause notice that appellant declared M/s Maple Leaf Cement, imported bricks, flammable liquids and silicones from the bonded warehouse without payment of duties/ taxes wrongly claiming benefits of SRO 484 (I)/1992.
The omission resulted into non realization of government revenue of Rs5,89,998. The adjudication authority passed the order to deposit short paid amount.
The appellant not aggrieved from the order and challenged before the Customs Appellate Tribunal on the grounds that ONO is passed without applying judicious mind and passed in mechanical fashion so the tribunal may set aside the Order-in-Original passed against complainant. On the other side, the counsel for respondent denied all allegation and appeal for rejection of appeal.
After hearing the arguments from both side Customs Appellate Tribunal has decided the case and impugned order is set aside in favour of complainant.