A Division Bench of the Madras High Court on Thursday allowed a petition filed by actor C. Joseph Vijay to dispense with the manufacturing of an authorized copy of a extremely essential order handed in opposition to him not too long ago by a single decide of the courtroom on his 2012 writ petition in search of exemption of entry tax for a Rolls Royce Ghost automotive imported from England.
Justices M. Duraiswamy and R. Hemalatha permitted the actor to file a writ appeal with an internet copy of the one decide’s order after his counsel S. Kumaresan advised the judges that he had utilized for an authorized copy, however it was but to be supplied by the High Court Registry. The counsel urged the courtroom to hear the appeal on July 26 since there was an urgency.
He stated Justice S.M. Subramaniam of the High Court had imposed prices of ₹1 lakh on the actor whereas dismissing the 2012 writ petition and ordered that the cash needs to be paid to Tamil Nadu Chief Minister’s Public Relief Fund. The single decide had directed the High Court Registry to listing the writ petition on July 28 for reporting compliance.
Plea for pressing listening to
When the counsel urged the Division Bench to take up the appeal for listening to on July 26 and think about the plea to keep the one decide’s order, Justice Duraiswamy advised him that the appeal would get listed earlier than the Bench instantly after the Registry numbers it if the papers, aside from the licensed copy of the order, have been in any other case so as.