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Only on the ground of absence of mens rea, order for imposition of damages is not liable to be dismissed when liability under section 7A of the Act is not in dispute

2019 LLR 464 MADRAS HIGH COURT Hon’ble Mr. G.R. Swaminathan, J. W.P.(MD) Nos. 5783 & 5784/2010 and M.P. (MD) Nos 1 & 1/2010, D/–24-1-2019   M/s. D.R. Textiles and Garments vs. The Assistant Provident Fund Commissioner, Kanyakumari   EMPLOYEES’ PROVIDENT FUNDS AND MISCELLANEOUS PROVISIONS ACT, 1952 – Section 14B and 7Q – Mens rea absent […]
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