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Search and seizure order passed u/s 17 of PMLA wasn't sustainable as there was no allegation in FIR against appellant

August 16, 2019[2019] 107 374 ((PMLA-AT), NEW DELHI)

FEMA, BANKING AND INSURANCE: Where pursuant to complaint filed against Indian Performing Rights Society (IPRS) of which appellant was a member, a search and seizure was conducted under section 17 in premises of appellant and certain records were seized, in view of fact that there were no allegations in FIR against appellant specifically and, moreover, there was nothing on record showing that any royalty was payable by appellant to any artist or author, impugned order of retention of seized documents was passed without application of mind and, thus, said order deserved to be set aside

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