Whenever we come across the term research chemicals, the adjectives that instantly come to our mind are hazardous, dangerous and harmful etc. It is natural for common man who is not professionally engaged with chemical science. The force strengthening this belief is that chemicals can harm anyone if handled improper way. The misuse of research chemicals may lead to many serious consequences which make be health oriented or legal. Camfetamine, Methiopropamine, Methoxetamine, 6-apb powder and Benzo Fury etc are commonly known and widely used research chemicals. Among these, Camfetamine and Methiopropamine (Class B chemical) are more in demand by the laboratories and industries.
Camfetamine is termed as N-methyl-3-phenyl-norbornan-2-amine. It is the analogue of in-famous Fencamfamine. At the moment, it is available only at leading online research chemicals stores. Many scientists are keen to use it to analyze it chemical and physical properties. Methiopropamine, also known as MPA, is thiophene-based analog of methamphetamine. It is chemically written as N-methyl-1-(thiophen-2-yl) propan-2-amine. It came into existence in 1942. It is almost similar to Methamphetamine. It became popular among the youngsters with the nick names of Whiz, Speed, Phet and Billy. Its sales in UK was allowed in December 2010. Just after its introduction, it gained popularity among the masses as recreational drug but very soon it was turned down because of its specific side effects as well as almost no interest of pharmaceutical industry.
However, some wasted social interests are also engaged in sourcing these to serve their unsocial purposes. Therefore, you need to be very cautious while buying it. To be on safer side, you must have legal reason and permission to source and use it. Any deviation in nature of declared usage may also land you behind the bars. If the selected source doesnt have AIRCR certification for selling Camfetamine, do not deal with it even if you are getting financial benefit.
Although suppliers or distributors of chemicals are already watchful while selling these chemicals but primary responsibility comes to the user. Nobody wants to let Camfetamin or Methiopropamine fall into wrong hands. It is reported that some people get these chemicals in bulk and resell them in retail at higher price for illegal purpose. To buy Methiopropamine or camfetamine is not an easy task if you are buying these chemicals legally. You need to furnish lot of documents. But if you have valid reason to use these chemicals, Government recognized agencies may supply these up to your end.
Vide Notification No. 8/2007 (N.T.) dated 01.03.2007, Rule 26 was amended and provision was added to penalize abatement of taking of inadmissible cenvat credit by making documents like invoices, transport documents etc. The Rule reads as, Rule 26(2): Any person, who issues – (i) an excise duty invoice without delivery of the goods specified therein or abets in making such invoice; or (ii) any other document or abets in making such document, on the basis of which the user of said invoice or document is likely to take or has taken any ineligible benefit under the Act or the rules made there under like claiming of CENVAT credit under the CENVAT Credit Rules, 2004 or refund, shall be liable to a penalty not exceeding the amount of such benefit or five thousand rupees, whichever is greater. The purpose of this paper to examine whether the rule can be applied retrospectively and can the past offences be penalized either through retrospective operation of these rules or on argument that such offences were already punishable under Rule 25 of the central Excise Rules, 2002. The Notification No. 8/2007 (N.T.) dated 01.03.2007 says that, After sub rule (1), the following sub rule shall be inserted:- The term -insert- has been defined in Webster Comprehensive Dictionary as -to put or place into something else-, -to introduce-. Oxford Dictionary also defines the term as -put something into something else-. A mere reading of the meaning of the term -insert- suggest that this is a new offence is being created and it cannot be applied retrospectively. The letter of the Joint Secretary (TRU) , explaining the changes states that, in clause 30(f) -A new sub rule (2) has also been inserted to provide for penal action against the person-.- It is seen that this is a new clause to -provide for- penal action. It is clear from this letter too that it is a new rule, which cannot be applied retrospectively. It is to be seen that the rule provides for penalty, a new burden on subjects. Whenever a new burden is imposed on the subjects, without amending the earlier clauses, it is presumed that the new burdens will operate retrospectively. While applying this principle of interpretation of statute the tribunal held in Cameo corporation [2008 (11) STR 161], -It is the consistent view of this Tribunal, where a new category of service is introduced for levy of service tax without amending the definition of a pre-existing category of service in which a given service answering the requisites of the new service is sought to be included by the Revenue for the prior period, there can be no levy of service tax in respect of the given service in the pre-existing category. This position has been made abundantly clear in umpteen number of decisions of this Bench also. In the result, the demand of duty on the gross amount collected by the assessee as consideration for what the Revenue considers as -Business Auxiliary Service- is set aside.- In view of this it is clear that the rules cannot be applied retrospectively. Further, as Rule 25 has not been amended, it cannot be argued that such offences were already part of Rule 25 of the Central Excise Rules. It is to be seen that penal statutes which creates offences or which have the effect of increasing penalties for existing offences will only be prospective by reason of the Constitutional restriction imposed by Article 20 of the Constitution . In Pyare Lal Sharma v. MD, J&K Industries Ltd. , the Supreme Court held that unauthorized absence as ground for termination applies only after the amendment making such ground. Unauthorised absence prior to the date of amendment cannot be considered for termination. It is further submitted that Rule 26 and its amendments are delegated legislation. In the field of subordinate legislation, the courts have taken a consistent view that while a legislature may enact laws with retrospective effect, a delegate cannot exercise a similar power and gives retrospectivity to the Rules made by it unless the parent statute gives it a power to do so either expressly or by necessary implication. In view of this this author is of the opinion that Rule 26(2) is prospective in operation and cannot be applied to past transactions.
Normally, when you think of the potential situations in which you would need lawyers, the image of a mug shot and the back of a police car comes to mind. A person who finds themselves in some sort of criminal trouble most likely does need legal representation, but there are many other times in life in which a person might need legal counsel.
It can be difficult to know if you need legal representation. Of course, the need is more obvious and pressing in certain situations than in others. Other than instances in which you are charged with a crime, you will also need representation if you are ever served with a lawsuit, or if you have been involved in an accident where someone was injured or property was damaged. Lawyers can also be necessary if your familial status is changing-if you are involved in a divorce, if you are adopting a child, or in the event of a birth or a death. You could also need legal representation is if there is a change in your financial status, like filing for bankruptcy, losing or acquiring valuable property, or in a real estate transaction.
Then, of course, there are some instances when it is unclear whether or not lawyers are necessary. In most cases, it is better to at least have an initial consultation with an attorney so you can better understand what, if any, legal implications could arise. It is often wise to seek out legal advice first, paying a small fee, rather than facing a potentially disastrous situation, which could cost you a huge amount of money in legal representation and other costs.
If you are unfamiliar with the role of lawyers, you could have some question about the basics of hiring an attorney to represent you. Lawyers are expected to both uphold the laws of their jurisdiction and to protect the rights and interests of their clients. They are also responsible for making sure that their client has a clear understanding of their legal rights and their options, as well as resolving their clients’ needs to the best of their abilities and in an ethical manner. An attorney may not spend the majority of their time assisting you in court. A lawyer may be able to assist you by simply reaching out to any other parties involved in your case. Or, they may conduct extensive amounts of research on your case to better define your legal positioning.
Still unsure if you need to contact an attorney? Lawyers in Lansing, MI are here to assist you. Turn to Fraser Trebilcock for legal counsel. .
What is Mental Photography?
Mental Photography is your brain’s natural ability to tap into your own photographic memory. It’s a capability that everyone possesses and enables us to take in books and other information at a phenomenal rate. This process even leaves speed readers in the dust. In fact this advanced learning technique allows a person to take in new information about 100 times faster than the average reading speed. Even people with Dyslexia, ADD or ADHD can quickly master learning new information at amazing speeds.
Not only does Mental Photography help your brain process information at a faster rate, but it also enables us to retain the memory for life. Most of the things we read are forgotten within the first 48 hours. This learning system uses different pathways in your brain to help you process facts quickly and easily. More importantly, your brain will not forget. Information goes straight in and stays in long-term memory. They say it’s as if you read a book 100 times.
The process also helps you to become a lateral thinker. This ability helps a persons brain to solve complex problems that would ordinarily boggle the mind. Your brain’s thinking capabilities will improve exponentially.
Using Mental Photography can fully enhance your use of the Law of Attraction. According to the people at Zox Training Systems, by using Mental Photography, “You are actually turbo charging the part of your brain that works with The Secret Law of Attraction…To put your powers of manifestation 100% into hyper-drive.” What an intriguing possibility that is, hyper-driven manifestation.
The only limitations any of us have are our own negative thoughts. Our brains are fully programmable. The problem is most of us have been programmed with limited, negative thinking. It is proven by years of research that a brain can be reprogrammed. It doesn’t matter how old you are. You can achieve anything if you only think you can. The human brain can be programmed to eliminate negative thought patterns. Without this negativity a person can begin to move toward his/her own unlimited being. The power of the Law of Attraction along with your own enhanced mental powers can be life changing.
Astronaut, Edgar Mitchell says this about the technique, “What better way to be of service to our fellow humans and to simultaneously create a better life for ourselves than to introduce everyone to the benefits of the Subliminal Dynamics/Brain Management process?”
Mental Photography can help to use that huge area of the brain that normally goes untapped. Imagine how that could alter your world.