Represented the Claimant in a matter where Fifty-five (55) televisions shipped in by the Claimant were seized by Customs officers. The Defendant argued that the seizure was on grounds of breach of Section 213(e) of the Customs Act Chap 78.01. However, there was no explanation of the breach. The case for the Defence was that the Claimant was suspected of having caused customs officers to assess his television sets at an under value, so as to pay less import duties. It was argued on behalf of the Claimant that his constitutional right to enjoyment of property was breached since he had been deprived of same without due process.