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FAISLUDEEN P.M vs. ASSISTANT STATE TAX OFFICER, STATE TAX OFFICER AND OTHERS
(Kerala High Court)

Hon'ble Judges:

A.K.JAYASANKARAN NAMBIAR
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V.devananda Narasimham
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Paul Abraham Vakkanal

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FAISLUDEEN P.M

Respondent ASSISTANT STATE TAX OFFICER, STATE TAX OFFICER AND OTHERS
Court Kerala High Court
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Kerala

Date Aug 11, 2020
Order No.

W. P (C). No. 16357 OF 2020

TR Citation 2020 (8) TR 3199
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The petitioner has approached this Court challenging the detention notice issued to him (Ext.P5) under Section 129 of the GST Act. On a perusal of the detention notice, I find that the objection of the respondents was essentially that the consignment was not supported by the original invoice and there was variation detected in the goods transported from the description in the invoice. On a consideration of the reasons shown in Ext.P5, I am of the prima facie view that the detention cannot be said to be unjustified. 2. I have heard the learned counsel for the petitioner as also the learned Government Pleader for the respondents. The learned counsel for the petitioner seeks permission to clear the goods on furnishing of a bank guarantee to cover the amounts demanded in Ext.P5. Taking note of the said submission, I dispose the writ petition by directing the 1st respondent to permit the petitioner to clear the goods and the vehicle on furnishing a bank guarantee for the amount d....
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