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These three writ petitions involve identical questions of facts and law. The petitioner has assailed identical orders dated 22.04.2021 (Annex.-8 in all these three writ petitions) passed by Joint Commissioner, State Tax, Circle Nagaur under Sec.74(1) of Rajasthan Goods & Service Tax Act,2017 (hereinafter referred to as ‘the RGST Act, 2017’ levying tax, interest and penalty upon the petitioner. Counsel Shri Hemant Dutt raised preliminary objections regarding maintainability...


(Authority for Advance Ruling, Karnataka | Sep 8, 2022)

M/s. Rabia Khanum, No.19/2-6, Ranoji Rao Road, Basavanagudi, Bengaluru-560004 (hereinafter referred to as 'The applicant') have filed an application for Advance Ruling under Section 97 of CGST Act, 2017 read with Rule 104 of CGST Rules, 2017 and Section 97 of KGST Act, 2017 read with Rule 104 of KGST Rules, 2017, in FORM GST ARA-01 discharging the fee of Rs.5,000/- each under the CGST Act and the KGST Act. 2. The Applicant is an individual and is not registered under GST. The Appl...
1. Mr. Adik tenders an Affidavit of Vinayak Azaad, affirmed on 7th September 2022, in which Affidavit, said Mr. Vinayak Azaad, who was the Commissioner, who had passed the impugned orders, has been graceful enough to admit that there was an error in the judgment on his part and has tendered unconditional apology. We accept the same. 2. By the said Affidavit, it is also mentioned that two provisional attachments, both dated 3rd February 2022, have been raised and suitable communication has...
The instant writ application has been preferred for following reliefs: (i) For issuance of Writ in the nature of Certiorari thereby quashing the order dated 29.10.2020 (Annexure 9) passed by respondent No.2 in Appeal No.29/CGST/JSR/2020 communicated to the petitioner on 03.12.2020. (ii) For issuance of Writ in the nature of Certiorari thereby quashing the order in the prescribed Form GST RFD 06 being order no., 07/R F/2019 dated 07.02.2019 contained in C. No.V (18 GST CTC/ ITC/ Jan18/...


(Andhra Pradesh High Court | Sep 7, 2022)

1) Heard Sri. Bharat Raichandani, learned Counsel appearing for the Petitioner and Sri. B.V.S. Chalapathi Rao, learned Standing Counsel appearing for Respondent Nos. 3, 4 and 5. 2) The present Writ Petition came to be filed seeking issuance of a writ of Certiorari for the following reliefs: a) Quash the impugned Order No. VJAGSTREJ/ 185/2019-20 & VJAGST-REJ/186/2019-20 dated 27.09.2019; b) Quash the impugned letter bearing C. No. V/18/13/2020-Refunds dated 29.06.2020, and; ...
1. This writ petition is directed against the order dated 04.05.2022, passed by the Superintendent, Ward-66. 1.1 Via this order, the petitioner’s registration has been cancelled. 1.2 The order dated 04.05.2022 is founded on the show-cause notice (“SCN”) dated 31.03.2022. It is, therefore, relevant for the purpose of adjudication of this writ petition, that the SCN is extracted hereafter, as we have a grave concern about the manner in which the SCN has been framed: ...
Heard the counsel for the petitioner and the learned Standing Counsel. The present petition has been filed challenging the demand/penalty order dated 18.04.2018 (Annexure no.9) passed by the respondent no.1 as well as the appellate order dated 14.05.2019 passed by the respondent no.2. It is also prayed that the amount of penalty deposited by the petitioner may be directed to be refunded. The contention of the counsel for the petitioner is that the petitioner is a company engaged in th...


(Delhi High Court | Sep 6, 2022)

CRL.M.A. 17128/2022 1. Pursuant to order dated 30.08.2022, the copy of itinerary has been supplied to the learned counsel for respondent, which has since been verified. 2. Petitioner is seeking permission to travel to Hong Kong, Dubai and Thailand for business purposes from 10.09.2022 to 15.10.2022. 3. The learned counsel for petitioner submits earlier the petitioner was permitted to travel to Dubai for the period from 07.06.2022 to 30.06.2022 on his furnishing a FDR to the extent...
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(Allahabad High Court | Sep 6, 2022)

Heard Sri Manish Misra the counsel for the petitioner and the Standing Counsel. The present petition has been filed challenging the order dated 15.03.2019 whereby the registration of the petitioner's firm has been cancelled in view of the exercise of the power under section 29 of the CGST Act as well as the appellate order dated 29.03.2022 whereby the appeal has been dismissed as being beyond the period prescribed for filing of appeal under section 107(4) of the CGST Act. The coun...
Heard the counsel for the petitioner and Sri Jayant Kumar assisted by Sri Vibhanshu Srivastava, the counsel for the respondents. The present petition has been filed challenging the appellate order dated 13.08.2021 passed by the Additional Commissioner (Appeals), Customs, GST and Central Excise whereby the Appeal No.31-GST/2020 has been allowed. The said appeal is stated to have been preferred by the respondents against the Order-in-Original dated 24.04.2020 passed by the Deputy Commission...
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