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SANJEEV JAIN AND RAMESH JAIN vs. UNION OF INDIA


(Rajasthan High Court | May 31, 2021)

These two bail applications have been filed by the petitioners under Section 439 CrPC. Facts of the case are that a letter dated 27.11.2020 was received from the Assistant Commissioner, CGST Division-C, Bhiwadi to the effect that income tax credit (for short, 'ITC') on the invoices issued by M/s. Veto Merchandise had been wrongly availed. Alongwith the aforementioned letter, a letter written by the Deputy Commissioner, Circle-I, State Tax, Jaipur dated 3.3.2020 was also enclosed, wher...

SENTU DEY vs. THE STATE OF TRIPURA. AND OTHERS


(Tripura High Court | May 28, 2021)

The petitioner has challenged an order dated 02.01.2021 passed by the learned Judicial Magistrate, 1st Class, Bishalgarh under which he has sent a criminal case CR 03 of 2020 for investigation under Section 156(3) of Criminal Procedure Code to the concerned Police Station. 2. This challenge of the petitioner arises in following factual background: The petitioner is a sole proprietor of one M/s. Sentu Dey, which is registered under Tripura State Goods and Service Tax Act, 2017 (Tripura...

SAURAV GUPTA vs. CGST (DELHI EAST)


(Delhi High Court | May 28, 2021)

1. The present bail application has been filed under Section 438 Cr.P.C. on behalf of the petitioner seeking anticipatory bail in File No. IV (HQRS. PREV.)12/INQ/SUBH/1052/2020/PART/SAURABH. 2. On the last date of hearing, the matter was re-notified in order to enable learned counsel for the petitioner to obtain appropriate instructions. 3. Learned counsel for the respondent submits that till date, no complaint has been filed and the petitioner has only been summoned under Section 70 ...
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PAWAN KUMAR vs. STATE OF PUNJAB AND ANOTHER


(Punjab and Haryana High Court | May 28, 2021)

CRM-13831-2021 This is an application for pre-ponment of hearing in the main petition which is fixed for 23.8.2021. Heard. The application stands accepted. The main petition is pre-poned and taken up today. Main case. Petitioner - Pawan Kumar, aged about 50 years, s/o Joginder Pal, resident of House No. 243-B, Bhagya Hoes, Jain Colony, Basti Jodhewal, Ludhiana, was booked as an accused in complaint under Section 132 (1) (b&c) punishable under Section 132 (1) (i) of CGS...
CM APPL. 14908/2020 (for exemption) 1. Exemption allowed, subject to just exceptions. 2. The application is disposed of. W.P.(C) 4143/2020 3. The present petition was heard on 21st December, 2020 along with other batch matters relating to difficulties faced by taxpayers in filing form GST TRAN-1 (hereinafter “TRAN-1 Form”). However, considering that the issue involved in the present petition is slightly different as compared to the other batch matters, it is being ...
1. By way of the present petition, a writ of mandamus is sought against the Respondent to allow the Petitioner to carry forward the transitional input tax credit to the tune of ₹ 60,15,498/- by filing form GST TRAN-1 either online or manually. 2. In fact, the relief as sought for by the Petitioner already stands granted to the Petitioner in terms of the judgment of this Court in Brand Equity Treaties Limited. v. Union of India & Ors. 2020 SCC OnLine Del 1698, whereby ...
1. The present petition was heard along with the other batch of petitions relating to disputes and issues pertaining to filing of form GST TRAN-1 (hereinafter “TRAN-1 Form”). However, since the facts of the present case are slightly distinct from the remaining cases in the batch, it is considered appropriate to pass a separate order in the present petition. 2. Petitioner has approached this Court because despite filing the TRAN-1 Form within the prescribed time period, on 12th...
1. The present petition was heard along with the other batch of petitions relating to disputes and issues pertaining to filing of form GST TRAN-1 (hereinafter “TRAN-1 Form”). However, since the facts of the present case are slightly distinct from the remaining cases in the batch, it is considered appropriate to pass a separate order in the present petition. 2. The Petitioner- M/s Integrated Project Logistics Private Limited in this case seeks a writ of certiorari and other dir...

SEEMA JAIN vs. JOINT COMMISSIONER CENTRAL GOODS AND SERVICE TAX L..


(Punjab and Haryana High Court | May 27, 2021)

Prayer in this petition is for grant of anticipatory bail to the petitioner for offences under Section 132 (1) (b) & (c) punishable under Section 132 (1) (i) of the Central Goods & Service Tax Act, 2017, registered by the respondent. Learned counsel for the petitioner submits that son of the petitioner, namely Sahil Jain, was arrested on 11.11.2020 and when his statement was recorded, it surfaced that he was the person, who was managing the affairs of all the firms, though the pet...

JAHANPANAH CLUB vs. UNION OF INDIA & ORS.


(Delhi High Court | May 27, 2021)

1. The controversy and the issues involved in the present petition are quite similar to those arising in a batch of petitions which have been heard along with the present petition. However, since the facts of the present case are slightly distinct, it is felt appropriate to decide the present petition separately. 2. Briefly stated, the facts of the case are that the Petitioner- M/s Jahanpanah Club is operating at Alaknanda, New Delhi. It asserts that it is entitled to claim CENVAT credit ...