GST Library
Subscription
GST News
GST Videos
GST Calendar
GST Case Laws
GST Notifications
GST Act / Rules
GST Rates
GST Set-off Calculator
GST Forms
Full Site Search
Classification by CTA
E-way Bill
Finance Bill

GST e-Books
GST Act & Rules
GST Rates Compendium
Classification by CTA

TaxReply India Pvt Ltd.
TM
Free GST updates via...
twitter
8130462634

GST Case Laws

1
Citation
Court
High Court
State
Search by Related Tags
  OR

  OR

  OR
Date (From)
Date (To)
Name of Party
Free-Text Search
Sort By
Text Search option

   177 Results

ANKUSH AUTO DEALS vs. COMMISSIONER OF DGST & ANR.


(Delhi High Court | Oct 28, 2021)

C.M.No.38294/2021 Exemption allowed, subject to all just exceptions. Accordingly, the application stands disposed of. W.P.(C) No.12233/2021 1. The petition has been heard by way of video conferencing. 2. By way of the present petition, the Petitioner seeks directions to the respondents to issue refund of ₹ 25,29,944/- (SGST ₹ 12,64,972/- +CGST ₹ 12,64,972/-) as well as to grant interest on the refund amount from the date immediately after the expiry of sixty days fro...
1. The petitions have been heard by way of video conferencing. 2. Learned ASG has explained in detail the constitutional architecture of CGST Act, 2017, IGST Act 2017, SGST and UGST Acts as well as width, ambit and application of Section 6 of CGST and SGST Acts, appointment of Central Tax and State Tax officers. He further states that in the case of M/s M/s Indo International Tobacco Pvt. Ltd. being, WP(C) 2420/2021, the petitioner firm appears to be involved in availment and utilization ...
1. The petition has been heard by way of video conferencing. 2. Present writ petition has been filed seeking directions to the respondents to release the seized goods along with the books of account. Petitioner also challenges the letter dated 19th July, 2021 issued by Respondents to the extent it requires the Petitioner to deposit a sum of ₹ 1,32,51,87,300/- or ₹ 6,62,59,365/- along with penalty of ₹ 99,38,904/- as a condition for release of goods of the Petitioner. 3. On 6th A...
The petition has been heard by way of video conferencing. Present writ petition has been filed seeking quashing of the show cause notice dated 08th February, 2021 issued by Delhi GST/respondent No. 2 as well as for reverting/changing back the nature of levy to be imposed on the petitioner from regular to composition levy w.e.f. 01st January, 2020. Learned counsel for petitioner states that though the petitioner is not engaged in any interstate outward supply of goods, yet it has been ...
CM APPL. 34374/2021 Allowed, subject to all just exceptions. Accordingly, the application stands disposed of. W.P.(C) 11165/2021n & CM APPL. 34373/2021 Present writ petition has been filed challenging the order dated 13th September, 2021 passed by the Commissioner, CGST & CX, Delhi East whereby the bank accounts (No. 072105000934 maintained at ICICI Bank Ltd, New Delhi, No. 50200007530441 maintained at HDFC Bank Ltd, New Delhi and No.916020029282287 maintained at ...
1. By way of present petition, the petitioner has challenged the retrospective amendment dated 18.05.2020 by which the provision of Section 128 of the Finance Act, 2020 has been inserted with effect from 1s t July, 2017 to Section 140 of the Central Goods and Service Tax Act, 2017 by prescribing a time limit for taking the input tax credit. The petitioner has also sought the benefit of transitional credit of ₹ 6,04,47,033/-. 2. By a detailed judgment dated 5th May, 2020 in WP(C) No.196/...

DEV INTERNATIONAL vs. UNION OF INDIA AND OTHERS


(Delhi High Court | Aug 23, 2021)

1. The petition has been heard by way of video conferencing. 2. The matter has been taken up for hearing today as 20th August, 2021 was declared a holiday. 3. Present writ petition has been filed seeking a direction to the Respondents to pay the refund of ₹ 22,37,632/- to the Petitioner being excess cash balance in the electronic cash ledger along with the applicable interest as notified vide Notification No. 13/2017-Central Tax dated 28th June 2017. Petitioner also seeks a directio...
O R D E R The hearing has been done by way of video conferencing. CM APPL. 26821/2021 By way of the present application, Applicant/Petitioner seeks stay on the direction given by the Respondent No. 4 vide its letter dated 05.08.2021 to the Respondent No.5 for recovery of ₹ 21,27,595/- from the bank account of the Petitioner and stay the operation of the order dated 17.12.2019 in Case No, 74/2019 passed by the Respondent No.2, pending the disposal of the present writ pe...
1. The petition has been heard by way of video conferencing. 2. Present writ petition has been filed primarily challenging the final order dated 12th March, 2021 passed by National Anti-profiteering Authority (for short NAPA) whereby it has been held that M/s Dough Makers India Pvt. Ltd. has profiteered to the extent of ₹ 78,41,754/-. The petitioner also prays for a direction to NAPA to drop the proceedings against the Petitioner as a Respondent in the case of DGAP & Ors. Vs M/...
1. The hearing has been conducted through video conferencing. 2. Present writ petition has been filed seeking direction to the Respondent to refund to the petitioner the amount of ₹ 1,35,30,255/-, being unutilized input tax credit for the months of October 2017 to July 2018 along with interest thereon. 2. Learned counsel for the Petitioner states that the present Petition arises on account of the failure of the Respondents to issue the refund due to the petitioner under the provisio...