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Prayer sought for herein is for a Writ of Certiorarified Mandamus, calling for the records of the respondent in Form GST DRC-02, dated 23/01/2020 and 05/02/2020 respectively, bearing Reference No. 210211180000472 and 210211180000471, respectively, and quash the same and further direct the respondent to accept the manually filed TRAN-1, dated 13/12/2019, and allow the transitional input tax credit availed therein. 2.When these cases came up for hearing on 24.09.2021, the following orders a...
The petitioner is an assessee under the provisions of the Central Goods and Service Tax Act, 2017 (in short ‘CGST Act/Act’) and challenges proceedings dated 23.11.2020 issued by the first respondent attaching the petitioner’s bank accounts in terms of Section 83 of CGST Act, based upon proceedings for search and seizure launched as against the petitioner in terms of Section 67 of the Act. 2. Heard Mr.P.Rajkumar, learned counsel for the petitioner and Mr.V.Sundareswaran, ...
Writ petitioner was registered under erstwhile 'Tamil Nadu General Sales Tax Act, 1959 (Act 1 of 1959)' [hereinafter 'TNGST Act' for the sake of convenience, clarity and brevity] and 'Central Sales Tax Act, 1959' [hereinafter 'CST Act' for the sake of convenience, clarity and brevity]. Thereafter, when Goods and Services Tax regime kicked in on and from 01.07.2017, the writ petitioner migrated to that regime in accordance with Section 139 of 'Tamil Nadu Goo...

SHRI TYRES vs. STATE TAX OFFICER


(Madras High Court | Sep 21, 2021)

Read this in conjunction with and in continuation of earlier proceedings made in previous listing on 17.09.2021, which reads as follows: 'At request, list on Tuesday (21.09.2021) under the caption 'ADJOURNED ADMISSION'.' 2. Pursuant to the aforesaid proceedings, captioned writ petition and writ miscellaneous petition therein have been listed in the cause list caption 'ADJOURNED ADMISSION' today. 3. Mr.Adithya Reddy, learned counsel for writ petitioner who w...

RANJANA ENTERPRISES vs. UNION OF INDIA AND OTHERS


(Madras High Court | Sep 21, 2021)

Read this in conjunction with and in continuation of earlier proceedings made in the previous listing on 17.09.2021, which reads as follows: ' Read this in conjunction with and in continuation of earlier proceedings made in the previous listings on 01.09.2021, 02.09.2021 and 15.09.2021, which read as follows: 'Proceedings dated 01.09.2021 There is no representation for the writ petitioner. 2. Ms.G.Shankardevi, learned counsel representing Mr.P.T.Ramkumar, learned Stand...
Ms.P.M.Anuradha, learned counsel on record for writ petitioner is before this Virtual Court. 2. Captioned main writ petition and writ miscellaneous petitions therein are in the Admission Board. 3. Learned counsel for writ petitioner submitted that writ petitioner-company migrated from 'the Tamil Nadu Value Added Tax Act, 2006, (Tamil Nadu Act No.32 of 2006)' [hereinafter 'TNVAT' for the sake of convenience and clarity] to 'Tamil Nadu Goods and Service Tax Act, 2017...
The petitioners are dealers in Health Care Products. The petitioners are importing Far infra Red (FIR) Bio Ceramic Healthcare products such as T.Shirts, Socks, Waist Belt, Knee bands, ankle bands, beads, food containers etc., and marketing through the distributors. The petitioners are assessees on the file of the 1st respondent. The petitioners were finally assessed to tax at a total of ₹ 6,32,36,976/-, ₹ 18,59,47,825/- ₹ 21,38,46,910/- and ₹ 6,88,78,656/- & ₹ 6,87,00,808/- for ...
This appeal has been filed by the writ petitioner, which is registered on the file of the second respondent under the provisions of the Goods and Services Tax Act. 2. The writ petition was filed for issuance of a direction upon the respondents to permit the petitioner to debit a sum of ₹ 47,30,457/- from its electronic credit ledger as shown in the ledger. The Learned Writ Court by order dated 30.07.2021 disposed of the Writ Petition, giving liberty to the petitioner to redress their gr...
Captioned main writ petition and 'Writ Miscellaneous Petition' ['WMP'] are listed in the Admission Board. 2. An 'order dated 18.06.2021 bearing reference No.O.C.No.393/2021 (DIN:20210659XN030600EB37)' [hereinafter 'impugned order' for the sake of convenience and clarity] made by sole respondent has been called in question. To be noted, the impugned order is qua 'The Central Goods and Services Tax Act, 2017' [hereinafter 'CGST Act' for the sa...
Captioned writ petition turns on a very short point notwithstanding very many averments and grounds raised in the writ affidavit and this is owing to what unfurled in the virtual hearing today. Therefore, with the consent of both sides i.e., Mr.N. Murali, learned counsel for writ petitioner and Ms. Amirta Dinakaran, learned State counsel, who accepted notice on behalf of both the respondents, the main writ petition is taken up. 2. An 'order dated 18.10.2019 bearing reference No.007/20...