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The petitioner is a proprietor of Jothi agency filed this writ petition seeking for quashing the impugned order in Reference No.ZD330522010718P, dated 23.05.2022. 2. The petitioner purchasing edible oil from the whole sale dealer and doing retail business. The petitioner filed monthly returns, namely, GSTR-1 and GSTR-3B under the Goods and Service Tax Act from 01.04.2022 to 31.03.2022. The petitioner was served with a notice on 10.02.2022 stating that on scrutiny of Form GSTR-1 Vs GSTR-3B...
COMMON ORDER The parties and the issue involved in all these writ petitions are one and the same and therefore, they are heard together and disposed of this by this common order. 2.The contention of the learned counsel for the petitioner is that the petitioner is engaged in the supply of bulk materials transporting/handling systems. The petitioner provides solutions for bulk materials transportation, like coal, limestone, cement, potash, flyash and sinter, using overland belt conveyor...
ORDER Mr.V.Prasanth Kiran, learned Government Advocate accepts notice for the respondent and is armed with instructions to enable a final disposal of the matter. Hence, by consent expressed by both learned counsel for the petitioner and learned counsel for the respondents, this matter is taken up finally even at the stage of admission. 2. The petitioner has challenged Form GST MOV-01 dated 21.08.2022, that has been issued after inspection of vehicle bearing No.TN 24 W 6373 on 21.08.20...
ORDER The petitioner is an assessee under the provisions of the Tamil Nadu Goods and Service Tax Act, 2017, (‘TNGST Act’/‘Act’) and has challenged an order dated 10.04.2019 wherein the respondent calls upon it to remit interest of a sum of Rs.5,00,00,000/- (approx.) for belated remittance of Goods and Service Tax (‘GST’) for the period from July, 2017 to October, 2017. 2.When the matter had come up before me on 16.12.2020, I had passed the following...
ORDER The petitioner is a proprietor of Tvl.Lucky Mydeen Briyani served with a notice for cancellation of Registration in Reference No.ZA330122009946T, dated 04.01.2022. The petitioner engaged private accountant for the purpose of filing returns and he alone had the access to the GST portal for filing returns. During the Covid-19 Pandemic, the business shut down and further, the petitioner was suffering with ill-health. Hence, the petitioner was unable to conduct the accountant and file h...
ORDER The petitioner has sought a mandamus directing the respondents to release the goods, being a consignment of Polystardone XL-10 (consignment/consignment in question), stated to be a life-saving drug, cleared from Chennai Seaport Customs and seized/detained on 13.08.2022 at 2.15 a.m. by the Roving Squad of the Commercial Taxes Department together with the Conveyance/Lorry bearing Registration No.TN 28 AP 9239, forthwith. 2. The prayer of the petitioner for release of consignment m...
These writ petitions give rise to a common question. The petitioners in WP.Nos.20794 and 21690 of 2022 are owners of consignments that had been transported by road. In light of the decision taken finally in these matters, we are not concerned with the merits of the matter or the explanation that has been furnished by the petitioner. Peripheral facts, as relevant to decide the issue that arises, are alone recorded below. Facts in WP.No.20794 of 2022 2. The petitioner had been engaged t...
This Writ Petition has been filed to quash the order passed by the second respondent in Reference No.ZA3302220253439 dated 07.02.2022, and consequently direct the respondents to revoke the cancellation of petitioners GSTIN Registration No.33ASLPG6104C1ZB. 2.Mr.S.Kameswaran, learned Government Advocate takes notice for the respondents. By consent, this writ petition is taken up for final disposal at the admission stage itself. 3.The learned counsel appearing for the petitioner submitte...
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COMMON ORDER In continuation and conjunction with the earlier orders passed by this Court on 01.07.2022, the following order is passed. The earlier order is hereunder: “The contention of the petitioner is that the show cause notice was issued to the petitioner on 30.11.2021 for revoking the erroneaous refund claim. Thereafter, the petitioner had sent a reply, dated 07.01.2022, on 08.01.2022, which has been received by the first respondent on 10.01.2022, it could seen through tra...
COMMON ORDER Learned counsel for the petitioner seeks permission to withdraw W.P.No.21525 of 2022 with liberty to file an appeal before the first appellate authority. He has also made an endorsement to that effect. 2. In light of the endorsement made, W.P.No.21525 of 2022 stands dismissed as withdrawn, however granting liberty as sought for to enable the petitioner to file an appeal before the first Appellate Authority. Appeal, if filed within a period of two (2) weeks from today, sha...