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Heard Mr. Bharat Raichandani, learned counsel for the petitioner; Mr. Anil C. Singh, learned Additional Solicitor General of India alongwith Mr. Pradeep S. Jetly, learned senior counsel and Mr. J.
Heard Mr. Rastogi, learned counsel for the petitioner; Mr. Anil C. Singh, learned Additional Solicitor General alongwith Mr. Pradeep S. Jetly, learned senior counsel and Mr. J. B. Mishra, learned c
1. The petitioner, presently in custody, has filed the instant bail application under Section 439 of the Code of Criminal Procedure, 1973 corresponding to 2(c) CC Case No.03 of 2020 pending in the
Learned counsel for the parties desire the matter be taken up today. Petitioner has prayed for the following relief(s):- a) For holding and a declaration that the provision of law incorpora
1. The Office Memorandum dated 10th December, 2018 of the Finance Department under Annexure-3 prescribing guidelines for the implementation of GST (Goods and Services Tax) in works contract in post
1. This matter is taken up by video conferencing mode. 2. The short point for determination in the present writ petition is whether the Appellate Authority under the OGST Act, 2017, was justifi
The petitioners in these writ petitions inter alia challenge the legislative intent of making the petitioners liable to pay Goods and Services Tax (‘GST’ for short) on the entire bet am
The petitioner is a Private Limited Company registered under the Companies Act, 1956, and carries on trading business in all kinds of paper. It is also registered under the CGST Act, 2017, SGST Act
1. The Division Bench of the High Court of Delhi by its order dated 21 May 2021 has held that the levy of IGST on oxygen concentrators that are imported as gifts for personal use is violative of Ar
Proceedings have been conducted through video conferencing. CM No. 17490/2021 (Exemption) Allowed, subject to all just exceptions. Application is disposed of. CM No. 17491/2021 (Exe
Heard Sri Anurag Khanna, learned Senior Advocate alongwith Sri Nipun Singh and Sri R.P. Singh, learned counsel for the petitioner and Sri Vinod Kant, learned Additional Advocate General assisted by
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 Divisi
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 unde
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.
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-pone
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
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 f
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, s
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, s
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
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 t
1. The common thread in this present batch of petitions is that they pertain to transition of CENVAT credit from the erstwhile indirect tax regime to the present Goods and Services Tax (‘GST&
This Writ Petition has been filed challenging the attachment orders dated 12.01.2021 and 28.01.2021. These attachment orders have been issued under Section 83 of the Central Goods and Services Tax
Heard Sri Anurag Khanna, learned Senior Advocate alongwith Sri Nipun Singh and Sri R.P. Singh, learned counsel for the petitioner and Sri Vinod Kant, learned Additional Advocate General assisted by
PROCEEDINGS (Under Section 98 of the Central Goods and Services Tax Act, 2017 and the Maharashtra Goods and Services Tax Act, 2017) The present application has been filed under Section 97 o
This writ petition is filed challenging the notice of tax and penalty under sub-Section 1(b) of Section 129 of the Karnataka Goods and Services Act, 2017 (hereinafter referred to as the ‘Act&
Prologue: - This is a George Floyd moment for the citizens of this country. The refrain is ― "I can’t breathe", albeit, in a somewhat different context and setting; although i
Heard learned counsel for the petitioner and Sri Dhananjay Awasthi appearing for the respondent nos.2 and 3 and Sri Manu Ghildyal learned Advocate for the State respondent. The contention of th
1. The present bail application has been filed under Section 439 Cr.P.C. The petitioner has been arrested in connection with File No. IV(06)115/AE/JPR/2020, relating to offence punishable under Sec
1. The present bail application has been filed under Section 439 Cr.P.C. The petitioner has been arrested in connection with case No. IV(06)121/AE/ALWAR/2020 Registered at G.S.T. Commissionerate Al