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1. The petitioner is a private limited company duly registered under the provisions of the Companies Act, 1956. It is a registered unit under the Micro, Small and Medium Enterprise Development Act,
1. Heard Shri Neeraj Kumar Singh, learned counsel for the petitioner; Shri Apoorv Hajela, learned Standing Counsel for the State; Shri Gopal Verma, learned counsel for the Union of India, Shri Parv
Heard learned counsel for petitioner and Shri H.P. Srivastava, learned Additional Chief Standing Counsel for State. In response to our order dated 31.08.2021 and 03.09.2021 learned Additional Chief
Heard Ms. Apeksha, Advocate holding brief of Ms. Pooja Talwar, learned counsel for the petitioner and Shri A.C. Tripathi, learned Standing Counsel for the State. Present petition has been filed
List has been revised. None appeared on behalf of the respondent no. 6. However, Shri Shubham Agrawal, learned counsel for the petitioner, Shri Ashok Singh, learned counsel for the respondent no. 4
These petitions arise in common background. They have been heard together and would be disposed of by this common order. Since on all material aspects facts are similar, we may refer to those arisi
Heard Ms. Pooja Talwar, learned counsel for the petitioner and Shri Apurva Hajela, learned Standing Counsel for the State. Challenge has been raised to the impugned order dated 07.08.2021 passe
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.
Supplementary affidavit filed today, is taken on record. Heard Sri Aloke Kumar, learned counsel for the petitioner and Sri Apoorva Hajela, learned Standing Counsel for the State. Challenge
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,
1. The prayer in the present petition is for a direction to the Opposite Parties to accept the GST TRAN-1 form from the Petitioner in terms of Rule 117 of the Central Goods and Services Tax Rules,
Heard Mr. AD Choudhury, learned counsel for the petitioner. Also heard Mr. M Phukan, learned Public Prosecutor. [2] This is an application, filed under Section 439 of the Cr.PC. seeking bail of
1. Heard learned counsel for parties and perused the record. 2. Application for anticipatory bail has been file by applicants Hardeep Singh Banga, Gambhir Singh Banga, Satinder Singh Banga, Ami
1. Heard Mr Shubham Agarwal, Mr Nishant Mishra, Mr Praveen Kumar, Mr Suyash Agarwal, Mr Rahul Agarwal, Mr Rishi Raj Kapoor, Mr Ayush Khanna, Mr Harsh Vardhan Gupta, Mr Vishwjit, Mr Krishnaji Khare,
The matter comes up on an application filed by the respondents No.1, 3, 4 & 5 under Article 226(3) of the Constitution of India seeking vacation of the interim order dated 21/5/2021. By ord
Heard learned counsel for the parties. Petitioner is duly registered under the Goods and Services Tax Act, 2017 (for short 'Act'). Petitioner was subjected to notice for cancellation of reg
1. Heard Mr. Vinoj Daniel, the learned Counsel for the petitioner, and Ms. Asha Desai, the learned Senior Central Government Standing Counsel for the respondents. 2. The challenge in this Petit
Heard learned Advocates appearing for the parties. In this writ petition, the petitioners have made prayer for relief of directing the respondent authority concerned to reopen the Form GST TRAN
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
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1. Heard Sri Rishi Raj Kapoor, learned counsel for the petitioner and Sri A.C. Tripathi, learned Standing Counsel for the State. 2. Present petition has been filed for the following relief:
Since both these writ petitions arise from similar set of facts, raise identical legal issues, and seek similar reliefs, the petitions are being decided by this common judgment. The Writ Petition (
Taken up through video conferencing. By this petition, the petitioner has claimed that the order directing that part of the GST refund will be set off against future demand, is wrong and the re
Both the parties are present. In this matter, the petitioner has challenged the impugned demand notice dated 2nd March, 2020 in connection with interest under Section 50 Sub-Section (1) of the
1. Heard Sri Aditya Gupta, learned counsel for the petitioner; Sri Dhananjay Awasthi, learned counsel appearing for the CGST and Sri V.K. Pandey, learned counsel appearing for the UPGST authority.
(The proceedings of the Court are being conducted by Hon'ble the Chief Justice/ Hon'ble Judges through Video Conferencing from their residential offices/residences. Also, the Advocates and
1. The petitioner is before this Court seeking direction against the respondent no.1 to restore the registration of the petitioner under the Goods and Service Tax Act. 2. This petition under Ar
1. Heard Sri Subham Agrawal, learned counsel for the petitioners, Sri V.K. Pandey, learned counsel for the Revenue and Sri B.P. Singh Kachhwaha, learned Standing Counsel for the State -Authority.
The petitioner has sought for setting aside the provisional attachment of bank accounts maintained with HDFC bank as per the communication dated 21.09.2020 at Annexure-A and has sought for appropri
Learned counsel for the petitioner s Mr. Kartik Kurmy appear s along with Mr. Nitin Kumar Pasari and Ms. Sidhi Jalan, Advocates 2. Mr. P. S. Pati, learned counsel for the CGST appears along wit