CA in Jail for GST Registrations Done for Alleged Fraudulent Firms
The petitioner submits that the petitioner is facing incarceration for more than one month. The present petitioner is a professional Chartered Accountant. He further submits that the petitioner was only getting the firms registered at the behest of her clients after collecting requisite documents from them. It was the duty of the competent authority of the department to get the details furnished by the present petitioner verified as per KYC (Know Your Customer).
Court Granted Bail on Personal Bond of Rs.10 Lakh and 2 Sureties Rs.10 Lakh Each
The Division Bench of Delhi High Court in the Writ Petition titled as DK Maggo Vs Union on India where there was challenge by way a writ petition to Section 69 of CGST Act ( I.e. power of Arrest) by the Department, HC vide order dt 20.8.2020 has ordered issuance of notice to Government and also ordered continued protection from arrest since the Deppt has moved an application for challenging grant of bail to the petitioner as the bail was previously granted by CJM New Delhi. The Writ Petition is now listed for 18th November 2020 for final disposal.
Emails Being Sent to Taxpayers for Payment of Interest are Merely “Intimations” and Not “Orders”
The High Court has recorded the undertaking of authorities that interest under Section 50 will not be recovered without following proper procedure of show cause and hearing and without providing proper working to Petitioner. On the basis of this assurance the writ petition has been disposed off.