Delhi High Court Ruled to Release IGST Amount Along with Interest within 3 Week Time.
Delhi High Court direct the concerned respondent authorities to decide the question of release or otherwise of IGST along with interest as well as the release or otherwise of duty drawback due to the petitioner in accordance with law, rules, regulations and Government policies applicable to the facts of the case, as early as possible and preferably within a period of three weeks from today.
Invoices are not Serially Numbered Can’t be a Reason for Detained Goods Under Section 129 of CGST Act, 2017
The entertainment of such a doubt by the authority cannot be a justification for detaining the goods in question, especially when they were admittedly accompanied by tax invoices as also e-way bills that clearly indicated the particulars that were required by Rule 46 of the GST Rules. It is also relevant to note that the doubt entertained by the respondents were, at any rate, in respect of goods that may have been transported under cover of the invoices that numerically fell between the numbers shown in the invoices that were carried along with the goods, and in that sense, pertained to goods other than those that were actually detained. The detention in the instant case cannot be justified under section 129 of the GST Act.
Madras High Court Restrains Govt. From Appointing Technical Members to GSTAT Until Further Orders
Madhya Pradesh High Court Grants Bails to Promoter of Bhopal based firm for alleged Tax Evasion
MP High Court directed that the applicants – Jagdish Arora and Ajay Kumar Arora be released from custody on their furnishing a personal bond in the sum of ₹5,00,000/- (Rupees five lacs only) each, with separate sureties of the like sum to the satisfaction of the trial Court, for their appearance before it, as and when required, subject to the some conditions.