Goods & Services Tax (GST) in IndiaWrits in GST Era

September 7, 20170
Writs in GST Era

Writs in GST Era

The requirement of executing bond and bank guarantee for zero rated supplies i.e exports is under challenge before Honourable High Court Of Delhi. The matter is to come up on 13th September 2017.
Notice was issued to Central Government & State Government on the Writ Petition filed by Rajasthan Tax Consultants Association in respect of several issues under GST including modification of compliance requirements; not charging interest, penalty; retrospective effect to late fee waiver; composition window related problem, opting out problem, Trans Form Problems, input credit problems, TRAN1 utility made available late etc.
The Central & State Govts. have to respond on 13th September 2017 only.
The saga of writ continues in GST. Many more writs to surface  in coming days !

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