"29 August 2019" Archive

Rectification of Invoice / GSTN Number / Shipping Bill Mis-match, EGM/Stuffing and IGST Refund

Public Notice No. 17/2019 29/08/2019

Exporters are requested to advise their respective Shipping Lines to file the EGM correctly before the departure of the vehicle. In the event of EGM errors, the Shipping Bill generated in the IGST Temporary Scroll will not be migrated to final Scroll. Unless, the Shipping Bill figures in the final Scroll of IGST, the exporters will not be...

Note on Sabka Vikas (Legacy Dispute Resolution) Scheme, 2019

Note on Sabka Vikas (Legacy Dispute Resolution) Scheme, 2019 and Rules thereon Update Source : Notification No. 04/2019 Central Excise-NT and Notification No. 05/2019 Central Excise-NT , Central govt. has notified Sabka Vishwas (Legacy Dispute Resolution) Scheme, 2019 and Sabka Vishwas (Legacy Dispute Resolution) Scheme Rules, 2019 Sabka ...

Sabka Vishwas (Legacy Dispute Resolution) Schemes 2019

Hon Finance Minister Smt. Nirmala Sitharaman had announced SABKA VISHWAS (LEGACY DISPUTE RESOLUTION) SCHEME, 2019 for unblocking Rs. 3.85 Lacs Cr in pending litigation relating to Excise & Service Tax etc. at various levels from SCN stage to adjudication pending upto Supreme Court. Date has been notified for start of the scheme and ru...

No ITC on inward supplies for in-house hospital providing free medical facilities to employees: AAR

Synopsis: The Tamil Nadu AAR in the matter of Chennai Port Trust has ruled that the Applicant, providing medical services and medicines as part of mandated rules, is not entitled to take credit of input tax on the inward supply of medicines used in providing free medical facilities to the employees, pensioners and their dependents [&helli...

Reporting of Foreign Direct Investment in India

Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) has been an important source of funds for companies in a country where capital is scarcely available. Under FDI, overseas money, either by an individual or entity, is invested in an Indian company. Modes of FDI Investment in India can be made either under Automatic Route which does not require approval fro...

HC dismisses writ filed as alternate remedy except to file present writ petition was exist

Sri Nayaz Ahmed Vs  State of Karnataka (Karnataka High Court)

Sri Nayaz Ahmed Vs  State of Karnataka (Karnataka High Court) State counsel to accept notice for respondents. 2. In the instant petition, the petitioner has sought for quashing the Order, dated 4-2-2019 vide Annexure-C, passed under section 83(1) read with section 5(3) of Karnataka Goods and Services Act of 2017 (hereinafter referred ...

Sec.145: Estimation of income should be on reasonable/Comparable basis

Shri Om Prakash Singh Vs ACIT (ITAT Agra)

When the books of accounts was rejected, the income of assessee was to be estimated on some reasonable basis for which comparable case and history of assessee could be taken as a guide. Thus, the N.P rate @ 8% applied by the authorities below was without any basis and material on records, the same was rejected and was considered fair to a...

Delay due to improper legal advice should be condoned

DCIT Vs Atlas Copco (India) Limited (ITAT Pune)

DCIT Vs Atlas Copco (India) Limited (ITAT Pune) The assessee has raised a legal ground challenging the validity of assessment order passed u/s.143(3) r.w.s. 144C of the Income-tax Act, 1961 (hereinafter also called `the Act’). The moot point is as to whether such a long delay deserves condonation. At this stage, it is relevant to [&hell...

Open GST Portal to enable petitioner to again file Form GST TRAN-1

Garuda Packaging Pvt Ltd Vs Assistant Commissioner Of Central Tax (Andhra Pradesh High Court)

Garuda Packaging Pvt Ltd Vs Assistant Commissioner Of Central Tax (Andra Pradesh High Court) Writ Petition is disposed of directing the respondents to either open the Portal to enable the petitioner to again file the Form GST TRAN-1 electronically or in the alternative accept the Form GST TRAN-1 presented manually, on or before 30.09.2019...

HC order without framing substantial question of law and without passing reasoned order is invalid

CIT Vs M/s Rashtradoot (HUF) (Supreme Court of India)

High Court in the absence of any discussion or/and the reasoning/ground as to why the order of ITAT did not suffer from any illegality and why the grounds of Revenue were not acceptable and why the appeal did not involve any substantial question(s) of law or though framed could not be answered in Revenue’s favour, the impugned order dis...

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