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Section 107 of GST Act prevails over Section 5 of Limitation Act: Allahabad HC

Yadav Steels Having Office Vs Additional Commissioner And Another (Allahabad High Court)

In a landmark decision, the Allahabad High Court ruled that Section 107 of the GST Act prevails over Section 5 of the Limitation Act. Read the full analysis....

Kerala HC Upholds Rejection by Income Tax Settlement Commission for Inadequate Income Disclosure

R. J. Williams Vs ACIT (Kerala High Court)

Kerala High Court dismisses a writ petition for failing to meet Section 245C(1) of the Income Tax Act, emphasizing full and true income disclosure....

Lava MD Granted Interim Bail in PMLA Case by Delhi HC on Health Grounds

Hari Om Rai Vs Directorate of Enforcement (Delhi High Court)

Delhi High Court grants interim bail to Lava Mobile's MD, Hari Om Rai, on medical grounds in a PMLA case, emphasizing the right to health and treatment....

HC Upholds Exclusion of Limitation Act in CGST Appeals

Abhishek Trading Corporation Vs Commissioner (Appeals) and Another (Allahabad High Court)

Allahabad High Court dismisses a petition against Section 107 of CGST Act, confirming the exclusion of the Limitation Act for appeals, setting a precedent. ...

Delhi HC Denies Reebok’s Shift to Limited Liability Status

Reebok India Company Vs Union of India Through The Secretary (Delhi High Court)

Delhi High Court rejects Reebok India's conversion to a Limited Liability Company, upholding the Companies (Incorporation) Third Amendment Rules, 2016....

ITC Mentioned in Wrong Column: Delhi HC Directs Officer to Reconsider Assessee’s Reply

Oswal Agencies Pvt Ltd. Vs Union of India & Ors. (Delhi High Court)

Delhi High Court sets aside a CGST Act order over incorrect ITC details, remanding for a fresh review. A victory for accurate tax reporting practices....

Delhi HC Quashes NRI businessman’s LOC in Black Money Case

Jayant Nanda Vs Union of India (Delhi High Court)

Delhi High Court allows NRI businessman to travel, quashing the LOC opened for investigation under the Black Money Act, setting conditions for compliance....

GST Registration Cancellation with Retrospective Effect Requires Intent & Justification: Delhi HC

Koxan India Vs Asstt. Commissioner of GST & Anr. (Delhi High Court)

Delhi High Court modifies GST cancellation to effective from 30.09.2020, emphasizing cancellation based on objective criteria and legal compliance....

Madras HC upholds ITC Claims despite discrepancies in GSTR-3B

Sri Shanmuga Hardwares Electricals Vs STO (Madras high court)

Madras High Court rules: ITC claims valid if in GSTR-2A & GSTR-9, not solely on GSTR-3B reflection. Sri Shanmuga Hardwares case sets precedent...

Existence of alternative statutory remedy does not ipso facto render a writ petition non-maintainable

Indian Oil Corporation Ltd. Vs State of Nagaland (Gauhati High Court)

Court highlighted that the mere existence of an alternative statutory remedy does not ipso facto render a writ petition non-maintainable. It underscored exceptions where writ jurisdiction could be invoked despite the availability of alternative remedies, notably when there is a violation of fundamental rights, principles of natural justic...

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