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GST Evasion: Bail granted to person accused of wrongfully claiming ITC

December 8, 2021 1941 Views 0 comment Print

He further submitted that the applicant has not played any role in the present offence and has been falsely implicated by the department. He further submitted that this is not a case of applicant being bogus dealer, doing activity of passing fake invoices and fraudulent ITC.

Illegal export of antique idol of Lord Vishnu: Court Grants Bail to accused

December 7, 2021 789 Views 0 comment Print

The allegation against the accused is that he was illegally exporting the antique which is said to be the idol of Lord Vishnu. On being satisfied with the grounds urged in the remand application, the accused was sent to the judicial custody.

Bail to person accused of wrongful availment of ITC not granted

November 26, 2021 1242 Views 0 comment Print

This court is of considered view that the present accused does not deserves to be released on bail. It is settled preposition of law that economic offences in itself are considered to be gravest offence against the society at large and hence are required to be treated differently in the matter of bail.

Patiala Court sought response on non-initiation of action against firms evading GST from CBIC

October 8, 2021 3057 Views 0 comment Print

The court is in pain to observe that instead of initiating an appropriate action against the delinquent firms in the matter, wherein as per the claim of Delhi Police, a tax evasion of Rs.940 crores is involved, the authorities are involved in the blame game. Unfortunately, none is present on behalf of SGST and even no reply has been filed on behalf of Chairperson, CBIC.

Coal Scam Case: CBI convicts 5 including a CA

September 27, 2021 1722 Views 0 comment Print

Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) Vs DOMCO Pvt. Ltd. (District and Sessions Judge cum Special Judge PC Act CBI, Rouse Avenue) 1. Chargesheet: – A-1 company had given applications dated NIL to Ministry of Coal (hereinafter referred as MoC) and Ministry of Steel (hereinafter referred as MoS) for captive coking block mentioning that the company […]

Patiala House Court refuses Bail to accused of availing fraudulent ITC

September 12, 2021 1545 Views 0 comment Print

On behalf of department, application is opposed submitting that accused have utilized and availed fraudulent ineligible ITC to the tune of Rs 15 crates as such committed a serous economic offence.

Patiala House Court denies bail to man charged with obtaining fraudulent ITC

September 5, 2021 1311 Views 0 comment Print

The Applicant is accused of procuring bogus bills from companies that did not exist in order to claim Input Tax Credit (ITC) and hence was taken into Judicial Custody (JC). The Applicant thereby has contended that the companies in question have ceased to manufacture goods but have not ceased to exist in entirety. Furthermore, the Applicant also contended that he was not provided with any reason or grounds before his arrest and hence, the Applicant is entitled to bail.

Whether a Judicial/Metropolitan Magistrate can conduct proceeding under Section 110 (1B), Customs Act

August 12, 2021 2184 Views 0 comment Print

DRI Vs Atul Gupta (Patiala House Court) It was held that the decision interpreting the word “Magistrate” to be Judicial/Metropolitan Magistrate seemed flawed and it was categorically held that it is an Executive function. Thereby, giving strength to the decision of this Court about the application not being maintainable before this Court. This Court also […]

Navneet Kalra gets bail In Oxygen Concentrators Hoarding Case (Read Delhi Court Order)

May 29, 2021 960 Views 0 comment Print

Merely because the accused did not join investigation pending adjudication of his anticipatory bail applications, in the absence of any interim protection by the superior courts, does not mean that he should be denied bail on the said ground alone since the accused had been taking recourse to the legal remedies available to him.

GST Evasion -DGGI Not filed Complaint Within 60 Days – Bail Granted

May 4, 2021 3018 Views 0 comment Print

Manish & Anr. Vs DGGI  (Patiala House Court) 1. Bail granted to brother duo after 57 days 2. IO, DGGI on a specifc query, was unable to confirm whether complaint would be filed before the expiry of 60 days default period by ACMM, Patiala House. 3. Strong opposition by Ld. SPP Harpreet Singh did not […]