Madhya Pradesh HC

GST: HC directs MP Govt to Remove Check posts

Vijay Kuamr Nagpal Vs. Union Of India (Madhya Pradesh High Court)

The sole contention of the learned Senior Counsel for the petitioner is that after issuance of the notification, all the check posts have to be removed as GST regime has been introduced and, therefore, they cannot restrict or obstruct any of the vehicle from asking them to pay tax on the check posts except the GST....

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Penalty for Failure to file Part-B of E-way Bill is valid: HC

M/s Gati Kintetsu Express Pvt. Ltd. Vs Commissioner, Commercial Tax of MP & others (Madhya Pradesh High Court)

M/s Gati Kintetsu Express Pvt. Ltd. Vs Commissioner, Commercial Tax of MP & others (Madhya Pradesh High Court) In the present case, the distance was more than 1200-1300 kilometers and it is mandatory for the petitioner to file the Part-B of the e-way bill giving all the details including the vehicle number before the goods […]...

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Approach GST IT Grievance Redressal Committee to resolve issues in revising of GST TRAN 1: HC

Jk Tyre and Industries Ltd Vs Goods and service Tax Council (Madhya Pradesh High Court)

Hon'ble Court may kindly be pleased to direct the respondents to reopen the portal immediately enabling the Petitioner Company to revises the filed FORM TRAN-1, so that the Electronic Credit Ledger is updated with the revised input credit....

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MP HC dismisses Plea against levy of GST on confectionery items

Naresh Gyanwani s/o Shri Jiyaram Gyanwani Vs. The Union of India & three others

Petitioner is challenging imposition of GST on the confectionery items on the ground that it does not come within the purview of taxes at the rate of 18% to 28%, as imposed by the respondents....

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S. 254(2) Limitation period reduction not applicable to appellate orders passed prior to 01.06.2016

District Central Co-op. Bank Ltd., Raisen Vs Union of India (Madhya Pradesh High Court)

The undisputed fact reveals that at the time an ex-parte order was passed in assessee's main appeal, the limitation prescribed under Section 254(2) was four years and the assessee was under an expression as the limitation is four years his application under Section 254(2) of the Income Tax Act, 1961 was within limitation. ...

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Ceremonial Gifting of ‘Sword’ to A Dignitary in Gurudwara is not an offence

Ajeet Singh Anand alias Mange Sardar Vs State of M.P. And others (Madhya Pradesh High Court)

Carrying of sharp edged weapons with a blade more than 6 inches long or 2 inches wide and spring actuated knives with a blade of any size is prohibited and that too carrying of such blades in public places. Gurudwara, though is open to public, is not a public place, it is a private place where there is Prakash of Gurugranth Sahib....

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Demonitisation effect: HC condones delay in deposit of Court Fees

Prashant Sahu Vs Vijay Kumar Chourasiya (Madhya Pradesh High Court)

The complainant submits that because the complainant was to deposit the court fees, but due to financial insufficiency suffered by him, he could not make the deposit at the relevant time. It is also contended that during the said period, the Demonetisation was also in force, therefore, his non-deposit of the court fees be condoned and set...

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Family Pension claim not acceptable if option to join scheme was not exercised

Ganesh Prasad Mishra Vs Commissioner EPF Organization (Madhya Pradesh High Court at Indore)

The Hon'ble MP High court in the above stated case placing reliance on the decision of Hon'ble Supreme court in the case of Rajasthan State Road Transport Corporation vs. President, Rajasthan Roadways Union & Anr....

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No Codonation of delay in absence of Sufficient Cause: HC

Commissioner of Central Excise Vs M. K. Enterprises (Madhya Pradesh High court)

On going through the aforesaid reason, it is clear that the appellant has filed the application in a most casual manner, without justifying the reason for condonation of such a huge delay. In the circumstances, in the absence of any sufficient cause to explain the delay of 227 days...

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Issuance of notice u/s 153C without recording any satisfaction is bad in law

CIT Vs Mechmen (Madhya Pradesh High Court)

CIT Vs. Mechmen (Madhya Pradesh High Court) In this case court observed that satisfaction was not recorded by the AO before issuing notice u/s 153C which is a fact decided by ITAT. No paper or document was seized against the assessee in the search operation. ...

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