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GST DRC-07 Order for Excess Input Tax Credit Voided; Assessee Denied Hearing

Patanjali Ayurved Limited Vs State of Madhya Pradesh (Madhya Pradesh High Court)

Read the detailed judgment of the Madhya Pradesh High Court in the case of Patanjali Ayurved challenging a GST adjudication order, highlighting violations of natural justice....

No Addition Based on Loose Papers Found in Search and Seizure: MP HC

PCIT Vs Pukhraj Soni (Madhya Pradesh High Court)

Explore the detailed analysis of the Madhya Pradesh High Courts judgment in PCIT-I vs. Pukhraj Soni (I.T.A. No.585/Ind/2015, AY 2009-10). The courts scrutiny, legal implications, and key findings revealed....

Writ Against Section 148 Reassessment Notice Not Tenable: MP HC

Amrit Homes Private Limited Vs DCIT (Madhya Pradesh High Court)

Madhya Pradesh High Court's decision on writ against Section 148 reassessment notice in Amrit Homes Pvt. Ltd. vs. DCIT. Understand legal nuances and implications....

MP HC quashes Section 148A(B) Notice & proceedings against deceased assessee

Urmila Saxena Vs Central Board of Direct Taxes (Madhya Pradesh High Court)

Explore the recent Madhya Pradesh High Court judgment on Urmila Saxena's case against Central Board of Direct Taxes. The court quashes notice and proceedings on deceased assessee, citing legal precedent...

Withholding 10% Pension Unjustified: No Pending Departmental or Criminal Proceedings Against Petitioner

Basant Raikwar Vs Commercial Tax Principal Secretary (Madhya Pradesh High Court)

Madhya Pradesh HC criticizes withholding 10% pension in Basant Raikwar vs Commercial Tax Secretary. Full judgment analysis and implications...

Section 147 reopening notice issued in the name of dead person is invalid

Meet Lalwani, Legal Heir of Late Mrs. Amita Lalwani Vs ITO (Madhya Pradesh High Court)

Madhya Pradesh High Court declares Section 147 notice issued in the name of deceased person for the assessment year 2018-19 as invalid, quashing all related proceedings....

Reasonable time period is 30 days for filing reply to GST Show Cause Notice

Raymond Limited Vs Union of India (Madhya Pradesh High Court)

Madhya Pradesh High Court ruling in Raymond Ltd. vs Union of India, affirming a 30-day timeframe for responding to GST Show Cause Notices, setting a precedent for reasonable opportunities....

Adverse Decision Requires Opportunity of Hearing under GST Act: MP HC

Technosys Security System Private Limited Vs Commissioner, Commercial Taxes (Madhya Pradesh High court)

Madhya Pradesh High Court rules on GST Act violation. Adverse decisions demand a hearing, even if not requested. Analysis of Technosys Security System Private Limited case....

Notice set aside as reasonable opportunity of reply not granted

Raymond Limited Vs Union of India (Madhya Pradesh High Court)

Madhya Pradesh High Court held that time gap of 8 days between show cause notice and impugned order reveals that reasonable opportunity of reply to show cause notice not granted. Accordingly, the show cause notice and order thereof set aside....

Delay Due to Writ Petition Shouldn’t GST Appeal before appellate forum

Amba Shakti Udyog Ltd. Vs State of Madhya Pradesh (Madhya Pradesh High Court)

Explore the case of Amba Shakti Udyog Ltd. vs. State of Madhya Pradesh. Delve into the importance of timely appeals under Section 107 of the GST Act and the role of delay condonation....

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