Patna High Court

Patna HC allows de-attachment of bank account if petitioner deposits liability amount in full

Manokamna proprietor Seema Jaiswal Vs Union of India (Patna High Court)

Manokamna proprietor Seema Jaiswal Vs Union of India (Patna High Court) The Patna High Court, while considering a writ petition seeking to grant stay for the GST demand since the statutory remedy through appeal cannot be invoked due to the non-constitution of GST Tribunal, has refused to grant stay holding that the same would amount [&hel...

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Smuggling of liquor in BIhar: HC grants Bail to driver of truck

Rahul Yadav Vs State of Bihar (Patna High Court)

Rahul Yadav Vs State of Bihar (Patna High Court) Considering the fact that petitioner has pleaded his innocence and has made a specific prayer that he has no concern with the illicit liquor, he was directed to deliver certain GST goods to the respective consignee located in the District of Muzaffarpur, the petitioners, above named, [&hell...

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GST: Ex-Parte Order Passed violating Principles of Natural Justice is Bad in Law

Rakesh Roshan Vs. State of Bihar (Patna High Court)

Rakesh Roshan Vs. State of Bihar (Patna High Court) We are of the considered view that this Court, notwithstanding the statutory remedy, is not precluded from interfering where, ex facie, we form an opinion that the order is bad in law. This we say so, for two reasons- (a) violation of principles of natural justice, […]...

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HC allows FIR against Bank Manager for breaching prohibitory section 132(3) order by allowing customer to operate locker

HDFC Bank Vs State of Bihar (Patna High Court)

HC dismisses application to Quash FIR filed against a HDFC Bank Manager for allowing a Customer to Operate Bank  Locker despite receiving  prohibitory order under section 132(3) of the Income Tax Act to put a stop operation on the Bank accounts, fixed deposits and Bank lockers of that Customer....

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Patna HC enquires about Income Tax investigation of illegally acquired wealth by liquor syndicate

Gangaram, Vs The State of Bihar (Patna High Court)

Gangaram Vs The State of Bihar (Patna High Court) It appears that the Income Tax Department has not conducted any investigation in the matter of illegally acquired wealth by the members of the liquor syndicate. The Income Tax Department should get the details from the Police and thereafter investigate the illegally acquired wealth by the ...

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Economic Offenders Ruins The Economy of State & must be brought to book

Pankaj Goel Vs Union of India (Patna High Court)

Pankaj Goel Vs Union of India (Patna High Court) HC held that The entire community is aggrieved if the economic offenders, who ruin the economy of the State are not brought to book. A murder may be committed in the hit of moment upon passions being aroused. An economic offence is committed with cool calculation […]...

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HC quashes GST order for not providing Fair opportunity of hearing to Assessee

Ajay Kumar Singh Vs State of Bihar (Patna High Court)

Ajay Kumar Singh Vs State of Bihar (Patna High Court) HC held that this Court, notwithstanding the statutory remedy, is not precluded from interfering where, ex facie, we form an opinion that the order is bad in law. This we say so, for two reasons- (a) violation of principles of natural justice, i.e. Fair opportunity […]...

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Order imposing interest on gross GST amount quashed for Violation of Principle of Natural Justice

Manshi Automobiles Vs Union of India (Patna High Court)

Manshi Automobiles Vs Union of India (Patna High Court) We form an opinion that the order is bad in law. This we say so, for two reasons- (a) violation of principles of natural justice, i.e. Fair opportunity of hearing. No sufficient time was afforded to the petitioner to represent his case; (b) order passed ex […]...

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Patna HC Quashes GST order passed in violation of Principles of Natural Justice

Sky Vision Media Private Limited Vs State of Bihar (Patna High Court)

We form an opinion that the order is bad in law. This we say so, for two reasons- (a) violation of principles of natural justice, i.e. Fair opportunity of hearing. No sufficient time was afforded to the petitioner to represent his case; (b) order passed ex parte in nature, does not assign any sufficient reasons even decipherable from the ...

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Order passed without issuance of notice is bad-in-law as contrary to principle of natural justice

Laxmi Barter Private Limited Vs Union of India (Patna High Court)

The order is bad in law. This we say so, for two reasons- (a) violation of principles of natural justice, i.e. Fair opportunity of hearing. No sufficient time was afforded to the petitioner to represent his case; (b) order passed in nature, does not assign any sufficient reasons even decipherable from the record, as to how the officer cou...

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