Telangana High Court

Arrest / coercive action before GST Assessment not prohibited: HC

VS Ferrous Enterprise Private Limited Vs. Union of India (Telangana High Court)

When the very arrest of the petitioners is not prohibited prior to the completion of the assessment, any coercive action lesser than arrest, can not also be said to be prohibited....

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Transitional ITC of VAT allowable, despite non availment of option to claim its refund under VAT law

M/s. Magma Fincorp Limited Vs. State of Telangana (Telangana High Court)

Once it is admitted that credit was available to the petitioner on the date of switch over from VAT regime to GST regime and once it is admitted that the petitioner may be entitled to make a claim for this credit in other modes, we think that the second respondent ought to have given a purposive interpretation to Section 140 of the Act re...

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HC allows Interest on Gross amount without Allowing ITC

M/s. Megha Engineering & Infrastructures Ltd. Vs The Commissioner of Central Tax (Telangana High Court)

M/s. Megha Engineering & Infrastructures Ltd. Vs  Commissioner of Central Tax (Telangana High Court) No input tax credit if GST returns not filed, and Interest mandatorily payable on gross tax liability on delayed payment of GST- In the case of M/s. Megha Engineering & Infrastructures Ltd. (Writ Petition Number 44517 of 2018), th...

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Circular Trading / Fraudulent ITC Claim- HC denies Bail

P.V. Ramana Reddy Vs Union of India (Telangana High Court)

P.V. Ramana Reddy S/o. P. Shankar Reddy Vs Union of India (Telangana High Court) High Court held that without going deep, that the petitioners have allegedly involved in circular trading with a turnover on paper to the tune of about Rs.1,289.00 crores and a benefit of ITC to the tune of Rs.225.00 crores. The GST […]...

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Dealer not obligated to pay penalty at 15% | Section 74(5) | CGST Act 2017

D. Rama Kotiah And Co. Vs State of Andhra Pradesh (Telangana High Court)

Section 74(5) of the Act merely enables the petitioner to pay penalty at 15% on his own accord, in which event the assessing authority cannot thereafter issue a notice seeking recovery of the balance 85% penalty (i.e., penalty equivalent to the tax specified in the no­tice)....

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Service Tax not payable on Naturopathy treatment

Manthena Satyanarana Raju Charitable Trust Vs Union of India (Telangana High Court)

Manthena Satyanarana Raju Charitable Trust Vs Union of India (Telangana High Court) petitioner was providing various services, such as, steam bath, sauna/infrared bath, foot and arm bath, whirlpool bath, circular jet, full emersion bath, spinal spray, spinal bath, hip bath, hydro deluxe bath, jacuzi, mud bath, neem paste bath, plant leaf ...

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