I have observed that professionals have sufficient knowledge of provisions of law but many time they are not able to apply these provision in practical cases. Thus it gives me an immense pleasure in introducing my first book on various judgments under GST in chart form for conceptual clarity of professionals so that they can apply the same in their practical cases.

This book is completely in chart form for easy understanding. This book has covered various Important case studies from AAR , AAAR ,High Court judgments. For better understanding we have used various relevant diagrams in this book. This book is not only useful for those professionals whose are doing GST Appeals but also vary useful for other GST Practitioners.

In this book we have also mentioned relevant section, notification and circular with the case for reader’s quick reference. We have covered many important judgments in this book which are related to those issues which are used in our daily routine GST Practice and also useful as reference material for our own various debatable/disputed cases.

We have covered many debatable issues in this book like taxability, taxable event, ITC, value of supply, place of supply, E – Way bill etc. We have also considered certain Pre GST case studies for basic understanding regarding the law.

This book is completely simplified for better understanding of laymen. In this book we have also taken many case studies regarding Provisions of import and export of goods or services under GST. We have tried our best to touch each and every important aspect of GST in this book.

I would like to mention that due professional care have been taken to ensure that contents are accurate. However, in case of any comments or suggestions, please feel free to connect to me at [email protected]

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  1. Arvind Ramachandran says:

    Sir, what is the position of an unpaid Seller? He has supplied Goods/Services but has not received payment. though the Act says that in such a case, the Buyer cannot avail ITC, this is of little help to the Supplier. Moreover, the Department is forcing the Supplier to pay the GST as the Act is silent on whether the Department is expreely prohibited to collect GST from an unpaid Seller. Has your book covered this aspect?

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