15 GST Discrepancies Addressed in Intimation, No Time Extension Granted Despite Request: Madras HC quashes GST Orders on Rs. 45L Pre-deposit [Read Order]

The officer must also adhere to the procedure outlined in Circular No.12/2022 dated 26th September 2022, issued by the Commissioner of Commercial Taxes, Chennai
Madras HC Quashes GST Orders - 5 discrepancies addressed in intimation - judicial intervention in tax adjudication - taxscan

The Madras High Court quashed the GST ( Goods and Services Tax ) assessment orders on a pre-deposit condition of Rs. 45  lakhs. The court observed that the petitioner/ assessee has addressed the issues, thus warranted interference in the orders, subject to certain conditions. The court also directed that the assessing officer shall take note…

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