Freedom of movement not an Absolute Right:  Karnataka HC upholds GST Demand & Penalty for Clandestine Movement of Goods [Read Order]

The orders of liability and penalty, which were quashed by the Single Judge, cannot be reinstated by setting aside his judgment
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In a significant ruling, the Karnataka High Court upheld the Goods and Services Tax ( GST ) demand and penalty for the clandestine movement of goods, stating that freedom of movement was not an absolute right. This intra-Court appeal challenged a Single Judge’s order dated June 23, 2022, which favored the respondent’s W.P.No.7226/2022 (T-RES) by…

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