GST Order without Stating Clear Reasons for Rejection of Taxpayer’s Reply Cannot be Sustained: Madras HC [Read Order]

The court observed that the impugned order lacked any reasoned explanation and merely stated that the petitioner's replies were not accepted
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The Madras High Court ruled that the GST ( Goods and Services Tax ) order without stating clear reasons for the rejection of the taxpayer’s reply cannot be sustained. The court stated that the order is ‘unreasoned’. The Petitioner, Jupiter & Coa dealer under the Tamil Nadu Value Added Tax Act, 2006, had responded to…

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