‘Ignorantia Juris Non Excusat’, Unawareness of GST Proceedings not Convincing: Madras HC sets aside Order with Pre-Deposit Condition [Read Order]

Recognizing the significance of providing a fair chance to explain discrepancies in GSTR 3B and 2A , the Court set aside the impugned order subject to Pre-deposit conditions.
Ignorantia - Ignorantia juris non excusat - GST Proceedings - Madras HC - taxscan

The Madras High Court sets aside the Goods and Service Tax ( GST ) assessment order with 10% pre deposit condition to contest the tax demand. The court observed that the unawareness of the GST proceedings was not convincing. The bench of Justice Senthilkumar observed that “As a registered person under applicable GST enactments, the…

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