Madras HC sets aside GST Order due to Supplier Declaration and Tax Rate Defects, directs Re-adjudication [Read Order]

The court considered the discrepancy and ordered the liability to be discharged at the GST rate of 12% as a condition for remand
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The Madras High Court has set aside a Goods and Services Tax (GST) order due to defects in supplier declarations and tax rates. The court has remanded the order for reconsideration by the concerned authorities. The writ petition was filed to challenge an order issued by the respondent, specifically concerning two tax proposals for the…

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