No Application filed for Release: Calcutta HC rejects plea for Release of Goods Seized under GST Law [Read Order]

The question was whether the Petitioner must file an application under Section 67(6) of the Central Goods and Services Tax Act to secure the release of the seized goods
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The Calcutta High Court recently ruled that the release of seized goods cannot be sought through a writ petition unless an application for their release under Goods and Services Tax Act is made. The Revenue Department conducted Search and Seizure proceedings at petitioner’s registered business premises. This led to the issuance of a prohibitory order…

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