Tax Liability Confirmed due to Wrong availment of ITC and and failure to reply SCN: Madras HC sets aside Order on 10% Pre-deposit [Read Order]

The Court noted that the tax proposal was confirmed because the petitioner did not reply to the show cause notice or attend the personal hearing
madras hc - madras high court - GST - goods and sevice tax - tax liability - TAXSCAN

The Madras High Court recently overturned a Goods and Services Tax ( GST ) order, requiring a pre-deposit of 10%. The order had confirmed the tax liability based on alleged wrongful availment of Input Tax Credit ( ITC ) and failure to respond to the Show Cause Notice ( SN ). The matter was remanded…

Your free access to Taxscan has Expired

To read the article, get a premium account.

Taxscan Premium

Why should you subscribe?
  • Enjoy our website without interruptions from advertisements
  • Receive Daily newsletters
  • Receive realtime Telegram/Whatsapp news updates
  • Download original Judgements / Order / Notifications / Circulars, etc
  • Enjoy exclusive entry fees to Simplified series. (Webinars, Seminars, masterclasses, etc.)
  ₹1599 + GST for 1 year

Subscribe Now

taxscan-loader