Unaware of GST Demand Order until Bank Account Frozen: Madras HC directs Re-adjudication on 10% Pre-deposit [Read Order]

The petitioner was directed to remit 10% of the disputed tax demand within 15 days from the date of receipt of a copy of the order as a pre-condition for re-adjudication
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The Madras High Court has set aside and directed re-adjudication of a Goods and Services Tax ( GST ) demand order because the petitioner was unaware of it until their bank account was frozen, constituting a breach of principles of natural justice. The dispute arises from a GST demand order issued by the Deputy Commercial…

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