-Giving Date of Hearing before the due date of reply is incorrect
-Non-Appearance on the date of Hearing
-Petitioner cannot be left remediless as order of Cancellation of Registration not available on Portal
-Cash Credit Account cannot be attached for recovery of Liabilities
-Duty of taxpayer to verify Portal for receipt of notice and order
HT Media Ltd.
The petitioner was to submit its reply by 1-9-2022 and was also informed of a personal hearing scheduled on 19-8-2022. High Court was
Tvl. RIDA Industries v.
The petitioner neither had asked for any personal hearing and made submission on merits, though without furnishing any details. The High
Ashok Kumar Jha v. Union
Order for cancellation of registration was not available on the portal and petitioner could not even file application for revocation against the
Anjani Cotton Industries v.
The High Court stated that on more than one occasion, Court had deprecated the practice of the respondent authorities in seeking
The petitioner had been served with order dated 14-10-2022 on the GST portal, calling him to pay an amount of Rs. 19,22,566/-. It was