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Petitioner firm prayed for an installment schedule so that some reasonable time would be afforded for deposit of the GST amount. Even such submission cannot be accepted as no provision in support of such prayer has been cited.

Liability of GST — The petitioner firm is a Government contractor and had been issued a work order in pursuance to a tender process. The Petitioner successfully completed the work and was even issued a completion certificate. Final bill was also submitted. The petitioner was notice to deposit of GST in relation to the work executed and completed and the final bill paid. The petitioner does not dispute the liability as regards the deposit of GST pertaining to the work. No interference is warranted. Petition dismissed. — Jagdish Kumar Sehgal Vs. Union of India and Others [2019] 15 TAXLOK.COM 081 (P&H)