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Concerned respondents in Revenue will allow petitioner to file GST TRAN – 1 form to enable him to obtain credit accrued in his favour prior to the transition, on his stock as on 30th June, 2017.

Transitional Credit — Case of petitioner is that it could not attempt to file GST TRAN –1 form on GST portal because his own system was down. On 9th January, 2018, deadline having expired on 27th December, 2017, petitioner said so to Revenue. Petitioner then has obtained a report, upon forensic examination of his system, having provided password, which report confirms petitioner’s contention. The writ petition allowed with the directions that concerned respondents in Revenue will allow petitioner to file GST TRAN – 1 form to enable him to obtain credit accrued in his favour prior to the transition, on his stock as on 30th June, 2017. — Mrinal Ghosh Vs. Union of India & Others [2019] 18 TAXLOK.COM 059 (Calcutta)