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Issue A GST Number Within 7 Days, Madras High Court Grants Relief To Assessee

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Issue A GST Number Within 7 Days, Madras High Court Grants Relief To Assessee
Madras HC's Order for M/s. Bio Med Ingredients Pvt. Ltd.

The Madras HC not too long ago handed an order and instructed the Items and Service Tax (GST) Division to grant the assessee a GST registration quantity for beginning its enterprise.

The petitioner, M/s. Bio Med Substances Pvt. Ltd. earlier utilized for GST registration nevertheless it was rejected by the first respondent (the division) which had no acceptable grounds to disapprove the applying.

The petitioner agency once more utilized for Items and Companies Tax registration, and once more it confronted rejection as a result of each the lessor and lessee had been operating a enterprise in the identical location, which isn’t allowed legally.

The petitioner argued that they’re working their enterprise on the talked about land which is within the extent of three acres. The respondents didn’t even perform any bodily verification. The appliance for GST registration had been rejected and this writ petitioner has been filed by the petitioner firm.

The counsel for the respondents argued that adhering to the above-mentioned instruction, the officers of the respondent division went for the inspection on the enterprise premises.

They got here to know that the administrative center is occupied by two separate companies with separate GST numbers and is being operated by two individuals. The property will not be demarcated, argued the counsel.

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Additional, it was acknowledged that on the identical premise, the petitioner needs to get a Items and Service Tax registration to run its enterprise, another firm already exists which is run by one other individual. The properties had already been duly demarcated and data can be found, argued the counsel of the petitioner.

The one-member bench of Justice Krishnan Ramasamy ordered in favour of the petitioner and directed the respondents to grant a GST registration quantity inside one week from the date of receipt. The choice was taken regardless of whether or not the property referred by the petitioner is demarcated or not.

From the date of issuance of the GST quantity, the petitioner-company is instructed to demarcate the property inside one week time from the GST quantity issuance date, if in case, the property will not be demarcated.

The property needs to be demarcated and the report needs to be submitted on 27.11.2023. Wanting on the above-mentioned route, the writ petition was disposed of by the courtroom.

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