A Refund Rejection Order Passed Without Stating Any Reasons For Rejection Is Against The Law Stated In Rule 92(3) Of The CGST Rules, 2017A Refund Rejection Order Passed Without Stating Any Reasons For Rejection Is Against The Law Stated In Rule 92(3) Of The CGST Rules, 2017

The Hon’ble High Court of Bombay vide its order dated 25.01.2022 in the matter of Colgate Global Business Services Pvt. Ltd.  Vs.  Union of India through the Ministry of Finance, Department of Revenue, New Delhi, Commissioner of State Tax, Mumbai, Deputy Commissioner of State Tax, Mumbai in Writ Petition No. – 802/2021 held that the order passed for rejection of refund claim without stating any reason for rejection of the same is bad in law and liable to be set-aside being in breach of the provisions of the law.

The Petitioner preferred the Writ petition before the Hon’ble High Court challenging the order dated 15th June 2020 passed by the respondents whereby the application of refund made by the Petitioner was rejected.To read more subscribe today: www.taxo.online

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