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GST: Tax evasion over ₹ 5 cr a non-bailable offence

Goods and Services Tax - GST - Dated:- 3-4-2017 - New Delhi, Apr 2 (PTI) Tax evasion of over ₹ 5 crore under the GST regime would be non-bailable offence with the police having authority to make an arrest without a warrant. The Central GST (CGS .....

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-bailable. In a 223-page FAQ on Goods and Services Tax (GST), the CBEC said other offences under the act are non-cognizable and bailable. The government has set a target date of July 1 for roll out of the GST, which will subsume central excise, servi .....

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mission of a court. Non-cognizable offence means relatively less serious offences in respect of which a police officer does not have the authority to make an arrest without a warrant and an investigation cannot be initiated without a court order, it .....

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. If a person is arrested for a non-cognizable and bailable offence, the Deputy/ Assistant Commissioner of CGST/SGST can release him on bail and he will be subject to the same provisions as an officer in-charge of a police station under section 436 o .....

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t summon provisions are not misused by field officers. As per the guidelines, summons are to be issued as a last resort where assessees are not co-operating and this should not be used for the top management. Also the language of the summons should n .....

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