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The High Court addressed the issue of Transitional Input Tax ...


Writ petition entertained despite alternative remedy available. Time limitation for availing transitional input tax credit clarified.

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June 4, 2024

The High Court addressed the issue of Transitional Input Tax Credit time limitation, ruling that availing credit beyond thirty days is inadmissible, leading to tax recovery with interest and penalty. The court discussed the maintainability of a writ petition u/s Article 226 of the Constitution despite alternative remedies. It held that when a writ petition raises a pure legal question without the need for factual investigation, the High Court can entertain it at its discretion. The court can review decisions of subordinate bodies for jurisdictional errors or violations of natural justice. Regarding time limitation, the court interpreted the General Clauses Act to calculate the thirty-day period u/s CGST Act, 2017, excluding the appointed day. Consequently, the court allowed the petition.

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