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High Court: Impugned order wrongly issued in wrong name but correct GSTIN. Petitioner can appeal within 30 days, deposit 10% disputed tax. Appeal to be heard within 3 months.

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June 18, 2024

In a case before the High Court, the issue was the correctness of an order that was issued in the wrong name but with the correct GSTIN of the petitioner, Srinivasan Charitable and Educational Trust. The Court held that the petitioner can file a statutory appeal u/s 107 of the GST Act within 30 days, upon depositing 10% of the disputed tax. The Appellate Commissioner must then hear and decide the appeal within three months. The petitioner must also be given an opportunity to be heard. The petition was disposed of accordingly.

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