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Guide to GST Litigation & Proceedings

Guide to GST Litigation & Proceedings

by Preetam Singh
gst Tax Litigation
About Book:

Litigation is an evidence that a legislation is put to use; more or less in its fullest form. The life of [application of] law is lounged on those punctuations that we see – including a comma, which at times is not emphasised, but offers enough space to stop, stand and argue the merits. And litigators would agree here, that one of the powerful tools they have is words, whether used as a weapon or shield. The legal minds are conditioned with experience to find out the words of their use, and in this pursuit they do not hesitate to challenge the proceedings itself, wherever required. All of this brought before me, the need to put together - and - discuss substantial and procedural clauses per se on the litigation and proceedings under the GST. The work begins with an introduction to the constitutional amendment, followed by a structural placement of provisions from the statute book. It first focuses on putting the relevant clauses including bylaws comprehensively at one place, then explains its formation and deals with its applicability. The relevant statutory forms are indexed at chapter level. The book contains a dedicated section on the utility of different constituents of the statute so to say from marginal headings, explanation, provisos, illustration etc. to the schedules. It also incorporates the amendments carried out through the Finance (No. 2) Act, 2019. In addition, the work offers a brief on decisions rendered by the various Courts and Authorities, interpreting the provisions that are discussed in this book.

Categories: GST & Other Indirect Taxes
Publisher: Bharat Law House Pvt Ltd
About Publisher:

Bharat is a 'trade-name' for a group of concerns, popularly known as Bharat Law House and Bharat Law House Pvt. Ltd. Bharat is one of the most reputed publishers of law books with an experience of over six decades. It possess a very diverse range of publications covering not only the area of taxation - direct and indirect - but also company law, insolvency capital market, finance, industrial law, foreign exchange, commercial, civil and criminal laws. The students publications for CA, CS, CMA, CFA, MBA, graduate and post-graduate studies have carved out a niche for themselves. The Publication House has a professionally qualified team with strong in-house capabilities. Their strength lies in the patronage of legal luminaries in every field. They strive for accuracy, authenticity and sincerity.  

Author: Preetam Singh
About Author:
Preetam Singh :

Preetam started his career in 2009 and had been doing indirect taxes for more than eighty years now. Preetam completed his LL.B. (first division) from the Faculty of Law, University of Delhi. Aside the tax laws, he has developed a profound interest in matters concerning the Constitution, disputes resolution, arbitration and also administration of justice in India. Preetam strongly believes that in order to understand better – the future [including litigation as a consequence] of any legislation, it is equally important to read about its formation and evolution.


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gst Tax Litigation
About Book:

Litigation is an evidence that a legislation is put to use; more or less in its fullest form. The life of [application of] law is lounged on those punctuations that we see – including a comma, which at times is not emphasised, but offers enough space to stop, stand and argue the merits. And litigators would agree here, that one of the powerful tools they have is words, whether used as a weapon or shield. The legal minds are conditioned with experience to find out the words of their use, and in this pursuit they do not hesitate to challenge the proceedings itself, wherever required. All of this brought before me, the need to put together - and - discuss substantial and procedural clauses per se on the litigation and proceedings under the GST. The work begins with an introduction to the constitutional amendment, followed by a structural placement of provisions from the statute book. It first focuses on putting the relevant clauses including bylaws comprehensively at one place, then explains its formation and deals with its applicability. The relevant statutory forms are indexed at chapter level. The book contains a dedicated section on the utility of different constituents of the statute so to say from marginal headings, explanation, provisos, illustration etc. to the schedules. It also incorporates the amendments carried out through the Finance (No. 2) Act, 2019. In addition, the work offers a brief on decisions rendered by the various Courts and Authorities, interpreting the provisions that are discussed in this book.

Categories: GST & Other Indirect Taxes
Publisher: Bharat Law House Pvt Ltd
About Publisher:

Bharat is a 'trade-name' for a group of concerns, popularly known as Bharat Law House and Bharat Law House Pvt. Ltd. Bharat is one of the most reputed publishers of law books with an experience of over six decades. It possess a very diverse range of publications covering not only the area of taxation - direct and indirect - but also company law, insolvency capital market, finance, industrial law, foreign exchange, commercial, civil and criminal laws. The students publications for CA, CS, CMA, CFA, MBA, graduate and post-graduate studies have carved out a niche for themselves. The Publication House has a professionally qualified team with strong in-house capabilities. Their strength lies in the patronage of legal luminaries in every field. They strive for accuracy, authenticity and sincerity.  

Author: Preetam Singh
About Author:
Preetam Singh :

Preetam started his career in 2009 and had been doing indirect taxes for more than eighty years now. Preetam completed his LL.B. (first division) from the Faculty of Law, University of Delhi. Aside the tax laws, he has developed a profound interest in matters concerning the Constitution, disputes resolution, arbitration and also administration of justice in India. Preetam strongly believes that in order to understand better – the future [including litigation as a consequence] of any legislation, it is equally important to read about its formation and evolution.

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