Bombay High Court seeks response from Attorney General, Advocate General in challenge to GST Rules amendment

The petition was filed challenging the validity of the amendment to sub-rule 2 of Rule 21A of the Central GST Rules 2017 which deprives the assessee of the opportunity to be heard before suspending the GST registration.

The Bombay High Court recently issued notice to the Attorney General for India and Advocate General of Maharashtra in a petition challenging the amendment to the Goods and Services Tax Rules of 2017 (GST Rules) which deprives the assessee of the opportunity to be heard before suspending the GST registration [SAT Industries Ltd. v. Union of India & Ors.]

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