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  • gst
    replied to 15. Demands and Recovery
    Q 21. What happens when the estate of a taxable person is under the control of Court of Wards? Ans. Where the estate of a taxable person owning a business in respect ...
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  • gst
    replied to 15. Demands and Recovery
    Q 20. What happens to the tax liability of a taxable person, whose business is carried on by any guardian/ trustee or agent of a minor? Ans. Where the business in...
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  • gst
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    Q 19. What is the liability of partners of a partnership firm (Taxable person) to pay outstanding tax? Ans. Partners of any firm shall jointly and severally be liable for payment of any tax, interest or penalty....
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  • gst
    replied to 15. Demands and Recovery
    Q 18. What is the liability of directors of the Company (taxable person) under liquidation? Ans: When any private company is wound up and any tax or other dues ...
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  • gst
    replied to 15. Demands and Recovery
    Q 17. What happens to tax dues where the Company (taxable person) goes into liquidation? Ans. When any company is wound up, every appointed receiver of assets (...
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  • gst
    replied to 15. Demands and Recovery
    Q 16. If a taxable person with pending tax dues, transfers his business to another person, what would happen to the tax dues? Ans. The person, to whom the busines...
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  • gst
    replied to 15. Demands and Recovery
    Q 15. What is the course of recovery in cases where the tax demand confirmed is enhanced in appeal/ revision proceedings? Ans. The notice of demand is required...
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  • gst
    replied to 15. Demands and Recovery
    Q 14. Whether the payment of tax dues can be made in installments? Ans. On receipt of any such request, Commissioner/Chief Commissioner may extend the time fo...
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  • gst
    replied to 15. Demands and Recovery
    Q 13. What are the modes of recovery of tax available to the proper officer? Ans. The proper officer may recover the dues in following manner: a) Deduction of dues from the amount owned by the tax authorities payable to such person. b) Recovery by way of detaining and...
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  • gst
    replied to 15. Demands and Recovery
    Q 12. What is the time limit to issue notice in cases under Section 76 i.e. taxes collected but not paid to Government? Ans. There is no time limit. Notice can ...
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  • gst
    replied to 15. Demands and Recovery
    Q 11. In case the person does not deposit tax collected in contravention of Section 76(1), what is the proper course of action to be taken? Ans. SCN may be issu...
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  • gst
    replied to 15. Demands and Recovery
    Q 10. What happens if a person collects tax from another person but does not deposit the same with Government? Ans. It is mandatory to pay amount, collected f...
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  • gst
    replied to 15. Demands and Recovery
    Q 9. What will happen in cases where notice is issued but order has not been passed under section 73 & 74 within time specified for adjudication under these sections? A...
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  • gst
    replied to 15. Demands and Recovery
    Q 8. In case a notice is adjudicated under Section 74 and order issued confirming tax demand and penalty, does the noticee have any option to pay reduced penalty? ...
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  • gst
    replied to 15. Demands and Recovery
    Q 7. If notice is issued under Section 74 and thereafter the noticee makes payment, is there any need to adjudicate the case? Ans. Where the person to whom a n...
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  • gst
    replied to 15. Demands and Recovery
    Q 6. Is there any immunity to a person chargeable with tax in cases of fraud/suppression of facts/ willful misstatement, who pays the amount of demand along-with...
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  • gst
    replied to 14. Refunds
    Q 26. Can the refund claim be rejected without assigning any reasons? Ans. No. When the proper officer is satisfied that the claim is not admissible he shall is...
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  • gst
    replied to 14. Refunds
    Q 25. What happens if there are deficiencies in the refund claim? Ans. Deficiencies, if any, in the refund claim has to be pointed out within 15 days. A for...
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  • gst
    replied to 14. Refunds
    Q 24. Is there any specified format for sanction of refund claim? Ans. The claim of refund will be sanctioned by the proper officer in Form GST RFD-06 if the clai...
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  • gst
    replied to 14. Refunds
    Q 23. Is there any specified format for filing refund claim? Ans. Every claim of refund has to be filed in Form GST RFD 1. However, claim of refund of balance ...
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