HC asks Tax Dept to permit GST assessees to file for transitional credit

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The Punjab and Haryana High Court has permitted filing or revising Form TRAN I for transitional credit by November 30, 2019, irrespective of whether the form was filed, incorrectly filed or not filed at all. “Article 300A provides that no person shall be deprived of property saved by authority of law. While right to the property is no longer a fundamental right but it is still a Constitutional right,” the court said while disposing the petitions.

Further it said CENVAT (Central Value Added Tax) credit earned under the erstwhile Central Excise Law is the property of the writ applicants and it cannot be appropriated for merely failing to file a declaration in the absence of Law in this respect. “It could have been appropriated by the government by providing for the same in the CGST Act but it cannot be taken away by virtue of merely framing Rules in this regard,” the Court said.

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