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When GST heads to the courtroom

Compliance requirements, valuation, input tax credit transfers are likely to lead to tax litigation

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Sayan Ghosal 



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Two months after coming into effect, India’s new indirect tax has already begun making its rounds in the courtrooms. Tax professionals and corporate lawyers are gearing up for a swathe of increased litigation, given the large influence that the goods and services tax (GST) has on economic participants.

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First Published: Sun, September 10 2017. 23:57 IST

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