Sir I have applied for GST Registration cancellation online. Sir, After 1 month , GST registration status suspended is shown under gst registration status .
Sir Gst registration suspended what does it mean. Sir Gst Registration status suspended whether means Gst registration cancelled
Section 130 of companies act 2013 permits reopening of accounts on order by court or tribunal having jurisdiction when an application is made by Central Government,
the Income-tax authorities,
the Securities and Exchange Board,
any other statutory regulatory body or authority
or any person concerned
My question are
1. Any person concerned means and include a share holder of the company also?
2. Can a share holder make an application to tribunal for reopening of accounts provided it can be proved that the accounts were previously prepared on fradulent manner without following accounting standards and mismanagement took place.?
I have applied for GST Registration cancellation online.
Sir, After 1 month , GST registration status suspended is shown under gst registration status .
Sir Gst registration suspended what does it mean.
Sir Gst Registration status suspended whether means Gst registration cancelled.
Please check below mentioned scenario and kindly clarify whether my client will get Input credit of GST.
I am registered in Haryana and my client is registered in Uttar Pradesh. I got an project of supply of material in west Bengal. So, I raised Tax Invoice mentioning "Bill to" Uttar Pradesh and "Ship to" West Bengal and charged IGST on the same.
So my question is:-
1). Did I mentioned correct ship to address or it will be Uttar Pradesh instead of West Bengal ?
2). Will my client get Input Credit if I mention west Bengal as place of supply in GST Portal ?
GSTIN of my, one of client was cancelled order dated 17-5-21 which was effecting from 01-01-21 and the reason was given not filling GSTR 3B form 12/2020 . We automatically selected for QRMP than 3B and GSTR1 was filled on quarterly on time.
please advise what to do
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