Litigation

Appeal

Once the order has been decided against the client, Appeal u/s 107 of the CGST act is must. Do not wait for the expiry of the time period. Do consult us for the perfect handling of your Client’s case.

An appeal is an application to a higher court for a reversal of the decision of a lower court. Appeals arise when there are any legal disputes.

  • Error Free Drafting
  • Consultation related to case
  • No client involvement

₹ 500 All inclusive price


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About the service

In this service, there will be four segment that is mentioned below and charges may differ according to the segment chosen:-

1. Drafting a reply
  • Once the copy of notice and order is shared & payment of 500 has been made, we will first study the feasibility of the case that whether it will stand legally or not. In the feasibility discussion all the in and out of the case would be discussed.
  • After studying the legal validity of the case, we will discuss the feasibility on the mail.
  • If the client wish to go forward after the discussion, he has to pay the full amount of fee.
  • After receiving the payment, we will draft a reply.
  • We will also need reference of supporting papers i.e. accounts, ledgers, invoices, excel sheet etc., which has to be provided by client.
  • Once the draft is ready it would be made available to the client. Changes could be made on demand.

 

2. Supporting Paperwork
  • Fee: It would be discussed with the client depending upon the work, as the case will vary client to client In case the supporting paper is not upto mark with the client or is not present as per the requirement of case then it could be prepared by us.

 

3. Drafting & Uploading
  • After the process stated in drafting, the file would be uploaded & acknowledgement would be shared with the client.
  • Along with the two copies of drafted reply, all the supporting papers, indexing and binding would be send to the client by post so that it could be deposited physically with the department.
  • The alignment of papers are also important for the case.

 

4. Handling
  • The work of appeal, show cause notices does not end with uploading the drafted reply. The officer is bound to provide hearing, which would be E- Hearing in coming days.
  • There are two benefits of hearing:
    1. You could put additional grounds which was missed during drafting due to ignorance or non-occurrence of an act at the time of drafting.
    2. Many times, officer will be convinced on the basis of the ground presented and relevance of the case which depends totally on orating and presentation skills. Sometimes officer is not sure about the ground which has been taken then it depends upon the person presenting the case to convince him about the genuineness of the case which again depends on the person’s thorough knowledge about the law.
  • In this type of activity alongside drafting and uploading, overall handling i.e. (Online Hearing and disposal) of the case would be done by us and we will try our best that decision comes in the favour of client.
  • In case the client wants us to handle the case with departmental visit and disposal then it needs to be customised which shall be communicated on the mail of the client.
Drafting a reply Supporting paperwork Drafting & Uploading Handling
Fee 5,000 Customize 7,000 20,000
Requirements Name of the assess, GSTIN, Address, Copy of show cause notice, Copy of the order Vary according to different cases. Name of the assess, GSTIN, Address, Copy of show cause notice, GSTIN user ID & Password, Copy of the order Name of the assess, GSTIN, Address, Copy of show cause notice, GSTIN user ID & Password , Copy of the order

How it works

  • Step 1

    Discuss the case with us.

  • Step 2

    Get your appeal drafted along with personal hearing tips.

  • Step 3

    Either upload it yourself or take our assistance.

  • Step 4

    Handle the case with your liasoning or use our service.

Appeal FAQs

  • WHETHER ANY PERSON AGGRIEVED BY ANY ORDER OR DECISION PASSED AGAINST HIM HAS THE RIGHT TO APPEAL?

    Yes. Any person aggrieved by any order or decision passed under the GST Act(s) has the right to appeal under Section 107. It must be an order or decision passed by an “adjudicating authority”. However, some decisions or orders (as provided for in Section 121) are not appealable.

  • WHAT IS THE TIME LIMIT TO FILE APPEAL TO APPELLATE AUTHORITY (AA)?

    For the aggrieved person, the time limit is fixed as 3 months from the date of communication of order or decision.

  • WHETHER THE APPELLATE AUTHORITY HAS ANY POWERS TO CONDONE THE DELAY IN FILING APPEAL?

    Yes. He can condone a delay of up to one month from the end of the prescribed period of 3 months for filing the appeal, provided there is “sufficient cause” as laid down in section 107(4).

  • WHETHER THE APPELLATE AUTHORITY HAS ANY POWERS TO ALLOW ADDITIONAL GROUNDS NOT SPECIFIED IN THE APPEAL MEMO?

    Yes. He has the powers to allow additional grounds if he is satisfied that the omission was not wilful or unreasonable.

  • WHAT IS THE AMOUNT OF MANDATORY PRE-DEPOSIT WHICH SHOULD BE MADE ALONG WITH EVERY APPEAL BEFORE APPELLATE AUTHORITY?

    The full amount of tax, interest, fine, fee, and penalty arising from the impugned order as is admitted by the appellant and a sum equal to 10% of the remaining amount of tax in dispute arising from the order in relation to which appeal has been filed. On making the payment of pre-deposit as above, the recovery of the balance amount shall be deemed to be stayed, in terms of section 107(7).


  • Questions? We’re just a call away…

    Have any questions about the sevices? Just reach out to us.

    1800 5724 183 | official@litigationmonk.com

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