GST Representation and AAR Ruling under GST

Looking for expert support in handling GST issues with the department? We provides specialized representation to minimize tax burdens, penalties, and interests on your company. Our experienced team is well-versed in GST law and litigation matters, offering expert guidance and drafting representations. We liaise with government authorities, trade associations, and the Ministry of Finance on your behalf.



GST started almost a year ago. There are a lot of grey areas in the law and procedures. The Law shall evolve years to come. In the process of evolution, there shall be a lot of issues wherein there will be a need to face the authorities, show cause notices, GST assessments, disputes, litigation matters, etc.


There can be basic matters like application and follow-up for “letter of undertaking (LUT)” for exports without payment of tax. Even the matters like claims of refunds may call for advice and follow-up with the department on the matter.


Handling Issues With GST Department

Need Of An Expert Support


While the in-house team takes care of the business requirements and maintenance of statutorily needed records, there must be a specialized team who can act on behalf of the company to represent the connected government department. This can help minimize the impacts of the illegitimate tax burden, interests, penalties on the company.



How can APMH help?

Expert GST Representation Team


The specialized representation team comes to the rescue in an important situation. APMH has a team that just works on the department facing matters of the clients. The members of this team are trained regularly with the changes in the GST law and possible answers to the litigations around the same. The team has a good amount of understanding on the way the department pursues a tax situation and how shall that be best lawfully tackled. Team is also well equipped with the knowledge and infrastructure to work with technology-based representation which is going to be the prime way for dealing with GST litigations in the current era.


• Representation to the government

• Assist in drafting representations

• Liaising with trade associations and the Ministry of Finance for representation

• Application and follow up for “letter of undertaking (LUT)” for exports

• Advising on matters for claims of refunds

Frequently asked questions

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What is a show cause notice (SCN) under GST and when is it issued?
  • - SCN is a formal communication issued by the department authorities to a taxpayer. 
  • - It is typically issued when the authorities suspect non-compliance, evasion, or any other irregularities in the taxpayer's GST filings. 
  • - The notice requires the recipient to explain or "show cause" why certain actions should not be taken against them.
Can an extension be requested for responding to a Show Cause Notice?
In some cases, taxpayers may request an extension for responding to an SCN. However, it is crucial to adhere to the timelines specified in the notice to avoid additional penalties.
What are the consequences of not responding to the SCN?
An order shall be passed in DRC-07 and demand shall be raised with tax, interest and penalty in DRC-07 and department may proceed for recovery based on the order issued.
What is the timeline to reply to the SCN?
As per the provisions of GST, the reply to SCN should be submitted within 30 days from the date of receipt of notice.

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