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Goods and Services Tax (GST) is one major reshuffle in the Indirect Tax Structure being implemented on the entire nation, which eliminates multiple tax entities and consolidates all of them into a single tax entity. A lot of discussions are floating across various forums about whether or not CHS would fall under the purview of GST, the reality is it does.
The Mumbai Consumer Disputes Redressal Forum recently held the builders guilty for deficiency in services and ordered them to pay to a Housing Society at Borivali an amount of more than Rs. 11.50 Lakhs for failure to fulfil the Statutory and contractual obligations. In this matter the Consumer Court have also considered compensation of a sum of more than Rs 2 Lakhs towards Legal and other expenses for causing a deficiency of services.
Major Reforms in Co-operative Sector in Maharashtra for fulfilling the objectives of the National Policy by Adv. R. P. Rathod.
The State Cabinet on Dt. 30th January 2013 approved several reforms in the Co-operative Sector but diluted it to suit the present system. All States in India are required to implement by February 14th the 97th Constitutional amendment of 2012 mandated by the Centre in the Co-operative Sector. Adv. R. P. Rathod states that “It is expected that these new amendments would come into force latest by February 16, once an ordinance is promulgated after the cabinet passes the minutes of the meeting and it gets notified in the Official Gazette.”