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Transfer of business as a going concern – Reversal of ITC be done away with

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Jignesh Ghelani Partner | Mumbai

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A common method of business re-organization is where an entity transfers its business vertical on a ‘going concern’ basis to another entity which will continue its operations.

Against this backdrop, Jignesh Ghelani, Partner and Navaz PC, Principal Associate at Economic Laws Practice (ELP) have co-authored an article for TIOL PRIVATE LIMITED, titled ‘Transfer of business as a going concern – Reversal of ITC be done away with’. In this article, the authors discuss the GST implications on transfer of business as a going concern qua input tax credit (“ITC”). The article draws out a difference between transfer of business and transfer of individual assets. The authors further lists certain ITC related issues which may arise in the case of transfer of business as a going concern. The article concludes, emphasizing the importance of ITC related issues to be addressed and the need of making amendments to existing CGST Act or CGST Rules.

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