C forms cannot be declared invalid if the purchaser ceased to exist while issuing and seller is unaware of it- Karnataka HC

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Karnataka High Court has held in an important case namely Bell Ceramics Ltd. Vs DCCT that if the purchaser of goods issuing C forms has ceased to exist at the time of issuing C forms and such fact is not known to the seller of such goods claiming concessional rate of CST on the basis of such C forms then no disallowance of such concessional rate can be made to the seller on this ground.
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