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State-Wise List of GSTAT Benches Announced by Finance Ministry for the GST Appellate Tribunal

<p>The GST Appellate Tribunal (GSTAT), which will be established in all states and Union Territories, has 31 benches, according to a notification from the finance ministry. Faster dispute settlement would benefit companies if state-level GSTAT benches were established.</p>
<p>Currently, taxpayers who are dissatisfied with a tax authority’s decision must file a lawsuit in the appropriate High Court. Due to the High Courts’ current caseload backlog and lack of a specialized bench to handle GST issues, the settlement procedure takes a very lengthy time.<img decoding=”async” class=”alignnone wp-image-183133″ src=”” alt=” after an outburst on social media jadon sancho of manchester united has yet to apo” width=”1105″ height=”619″ srcset=” 300w,×84.jpg 150w” sizes=”(max-width: 1105px) 100vw, 1105px” title=”State-Wise List of GSTAT Benches Announced by Finance Ministry for the GST Appellate Tribunal 9″></p>
<p>GST tribunals are crucial for settling tax disputes, according to AMRG & Associates Senior Partner Rajat Mohan, since they provide a fair, knowledgeable, and effective platform for doing so. They are essential in ensuring that tax administration adheres to the principles of justice, transparency, and accountability.</p>
<p>The government announced 31 tribunals that would be established in all of the country’s main cities as part of the first phase. “Now, the next phase of identifying suitable locations for tribunals, appointing qualified members, and providing necessary infrastructure and resources would begin,” added Mohan.</p>
<p>The GSTAT benches are listed below in accordance with the notification:</p>
<p>* Two GSTAT benches would be located in Gujarat and the UTs of Dadra and Nagar Haveli and Daman and Diu.</p>
<p>* A total of three benches would be shared between Goa and Maharashtra.</p>
<p>* Rajasthan and Karnataka will each have two benches.</p>
<p>* There will be three benches in Uttar Pradesh.</p>
<p>* There will be two GSTAT benches each for West Bengal, Sikkim, the Andaman and Nicobar Islands, Tamil Nadu, and Puducherry.</p>
<p>* There will be one bench for Lakshadweep and Kerala.</p>
<p>* There will be one bench for each of the seven North Eastern states: Arunachal Pradesh, Assam, Manipur, Meghalaya, Mizoram, Nagaland, and Tripura.</p>
<p>* The GSTAT will feature a single bench for all other states.</p>

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