Section 161 of GST – Rectification of errors apparent on the face of record

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Section 161 of GST – Rectification of errors apparent on the face of record. GST Section 161 Details as per Revised GST Act 2017, Complete Details for GST Section 161 – Rectification of errors apparent on the face of record. Hi Friends In this article we are providing Complete details for Section 161 of GST, We Provide GST Section 161 Details as Per Latest and Revised GST Act 2017 Section 161 of Goods And Service Tax (GST) Act 2017. Check Section Wise Analysis of all Sections of GST and you may also find details ad per Chapter Wise Analysis of all Sections of GST. Recently GST Act is Revised In the month of May 2017 and Here we Provide complete analysis of GST Sections, In  this Article you may find complete analysis of “Section 161 of GST – Rectification of errors apparent on the face of record “. Now scroll down below n check more details for

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Section 161 of GST

Section 161 of GST – Rectification of errors apparent on the face of record

Without prejudice to the provisions of section 160, and notwithstanding anything contained in any other provisions of this Act, any authority, who has passed or issued any decision or order or notice or certificate or any other document, may rectify any error which is apparent on the face of record in such decision or order or notice or certificate or any other document, either on its own motion or where such error is brought to its notice by any officer appointed under this Act or an officer appointed under the State Goods and Services Tax Act or an officer appointed under the Union Territory Goods and Services Tax Act or by the affected person within a period of three months from the date of issue of such decision or order or notice or certificate or any other document, as the case may be:

Provided that no such rectification shall be done after a period of six months from the date of issue of such decision or order or notice or certificate or any other document:

Provided further that the said period of six months shall not apply in such cases where the rectification is purely in the nature of correction of a clerical or arithmetical error, arising from any accidental slip or omission:

Provided also that where such rectification adversely affects any person, the principles of natural justice shall be followed by the authority carrying out such rectification.

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