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Unimodal and Multimodal Transportation of Goods

Unimodal and Multimodal Transportation of Goods

While planning a shipment of goods, there are multiple approaches and modes of transportation to choose from. The ideal route can be determined through overall costs, transportation time, efforts of logistics, and effects on the environment. Furthermore, for the same road, a single mode of transport or a combination of modes of transport may be …

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The Rise of Goods and Services Tax(GST) Regime in India

India is known for its complex tax system. It’s almost impossible for new businesses and start-ups to understand the direct and indirect tax systems. This problem gets even more aggravated when constant changes are made to taxes with each financial year. But things change with the new Goods and Services Tax commonly known as GST. …

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Rights of Unpaid Seller

As per contract of sale, a seller is bound to convey the goods sold and in return, the buyer is bound to pay the necessary price for that particular goods. This is called reciprocal promise [1]. There are some certain circumstances when a buyer fails to pay the necessary amount to the seller and the …

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The Constitutional Framework of GST laws in India

The Constitutional Framework of GST laws in India

In India, the taxation reforms can be traced back to the early 1990s right from liberalization and globalization to the recent enactment of Goods and Services Tax (GST), which was incorporated by way of the 101st Amendment to the Constitution. GST can be considered the most comprehensive single tax reform in India since independence. It …

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