Category: Labour Law

GST On House Rent: Do All Tenants Have To Pay 18% GST?

In June, the 47th meeting of the GST Council, chaired by Union Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman, authorised a number of amendments to the taxation system. The changes become effective on July 18, 2022. The requirement that a GST-registered renter pay Goods and Services Tax at the rate of 18% when renting a residential property was

Andhra Pradesh High Court

The Andhra Pradesh High Court has ruled that the Minimum Wages Act does not apply to temples and mutts

The Andhra Pradesh High Court has ruled that the Minimum Wages Act does not apply to temples and mutts The court stated that there is a distinction between a temple and a mutt in the framework of the A.P. Charitable and Hindu Religious Institutions & Endowments Act, 1987. “A Math is an organization led by

Illegal Termination


Introduction Illegal termination is not defined under any statutory provision. But it is defined as an act of firing an employee without any reasonable cause or; notwithstanding any provision related to the employment contract. Illegal termination involves the violation of  anti-discrimination laws and a contractual breach. For example an employee cannot be fired on the

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