The Appellate Authority for Advance Ruling clarified that the applicant, Caltech Polymers Pvt. Ltd, recovered food expenses from its employees for the canteen services it provided under the provisions of the Factories Act. Although the company had made it clear that no profit margins were involved, the AAAR ruled that the supply of food would come under the definition of ‘supply’ as per the GST Act and, hence, would be taxable.
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Query: I filed civil suit for permanent injunction to restrain defendants from interfering into my peaceful possession of shop question taken on rent from defendant. I moved an application under Order 39 Rule 1 and 2 CPC wherein trial court directed parties to maintain status quo regarding possession of shop. During pendency of suit, defendant installed a lock on the shutter of my shop in violation of status quo order. Can I get police help in getting my possession restored back in view of the order of status quo.