Compounding of offences means


Compounding of offences under GST

Compounding of offences:

The details about compounding of offences are explained here

(1)         Any offence under this Act may, either before or after the institution of prosecution, be compounded by the Commissioner on payment, by the person accused of the offence, to the Central Government or the State Government, as the case be, of such compounding amount in such manner as may be prescribed:

Provided that nothing contained in this section shall apply  to—

  1. a person who has been allowed to compound once in respect of any of  the offences specified in clauses (a) to (f) of sub-section (1) of section 132 and the offences specified in clause (l) which are relatable to offences  specified  in  clauses (a) to (f) of the said  sub-section;
  2. a person who has been allowed to compound once in respect of  any offence, other than those in clause (a), under this Act or under the provisions of any State Goods and Services Tax Act or the Union Territory Goods and Services Tax Act   or the Integrated Goods and Services Tax Act in respect of supplies of value exceeding one crore rupees;
  3. a person who has been accused of committing an offence under this Act which is also an offence under any other law for the time being in  force;
  4. a person who has been convicted for an offence under this Act by a  court;
  5. a person who has been accused of committing an offence specified in  clause
  6. or clause (j) or clause (k) of sub-section (1) of section 132;  and
  7. any other class of persons or offences as may be  prescribed:

Provided further that any compounding allowed under the provisions of this section shall not affect the proceedings, if any, instituted under any other law:

Provided also that compounding shall be allowed only after making payment of 5 tax, interest and penalty involved in such offences.

The amount for compounding of offences under this section shall be such as may be prescribed, subject to the minimum amount not being less than ten thousand rupees or fifty per cent of the tax involved, whichever is  higher, and the maximum amount not being less than thirty thousand rupees or one hundred and fifty per cent. of the tax, whichever is higher.

On payment of such compounding amount as may be determined by the Commissioner, no further proceedings shall be initiated under this Act against the accused person in respect of the same offence and any criminal proceedings, if already initiated in respect of the said offence, shall stand abated.

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