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GST Cancellation





GST Cancellation is a process where a taxpayer who is not interested or due to any other other reason wants to discontinue with the GST Registration process. For cancellation of the GST, forms are filed before the authorized officer who will check and look into the matter and if satisfied, the authorized officer will give an order for GST Cancellation.

Any taxpayer who is having the GSTIN or legal heirs in case of death can file for the cancellation and this complete process will be taken up with proper enquiry by the authorized GST officer. Do you want to cancel your GSTIN for any reason, connect with Onfiling now and proceed further to resolve your queries.

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Connect with Onfiling Experts by filling up the query form as per your services requirements, our team will contact and explain you the complete process of required service in simple terms.



As per the discussion with Experts you can submit the documents through email to the concerned person with 50% professional fees and the complete government fees for the services.



Once your documents are submitted, our team will draft the required forms as per the documents shared and will send you back for the final review before submitting to authorities.



Once you give confirmation our team will file the documents and give you acknowledgement. Once application is approved by authorities you will get the required certifications without any hassle.

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If the application that was submitted is incorrect or when a business is transferred, merged, or combined but the new firm hasn't registered with the tax authority before an application is submitted.
If the GST officer involuntarily cancelled the application, the taxpayer may request to revoke the cancellation.
All registered taxpayers, except for those covered by Rule 12 (which applies to registered individuals who must withhold or collect tax at source) and taxpayers who have been issued a UIN and the registered person's legitimate heir.
Yes, other than in cases where the cancellation was made by a tax official, there are no restrictions on obtaining a GST registration after one has been cancelled.
An officer under the GST may act independently or a request submitted by the registered individual or if a registered person passes away, their legal heirs may cancel their GST registration.

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