Viewing and Filing Reply or Counter-Reply

1. What happens on the GST Portal once I file Reply or a Counter-reply?

Once you file Reply or a Counter-reply, following actions take place on the GST Portal:

  • ARN/Case ID Status is updated as "Reply submitted".

  • Dashboard of Taxpayer, concerned tax Official and Enforcement Officer is updated with the record of the filed Reply.

  • Taxpayer can view the filed Reply from the following navigation: Services > User Services > View Additional Notices/Orders > View > Case Details.> REPLIES

2. What happens on the GST Portal once the concerned Tax Official files Reply or a Counter-reply?

Once the concerned Tax Official files Reply or a Counter-reply, following actions take place on the GST Portal:

  • ARN/Case ID Status is updated as "Reply submitted".

  • Dashboard of Taxpayer, concerned tax Official and Enforcement Officer is updated with the record of the filed Reply. Taxpayer can view the filed Reply from the following navigation: Services > User Services > View Additional Notices/Orders > View > Case Details.> REPLIES

  • An intimation of the submitted Reply is sent to the Taxpayer on his/her registered email ID and mobile number.

3. Against a particular communication, is there any limit on number of replies or counter-replies, I can file?

No, there is no limit on number of Replies or Counter-replies which you can file against a single communication.

4. In case third party sends a reply to an issued Notice offline, will I be able to see it?

In case, third party sends a reply to an issued Notice offline and the Tax Officer uploads it on GST Portal in the REPLIES tab, you can view it from there. No separate intimation is sent to anyone about the filed reply in such a case.