Inappropriate for courts to use 'inclined to concur' when referring to Supreme Court judgments since they are binding: Meghalaya High Court

The High Court observations were part of a judgment in which it had held that rusk and bread cannot be equated for Value Added Tax exemptions.
Meghalaya high court
Meghalaya high

The Meghalaya High Court on Monday stated that it would not be appropriate for courts and tribunals to say that they are 'inclined to concur' with Supreme Court judgments since the judgments by the top court are binding on all courts within the territory of India.

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