Last Date for obtaining Forms C, F & H as per CST Rules for period upto 30-Jun-08

February 28, 2009
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In our earlier Office Update, we had informed you that the last date for application to obtain various declaration forms viz. ‘C’,’F’ & ‘H’ under CST Rules for the period upto 30-Jun-2008 was 15/09/2008.

In a recent Circular, the Department has extended the date upto 16/03/2009.

Dealers who desire to obtain ‘C’, ‘F’ & ‘H’ Forms from department for transactions upto 30/06/2008, can apply & collect forms from the department before 16/03/2009. No from will be issued thereafter.

For the period commencing on 01/07/2008 and onwards, as per the New Scheme for E-filing of CST Returns, as informed to you vide our Office Update dtd. 04/11/2008, the various declaration forms will be directly prepared, printed & issued by the Department quarterly, on the basis of information furnished in Appendix-II of the Monthly/Quarterly CST return filed by the Dealer.

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