Submission of obtained Form C, E1, E2 , F & H as per Rule 12(7) of CST Rules for the Year 2006-07

February 28, 2009
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In a recent Public Circular vide No.Gujka: VAT-6/ 08-09/Ja-68/61 dt.19/02/2009 the Commercial Tax Department has called for details of Declaration forms pertaining to F.Y. 2006-07 from all dealers to whom the notice for assessment is not issued.

The summary of the circular is as follows:

  1. The dealer to whom notice for audit assessment has not been issued for year 2006-07, such dealer shall submit :
  • List of obtained Forms ‘C’ for inter-state sales transactions of 2006/07
  • List of Form ‘C’ & E1 or E2 for R/R Sales Transactions of 2006/07
  • List of Form ‘H’ for deemed Export Transactions, pertaining to 2006/07, and
  • Form ‘F’ received for Branch Transfer or for Consignment Transaction made during 2006/07,

to the concern office of VAT Department in enclosed Format on or before 16/03/2009. Such list must be signed by authorized person of the firm or company.

The dealer will be required to submit the Forms as per list within 7 days, as and when called for by the authority.

On failure, the authority will pass the assessment order and initiate recovery proceedings on the presumption that the dealer does not possess the forms and tax, interest & penalty will be levied accordingly.

  1. If the dealer has not received the relevant forms then such dealer shall furnish a list of Forms not received in the enclosed format and deposit remaining unpaid CST plus interest from the month tax was payable and produce the copy of chalan to the authority on or before 16/03/2009.
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