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In case of, any Interstate Sales 

there is any subsequent sale during such movement effected by a transfer of documents of title to such goods to a registered dealer

then the subsequent sale shall be exempt from tax

 

Procedure to be followed

  1. First sale shall be Interstate (by any manner-either actual interstate by movement

         of goods outside state or by transfer of documents of title)

  1. Second sale should be to registered dealer

         by transfer of documents of title only

         during movement of goods from one state to another

  1. First seller gives E1 Form
  2. Purchaser, if interstate, gives C Form

 

 

 

Why is E1 Form introduced?

It is done to avoid double CST

  • If there is no E1 Form, CST is charged at each sale
  • If there is E1 Form, CST is charged only once at the time of first sale

 

What is E2 Form

In case, there is one more interstate sale to registered dealer, the second seller gives E2 Form

 

Levy of CST in case subsequent sales is taxable:

It becomes taxable if

Required forms not furnished

Or

Subsequent sale is to unregistered dealer

 

Taxability as follows

Subsequent Seller is registered

It is taxable in state where it is registered

 

Subsequent seller is not registered

It is taxable in sale where subsequent sale is effected     

 

When is C Form not required

If subsequent sale is taxable at rate lower than 3% or is exempt

And

The dealer proves the same to prescribed authority

  1. Indirect Tax
  2. CST
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