RE: [servicetaxandvat] LOCAL OR OMS SALE?
- Dear sirsAs it is a sale in transit, it cannot be treated as OMS sale .In this case, goods are not moved from one state to another .RegardsRoni
--- On Sun, 2/8/09, PRADIP KULKARNI <pbk403@...> wrote:
From: PRADIP KULKARNI <pbk403@...>
Subject: RE: [servicetaxandvat] LOCAL OR OMS SALE?
Date: Sunday, 2 August, 2009, 8:25 AMHello,
It can be treated as OMS sale as per Sec.6 of the CST act.
See sale in transit provisions.
Maharashtra dealer will not take delivery of goods but he will
endorse lorry/railway receipt.
To: moizjaorawala@ yahoo.com
CC: servicetaxandvat@ yahoogroups. com
From: hiralraja@rediffmai l.com
Date: Mon, 27 Jul 2009 13:14:20 +0000
Subject: Re: [servicetaxandvat] LOCAL OR OMS SALE?
No this cannot be treated as OMS sales.
Since the movement of goods is within the state, it will be VAT sale.
Further since the buying party is not registered in Maharashtra, it will be sale to unregistered party and tax invoice cannot be issued.
On Mon, 27 Jul 2009 18:22:43 +0530 wrote
>I would like to know, can a local dealer in maharashtra supply and deliver goods to a party in maharshtra, on behalf of customer, who is in Delhi?
>Can he treat this transaction as OMS sale and levy 2% CST by accepting "c" form Delhi customer?
>An early reply would be highly appreciated.
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