(i) Do we have to pay tax under Reverse Charge Mechanism u/s 9(3) or 9(4) for lease renewal amount payable to SMC ? (ii) Do we have to pay tax under Reverse Charge Mechanism u/s 9(3) or 9(4) for premium on lease renewal amount payable to SMC ? (iii) Will collection made from shareholders/shop owners for making payment of lease and lease premium amounts be considered as supply and GST under forward charge is applicable on the same? (iv) What will be the effect of circular no. 101/20/2019-GST dated 30.4.2019 on the transaction? Will it exempt the applicant from payment of tax under Reverse Charge Mechanism? (v) If answer to question no. (iii) is in affirmative, then will applicant’s shareholder/shop owners who are reimbursing the lease and lease premium amount get ITC of the GST charged by the applicant?
1. When sub-lessor charges electricity in additional to rent as per sub-lease agreement for immovable property rented to the tenant based on reading sub-meter is sub-lessor liable to charge and pay GST on electricity charged by it? 2. Can electricity charges paid by sub lessor to the supplier of electricity for electricity connection in the name of the landlord and recovered based on sub meters from different tenant be considered as amount recovered based on sub meters from different tenant be considered as amount recovered as pure agent of the tenant when the legal liability to pay electricity bill to supplier of electricity is that of landlord? 3. Can the advance ruling be effective from beginning of the rent agreement date?
1. Whether the service in question falls within the entry Sr. No. 26 of notification No. 11/2017-CE (Rate) dated 28.6.2017, as amended vide notification No. 20/2017-CT (Rate) dated 30.9.2019 & SAC 9988 (id) & attract GST @ 12% [CGST 6% + SGST 6%] or otherwise.
1. Whether the amount deposited by the applicant (75%) in escrow account against bank guarantee pending outcome of the further challenge against Arbitral Award or dissatisfaction against DAB decision, is liable to GST under the provisions of CGST Act, 2017? 2. If the answer to first question is in affirmative, then, what shall be the ‘time of supply’ when tax on such DAB/arbitral award is payable to Government exchequer, i.e., whether tax is payable (a) when part amount (75%) is deposited into escrow account pending litigiation, or (b) when complete award amount (100%) is paid to the contractor pursuant to finality of the decision. 3. If answer to Question No. 1 is affirmative, whether the applicant is eligible to claim Input Tax Credit (ITC) thereupon?
1. Whether the applicant's obligation to issue gold coins and white goods to the dealers / customers upon they achieving the stipulated lifting of the material / purchase target during the scheme period would be regarded as "goods disposed of by way of gift" and Input Tax Credit ("ITC") on the same would be restricted as provided under the Section 17(5)(h) of the CGST Act, 2017? 2. Whether the applicant's obligation to issue gold coins and white goods to the dealers/ customers upon they achieving the stipulated lifting of the material / purchase target during the scheme period would be regarded as a "permanent transfer or disposal of business assets where ITC has been availed on such assets" and would be treated as a supply even if made without consideration and be subjected to GST under Sl. No. 1 of the Schedule-I to the CGST Act, 2017? 3. Whether the applicant's obligation to issue gold coins and white goods to the dealers/ customers upon they achieving the stipulated lifting of the material / purchase target during the scheme period would be regarded as a supply under Section 7 of the CGST Act, 2017?
1. What is the time of supply of the work executed from September 2010 to June 2017? 2. How to issue tax invoice in this scenario.
1. In the present case the common area electricity charges are collected from the members on actual basis. The rate of contribution from each of the members in decided on the basis of the actual flat area of each of the members. There is no additional loading of any nature on the actual charges, Since Electricity is an exempted supply, are common area electricity charges exempt from GST? 2. NCCUOMACS, at times collects advance maintenance charges from its members. The advance is collected only with the intention of minimizing the manual effort of collecting contributions every month. Is the GST amount collected in advance to be deposited with the government at the time of collection or is the amount to be deposited in the respective months? 3. Few of the existing towers have a system of Hi tension Residential electricity supply wherein there is only a single meter from the electricity department for the whole tower. The individual consumption of each of the flats is measured by means of a sub-meter Amounts are collected from each of the members, and the total consumption cost is deposited with the Electricity department. The electricity charges collected from members is totally paid to the electricity department NCCUUMACS acts as a facilitator only, and there is no margin to NCCUOMACS: Since Electricity is an exempted supply, are these. electricity charges being collected and totally paid to the electricity department exempt from GST? 4. The threshold limit for collection of GST in case of collections from member of Resident Welfare Association is Rs7500/-. As per the terms of Notification 12/17- CT dated 28.06.2017, exemption was granted for a contribution made up to INR 5,000 per month per member. A limit of INR 5,000 was amended up to INR 7,500 vide Notification No.2/18 dated 25.01.2018, the association would be liable to collect GST in cases where in the contribution from members exceeds Rs 7500/- per month. Should the RWA collect GST on the total contribution in cases where the monthly contribution exceeds Rs7500/- or should GST be charged only on the contribution in excess of RS 7500/- per month, in line with the recent judicial pronouncements?
1. Whether CGEWHO is covered under the definition of the term “Government Entity” as per Notification No.11/2017 & 31/2017? 2. IF CGEWHO falls under the definition of Government Entity, then kindly also clarify whether the tax rate of 12% (CGST@6% + SGST@6%) is applicable to the contract entered into by the applicant with CGEWHO, in pursuance of Notification No.11/2017 – Central tax rate F.No.354/117/2017 – TRU dated 28th June, 2017 and amended Notification No.24/2017 – Central Tax (Rate) dated 21st September’ 2017 read with Notification No.31/2017 – Central Tax (Rate)) dated 13th October 2017?
(i) Whether printing of Pre-Examination items like question papers, OMR sheets (optical Mark Reading), answer booklets for conducting of an examination by the educational boards be treated as exempted supply of service in terms of serial number 66 of Notification No. 12/2017-CGST(Rate), dated 28-06-2017 as amended (ii) Whether printing of Post-Examination items like marks card, grade card, certificates to educational boards (up to higher secondary) after scanning of OMR Sheets and processing of data in relation to conduct of an examination be treated as exempted supply of service as per serial Number 66 of Notification No.12/2017-CGST(Rate), dated 28-06-2017 as amended? (iii) Whether scanning and processing of results of examinations be treated as exempted supply of service by virtue of in terms of serial Number 66 of Notification No.12/2017- CGST (Rate), dated 28-06-2017 as amended?
i.Whether the subsidy received from the Central / State Government to be excluded from the value for the purpose of arriving at the GST liability?.