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GST payable on rental immovable property, Goods and Services Tax - GST

Issue Id: - 113680
Dated: 29-4-2018
By:- Jasbir Uppal
GST payable on rental immovable property

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Dear professionals,

If i have rented property in Delhi for commercial purposes but my GST registration is in Uttar Pradesh.

Now my query is the land owner will charge CGST , SGST or IGST ?


J S Uppal

Tax Consultant

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1 Dated: 29-4-2018
By:- Rajagopalan Ranganathan


In respect of renting of immovable peroperty, the service is deemed to be provided at the place where the immovable property is located/situated. Hence the land owner will charge CGST + SGST.

2 Dated: 29-4-2018

Place of supply in Delhi. Place of consumption is in Delhi. Hence CGST and SGST applicable.

3 Dated: 29-4-2018

I endorse the views of both the experts.

4 Dated: 30-4-2018

Services pertaining to immovable properties would be deemed to have provided/consumed at its' location. Hence CGST & SGST would be levied. You may have to take registration.

5 Dated: 2-5-2018
By:- subramanian vijayakumar

Yes I ageag with the experts views

6 Dated: 2-5-2018
By:- Brijesh Verma

I would respectfully differ with the views of the experts here. In any given situation the determination of "Nature of Supply" shall necessarily be done by following the principles laid down in Chapter IV of the IGST Act. Accordingly, Nature of supply (i.e. whether it is an intra-state or an inter-state supply) will depend on both the factors viz. Place of supply and location of supplier

Merely having an immovable property (an asset) in a state doesn't make you liable to obtain registration in that state especially when you are doing every bit of legal compliance from your own resident state. In my humble (but strong) opinion, IGST can be levied in such a case. Also, this goes in line with the departmental view expressed at various fora.

Kindly discuss.

7 Dated: 2-5-2018
By:- Himansu Sekhar

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8 Dated: 5-5-2018


Dear Sir, I want your esteemed comments on the issue, especially, keeping in view definition of 'Fixed Establishment in IGST ACT and latest replies posted by experts so that concept should be clear to all.

Will you please throw light with examples ?

Thanks a lot.


9 Dated: 5-5-2018
By:- YAGAY and SUN

Still, In our view, this fixed establishment will create certain level of confusion as it is mentioned in FAQs which are needed to be supported by laws. As the law evolves things would get crystal clear. Time will tell.

10 Dated: 6-5-2018

It is safer to pay CGST and SGST. When it comes to writing, the department will not hesitate to SCN. IGST corresponds to erstwhile CST (almost).

11 Dated: 7-5-2018
By:- Jasbir Uppal

Dear Professionals,

Thank you for the solution provided in the query.


J S Uppal

Tax Consultant


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