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Job Work procedure, Goods and Services Tax - GST

Issue Id: - 116686
Dated: 1-9-2020
By:- Murari Agrawal
Job Work procedure

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We are a job worker. Due to capacity constraint, we intend to get some job work done from another job worker who is situated at the same address in a separate premises.

Inputs received from Principal will be unloaded from the carrier directly to that job worker & after completion of job, final product will be loaded on carrier for delivery directly from that premises to the Principal. We shall not bring the inputs or the final product to our premises and we shall not be doing any process on the inputs.

My queries:

1) Is it allowed under the GST rules

2) If yes, can we issue a delivery challan to the job worker on the date of receipt of inputs giving the same vehicle no. or some other process is to be followed

3) Can we issue a delivery challan to the Principal for removal from the job worker’s premises

4) Any other requirement to follow

Note: Since both of us are situated in the same location, we don’t need to hire a separate carrier for movement of goods. Thanks

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1 Dated: 1-9-2020

Please refer Circular No.38/12/2018 dtd. 26th March, 2018 and Circular No. 126/45/2019-GST dtd. 22nd November, 2019 in this regard.

2 Dated: 2-9-2020

Query-wise reply is as under :-

1. Yes.See Rule 45 of CGST Rules, 2017 as amended.



4. Procedure mentioned in Board's Circulars (posted by M/s.Yagay and Sun, Sir) and also read C.B.I. & C. Circular No. 88/07/2019-GST, dated 1-2-2019

3 Dated: 8-9-2020
By:- Ganeshan Kalyani

Yes, it is allowed under GST law. I agree with both the experts.


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