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E-WAY BILL IN CASE JOB WORK, Goods and Services Tax - GST

Issue Id: - 117513
Dated: 25-9-2021

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Dear Sir/Madam

Following is the Scenarios

1.Goods sent by P (registered in Andhra Pradesh) to J (registered in Telangana) for job work

2.Good received after job work by P from J

W.r.t above scenario1,as per Rule 138 of The CGST rules,2017, either of the parties can generate E-way bill.

In E-way bill login, we have following options

1.Outward - Job work

2.Inward - Job work returns

In scenario1 : As per Rule 138,J want to generate generate E-way bill. So which option he has to select.

Note: according to me he can't select inward job work returns as it gives misleading information of the actual transaction that takes place.So residual option i.e others is only available to J.

In scenario 2 : a) If J want to generate E-way. can he select Outward supply Job works or he can also select Others option.

In summary , in whose point of view the above options are given in E-way bill login.

As per my understanding Job work options in E-way bill login are given from the point of view of Principal and not the job worker.

Kindly advise

Thank you

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1 Dated: 25-9-2021
By:- Ganeshan Kalyani

Sir, your understanding is correct. The options are given from the view point of principal.

2 Dated: 26-9-2021

I agree with Sh.Ganeshan Kalyani Ji. The principal (owner) is responsible for all activities in job-work.

3 Dated: 26-9-2021
By:- Karan Bansal

Yes, the options are given from the viewpoint of the principal.


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