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GST on Joint Venture, Goods and Services Tax - GST

Issue Id: - 117558
Dated: 9-10-2021
By:- kollengode venkitaraman
GST on Joint Venture

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ABC LLP which is holding 300 Cents of land is entering into a Joint Venture with XYZ LLP which is a developer for letting out commercial property. XYZ LLP shall build a commercial complex in the land belonging to ABC LLP and the registered JV will let out the building for rent charging 18% GST from tenant. The rent received by the registered LLP shall be shared between ABC LLP and XYZ LLP in 1:2 ratio. NB: Land will remain asset of ABC LLP and building will remain asset of XYZ LLP in books of accounts.

Whether 1/3 and 2/3 rent shared between ABC LLP and XYZ LLP liable to GST? If so, would reg JV entitled to claim ITC?

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1 Dated: 9-10-2021

In my view, it is actionable claim and covered under Schedule-III of CGST Act. Just for further information: Claims for future rents and arrears of rent both are examples of actionable claims. Hence not liable to GST.

2 Dated: 9-10-2021
By:- Shilpi Jain

In this regard you will have to examine whether the amendment to the provisions of GST act for getting away from the mutuality concept in the case of societies, also affects the transactions between the JV partners or the JV and the partners.

in case the answer to this is yes then this will be liable. Also the contracts in this case will play a big role to ascertain the The taxability of this transaction

3 Dated: 9-10-2021

In order to arrive at correct and concrete decision, the querist can take a cue from the following decision of AAR, Tamilnadu


There is not even an iota of doubt that terms and conditions of the agreement in this scenario plays a vital role.


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