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Karnataka VAT Input credit refund - Value Added Tax - VAT-CST

#1 Issue Id: - 3132
Dated: 2-7-2011
By:- Desikan Srinivasan
Karnataka VAT Input credit refund

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We have registered under Karnataka VAT Act . We have major sales of exports because of this we are unable to utlised VAT input credit.So we want to apply for refund.Is this allowed if Yes please provide procedure and document to be produced.

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#2 Dated: 2-7-2011
By:- pradeep khatri

Please check section 20 read with section 10 of the Karnataka VAT Act.


#3 Dated: 4-7-2011
By:- Ramaiah Swamy

good evening mr. Desikan srinivasan,

 

1.  You may go through the provisions of section of 21 of K VAT

2.  you have to declare the refundable amount in your VAT 100

3.  Make a covering letter explaining  the situation leading to excess credit,  your inability to utilize the credit and enclose copies of the relevant VAT 100

4.  Follow up with your LVO

5.  You may also look at rule 128 K VAT Rules for further details

All the best!!!!!

 

Rangaswamy

 + 91 9845665300

 


#4 Dated: 5-7-2011
By:- JAGANATHAN KUMARAVEL

Please ensure that the input credit details (purchases) are updated in the Department website as the department is considering it as a prerequisite to process the refund application.


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