How to surrender Service Tax Registration Certificate.
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You would have to return original certificate with an undertaking that if there is any liability arises then you would pay it off.
Thanks for reply.
There is any format or any form to submit or return original certificat..
Simple letter on your company's letter head will suffice.
You should go online through www.aces.gov.in and surrender the RC online get a print of this and submit to the range superintendent, there should be no liability pending to you of service tax or any case pending against you,
I do agree with 'Neeraj Sir' on this matter. Further, the Service Tax Registration certificate (ST-2) should be surrendered to the respective
Central Excise / Service Tax authorities [Rule 4(7) of the STR, 1994].
Rule 4(7) of the STR,1994 :- Every registered assessee, who ceases to provide the taxable service for which he is registered, shal surrender his registration certificate immediately to the Supretendent of Central Excise. On receipt of the certificate under sub-rule (7), the Superintendent of Central Excise shall ensure that the assessee has paid all taxes, dues, to the Central Government under the provisions of the Act, and the rules and the notifications issued thereunder, and thereupon cancel the registration certificate. [Inserted vide Notification No. 5/2006-ST, dt. 01-03-2006.]
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It is not as simple, they require Returns of last 3 year alongwith an affidavit regarding Input liabilty. Also it is never canceled by the department on line.
As far as Mr Gulati's view is concerned , We can discuss and give comment only on the provisions valid as per law and not about the whims of some officer. If any particular officer asks for some papers that doesnot become a law. As far as online surrender is concerned it is done online, try this, being hostile is not solution to every thing.
I do agree with the view of 'Neeraj Sir'. We are here to share our knowledge, viewpoints and opinions by using such a good platform.