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Inter unit transfer of capital goods - Central Excise

#1 Issue Id: - 3974
Dated: 29-3-2012
By:- shaji thomas
Inter unit transfer of capital goods

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What will be the transaction value and duty involvement  when we transfer capital goods from one unit to another(sister concern)  after using the same for more than ten years.

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#2 Dated: 29-3-2012
By:- Pradeep Khatri

You would need to pay Central Excise Duty on the Transaction value of the capital goods.


#3 Dated: 29-3-2012
By:- Pradeep Khatri

Further, if such capital goods are not removed as waste and scrap and it is capable to manufacture finished goods, then no need to pay the Central Excise duty.


#4 Dated: 30-3-2012
By:- Dilip Darji

Dear sir.

Please refer Sub-rule 5 of Rule 3 of CENVAT Credit Rules, 2004.

(5) When inputs or capital goods, on which CENVAT credit has been taken, are removed as such from the factory, or premises of the provider of output service, the manufacturer of the final products or provider of output service, as the case may be, shall pay an amount equal to the credit availed in respect of such inputs or capital goods and such removal shall be made under the cover of an invoice referred to in rule 9:

Provided that such payment shall not be required to be made where any inputs or capital goods are removed outside the premises of the provider of output service for providing the output service :

Provided further that if the capital goods, on which CENVAT Credit has been taken, are removed after being used, the manufacturer or provider of output services shall pay an amount equal to the CENVAT Credit taken on the said capital goods reduced by the percentage points calculated by straight line method as specified below for each quarter of a year or part thereof from the date of taking the CENVAT Credit, namely:-


(a) for computers and computer peripherals:

for each quarter in the first year @ 10%

for each quarter in the second year @ 8%

for each quarter in the third year @5%

for each quarter in the fourth and fifth year @1%

(b) for capital goods, other than computers and computer peripherals @ 2.5% for each quarter.

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This indicates that if the Capital Goods are more than 10 years old, you need to pay anything. Onus lies on you to prove that Capital Goods were purchased before 10 years. This applicable even for removal to sister concern also.

Regards.

DILIP DARJI.


#5 Dated: 3-4-2012
By:- Naveed S

Yes, i also agree.... However, it would be advvisable to get a Valuation certifiate from a Chartered engineer and acordingly therafter sell the machinery..


#6 Dated: 6-4-2012
By:- ram ratan

 

There is no need to pay the Central Excise duty after using the same for more than ten years


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