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Re-Rubberising on roller

Service Tax - Started By: - Narendra Soni - Dated:- 2-9-2015 Last Replied Date:- 3-9-2015 - Dear Experts, We sent roller for re work, the supplier gringing the roller and re-rubberising on the roller and sent back us. He charged VAT @5% on total bill .....

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re un-related as both are levied under different statutes. You have to determine if the process undertaken by Jobworker is amounting to manufacture or not. If it amounts to manufacture then NO Service tax would be leviable otherwise service tax would .....

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on >Del.)] re-rubberisation of old, worn out rubberized rollers amount to processing of goods and re-rubberisation of rollers amount to re-conditioning of used rollers. This activity is equally classifiable under Business Auxiliary servi .....

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s service. - Reply By vijay kumar - The Reply = The activity is works contract since it is a repair work involving both sale of goods and rendition of service. Please refer to the definition of Works Contract under SEction 65B of the Finance Act, 199 .....

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n, commissioning, installation, completion, fitting out, repair, maintenance, renovation, alteration of any moveable or immovable property or for carrying out any other similar activity or a part thereof in relation to such property; There is a contr .....

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er VAT and service portion should suffer ST. As per Rule 2A of the Service Tax Valuation Rules, 2006, the service provider is liable to pay the tax by excluding the material value and if it is not possible to seggregate material value, he can pay ST .....

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