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Shifting stock under Excise within the same firm

Central Excise - Started By: - Kratant Khandelwal - Dated:- 2-9-2016 Last Replied Date:- 4-9-2016 - Dear All,I would like some light on the following:We are a trading concern registered under excise. We are shifting warehouses. The branch firm holds the same TIN, but ECC no is different. Will we become the second stage dealer after issuing the invoice from one branch to the other or will we remain the first stage dealer? Please explain the logic behind it as well.Much Appreciated.Kratant Khandel .....

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which category your second warehouse falls. I have given you logic. - Reply By Ganeshan Kalyani - The Reply = Sir, please elaborate on shifting warehouse . Whether you are shifting warehouse or just invoicing from one warehouse to another with in state. - Reply By Kratant Khandelwal - The Reply = Thank you for the swift response. As mentioned by me the ECC no of both the warehouses are different. the TIN is the same. We are shifting our stock from godown no 1 to godown no 2. Both warehouses are .....

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remises is different from the existing one but the PAN and the TIN are the same and the Excise Invoice to be issued is not a 'Sale' but a document raised for the purpose of stock transfer. The value of the material will appear under the head of 'Stock Transfer' and not Sale in the old unit and it will again appear as a stock transfer in the new concern and not purchase. Neither is the first unit the 'SELLER' nor is the second unit the 'BUYER'. Can we choose to be .....

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ve any issues in acting either as the first stage or the second stage Dealer except that we want it should be done the legal way. Sorry for bothering you again, despite your earlier reply. RegardsRamesh Khandelwal - Reply By KASTURI SETHI - The Reply = Sir, You should have posted your query in detail in the first instance. No issue of passing on Cenvat is involved. No sale is involved.Only STOCK TRANSFER is involved. You want go-downs no. 1, 2 . 3 etc. to be registered with Central Excise for st .....

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