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Maharashtra VAT Composition Scheme for dealers undertaking construction activity

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The Government of Maharashtra has introduced a Scheme of Composition (Scheme) of VAT for registered dealers undertaking construction of flats, dwellings, buildings or premises and transferring them in pursuance of an agreement along with land or interest underlying the land. The rate of Composition under the Scheme shall be 1% of

  • the aggregate amount specified in the agreement or
  • the value specified for the purpose of stamp duty in respect of the said agreement, whichever is higher

The scheme is subject to the following conditions:

  • The Scheme shall be applicable to the agreements registered on or after 1 April, 2010.
  • The composition amount shall be required to be paid electronically in the return period during which the agreement is registered and the agreement value is to be included in the turnover of sales in the return.
  • Dealers preferring the Scheme shall not be eligible to claim set-off of taxes paid in respect of the purchases.
  • In respect of the agreements for which a dealer has preferred the Scheme, the dealer cannot transfer the property in goods procured from outside Maharashtra using the declarations in Form C.
  • Dealers preferring the Scheme in respect of an agreement shall not be entitled to issue declaration in Form 409 (dealing with deduction of turnover from the sub-contractor?s turnover) to sub-contractor in respect of such agreement where composition is opted.
  • Dealers cannot change the method of computation of tax liability in respect of agreements for which they have opted for composition.
  • Dealers shall not be entitled to issue tax invoice under the Scheme.

Source

FINANCE DEPARTMENT

Mantralaya, Mumbai 400 032, dated the 9th July 2010

NOTIFICATION

THE MAHARASHTRA VALUE ADDED TAX ACT, 2002.

No. VAT. 1510/CR-65/Taxation -l.”In exercise of the powers conferred by sub-section (3A) of section 42 of the Maharashtra Value Added Tax Act, 2002 (Mah. IX of 2005), the Government of Maharashtra hereby, provide a scheme of composition for the registered dealers specified in column (1) of the following Schedule, who under takes the construction of fiats, dwellings or buildings or premises and transfer them in pursuance of an agreement along-with land or interest underlying the land and prescribes the rate of tax specified in column (2) of the said Schedule by way composition, in lieu the amount of tax payable on the transfer of goods whether as goods or in some other form, in the execution of such works contract by such registered dealer under the Act, subject to the conditions and restrictions specified in column (3) of the said Schedule.

Schedule

Class of dealer Composition amount Conditions
(1) (2) (3)
A registered dealer who under takes the construction of flats, dwellings or buildings or premises and transfer them in pursuance of an agreement along with land or interest underlying the land One percent of the aggregate amount specified in the agreement or value specified for the purpose of Stamp Duty in respect of said agreement under Bombay Stamp Act, 1958, whichever is higher (3) (1)   All the agreements, which are registered on or after 1st April 2010 shall be covered under this composition scheme.(2)   The claimant dealer shall make e-payment of the amount of composition for the return period in which the agreement is registered and include such agreement value as turnover of sales in the said return.

(3)   The claimant dealer opting to pay composition under this scheme shall not be eligible to claim set-off of taxes paid in respect of the purchases.

(4)   The claimant dealer shall not transfer the property in goods, procured from out side the State, using the declarations in Form C under Central Sales Tax Act, 1956 in the contract for which the composition for tax payment is opted.

(5)   The claimant dealer shall not issue declaration in Form 409 to his sub-contractor in respect of the works contract for which composition is opted,

(6)   The claimant dealer shall not be entitled to change the method of computation of tax liability in respect of contract for which he has opted for this composition scheme,

(7)   The claimant dealer shall not issue Tax Invoice.

By order and in the name of the Governor of Maharashtra,

CHITRA KULKARNI,

Officer on Special Duty to Government,


4 Responses to “Maharashtra VAT Composition Scheme for dealers undertaking construction activity”

  1. Vishwas Gupta says:

    Sir please go through it again and confirm me the sentence of CST purchase in the above notification

  2. Vishwas Gupta says:

    sir,
    can you provide me with the notification copy of composition scheme 1% VAT.
    I want to check and show to my seniors whether we can purchase under CST at 2% or not.

  3. N RAMBABU says:

    DEAR SIR,

    PLEASE ADVICE WHAT IS THE RATE OF VAT & SERVICE TAX AGAINST CIVIL WORK DONE IN REGULAR SCHEME IN MAHARASHTRA STATE, CEMENT AND STEEL FREE OF COST FROM CLIENT.

    THANKS & REGARDS,

  4. GANESH DHUMAL says:

    DEAR SIR,

    DEAR SIR,

    PLEASE ADVICE WHAT IS THE RATE OF VAT & SERVICE TAX AGAINST CIVIL WORK DONE IN COMPOSITION SCHEME IN MAHARASHTRA STATE

    THANKS & REGARDS,

    GANESH DHUMAL

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