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Standardised PPT on GST


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Registration Structure under GST – Sec 22 4
 Three Acts applicable on every Person under GST – Central GST Act, (State) GST Act or (Union
Territory) GST Act, Integrated GST Act.
 Registrations required by every person under SGST
Simultaneous registration under CGST, SGST/ UTGST and IGST Registration
Single GSTIN under CGST
 Separate registration required for each State under IGST

 Total possible registrations for one PAN

States + Business
29+2 N
UTs Verticals

 Possible separate registrations for each business vertical within a State as defined u/s 2(18)

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Registration Structure under GST – Sec 25 5
 PAN based Registration: PAN will be mandatory (except for Non-Resident / UN


State Code Business Vertical

PAN Blank Check-sum

 Place of Registration - “from where” Supplier makes a taxable supply of goods or

services or both
 Provision for Voluntary Registration
 Central / State Government specify persons exempted from obtaining registration
 Auto generation of provisional registration for existing assessee based on enrolment
 Proper officer has powers for suo moto registrations in case of unregistered persons

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Registration Process

• Form GST • Approval within 3

Reg-01 Verification working days
• Part A (PAN, e- • If satisfactory
Mail, Mobile  Initial verification clarifications received–
within 3 working approval shall be given in
Verification) next 7 days
• Part B (Other • If clarifications not
 Clarifications/inf
details) satisfactory- intimate the
o required –
• Ack. Form Form GST Reg-03
rejection in Form GST
GSTReg-02 REG-05
 Applicant furnish • Deemed registration--No
• Submit the clarifications in action taken within 3/7
relevant docs Form GST Reg-04 working days
within next 7
Application working day

Said process applicable to Inter-state, Voluntary,

Casual, Reverse Charge, ISD, Agents, E-com 17 days
Registration Certificate is Issued in Form GST Reg-06
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Process to obtain Registration – Sec 25 7
 Application to be filed online in each State within 30 days

 Application can also be filed through TRP or FC

 Scanned documents to be attached

 Status of the Application – Acceptance / Query

 Rejection only after giving opportunity of being heard

 Rejection of Application under CGST will be a deemed rejection under SGST and vice-

 Deemed Approval, if no query

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Registration Special Provisions 8

Failure to Register Casual Taxable Person

• If person newly applying for • Person who occasionally

registration fails to apply for undertakes transactions
registration within 30 days involving supply of goods
from the date on which he and / or services in the course
becomes liable to registration or furtherance of business, in
– ITC credit in respect of a taxable territory where he
goods held in stock or has no fixed place of
contained in finished or business.
semi-finished goods held in
stock will not be available.

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Registration Provisions, Non-Resident
Taxable Person – Sec 27 9

Registration Time period Advance Deposit

• Person who • Certificate of • They shall be

occasionally, Registration required to make
undertakes issued to such advance deposit
transactions persons shall be of estimated tax
involving supply valid only for a liability net tax at
of goods and period of 90 Days. the time of
services, and who [Can be extended registration and
has no fixed maximum by additional deposit
place of business further 90 days] of tax in case of
in India. extension.

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Amendment in Registration – Sec 28 10

 Any change in registration has to be informed within 15 days of change

 Proper officer may approve / reject amendment

 No rejection without giving an opportunity of being heard

 Rejection of amendment under CGST will be a deemed rejection under

SGST and vice-a-versa

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Cancellation of Registration – Sec 29
Reasons for cancellation 11
• Transfer of business or discontinuation of business
• Change in the constitution of business. (Partnership Firm may be changed to Sole
Proprietorship due to death of one of the two partners, leading to change in PAN )
• Persons no longer liable to be registered under Section 22 and 24 (Except when he
is voluntarily registered)
• Where registered taxable person has contravened provisions of the Act as may be
• A composition supplier has not furnished returns for 3 consecutive tax periods/
any other person has not furnished returns for a continuous period of 6 months
• Non-commencement of business within 6 months from date of registration by a
person who has registered voluntarily.
• Where registration has been obtained by means of fraud, willful statement or
suppression of facts, the registration may be cancelled with retrospective effect.

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Cancellation of Registration – Sec 29 12
 Cancellation can be done by Proper Officer suo motu or on application made
by the registered taxable person;
 Retrospective cancellation in case of fraud, wilful misstatement or suppression
of fact;
 Liability to pay tax before the date of cancellation will not be affected;
 Cancellation under CGST Act will be deemed cancellation under SGST Act and
 Substantial penalty in case registration obtained with fraudulent intentions;
 Notice of hearing and opportunity of being heard is a MUST before
 Application for revocation or cancellation of registration shall be made within
30 days of date of service of cancellation order (Sec 30);
 Revocation of cancellation under CGST will be a deemed revocation under
SGST and vice-a-versa;
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Cancellation of Registration – Sec 29 13
SL No Form No Title of the Form
1 GST-REG-01 Application for registration

2 GST-REG-02 Acknowledgement

3 GST-REG-03 Notice Seeking Additional information/ clarification/ documents relating to

application for registration / amendment / cancellation

4 GST-REG-04 Furnishing clarification sought in GST REG03

5 GST-REG-05 Order of rejection of Application

6 GST-REG-06 Registration Certificate issued

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Cancellation of Registration – Sec 29 14
SL No Form No Title of the Form

7 GST-REG-07 Application for Regn of Tax Deductor / Tax Collected at source

8 GST-REG-08 Order of cancellation of registration as Tax deductor or Tax collector at source

9 GST-REG-09 Application for Registration for Non Resident Taxable person

9A GST- REG-9A Application for registration for OIDRS by Non Resident Taxable person

10 GST-REG-10 Application for extension in period of causal taxable person or non resident
taxable person
11 GST-REG-11 Temporary Suo Moto Registration

12 GST-REG-12 Application to grant UID

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