CHAPTER-II. Incidence and Levy of Tax, 5. Power of Administrator to prescribe points at which goods may be taxed

Delhi Sales Tax, 1975

CHAPTER-II. Incidence and Levy of Tax, 5. Power of Administrator to prescribe points at which goods may be taxed

Notwithstanding anything contained in the Act, the 1[Lieutenant Governor] may, be notification in the Official Gazette and subject to such conditions, if any, as may be specified therein, specify the point of sale at which any goods or class of goods may be taxed, and on the issue of such notification, the points of sale in relation to any such goods or class of goods other than the point of sale so notified, shall be exempt from payment of tax under this Act:

2[PROVIDED that no such exemption shall be allowed unless a true declaration duly filled and signed by the registered dealer by whom the goods are sold and containing the prescribed particulars in the prescribed form obtainable form the prescribed authority in the manner and subject to such conditions as maybe prescribed is furnished in the prescribed manner and within the prescribed time, by dealer who purchases the goods.]

PROVIDED FURTHER that the Administrator may, if he is of opinion that it is necessary in public interest so to do, by notification in the Official Gazette, exempt, subject to such restrictions and conditions as may be specified therein, any dealer or class of dealers from furnishing a declaration under the first provison

1. Subs. for “Administrator” by Delhi Act 1 of 1998, w.e.f. 2.3.1998.

2. Subs. by Delhi Sales Tax (Second Amendment) Act, 2000, dt. 19.2.2001 w.e.f. 19.2.2001 for “PROVIDED that no such exemption shall be allowed unless a true declaration duly filled and signed by the registered dealer by whom the goods are sold and containing the prescribed particulars in the prescribed form the prescribed authority is furnished in the prescribed manner and within the prescribed time, by who purchases the goods.”

Previous | Next

Delhi Sales Tax, 1975

Indian Laws – Bare Acts

MyNation

Leave a Comment

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *