HVAT : Registration fees increased to Rs 500

By | June 11, 2016
(Last Updated On: June 11, 2016)

Amendments in Rule 11, 13 & 14 of Haryana Value Added Tax 2003

Effective Date: 25th May, 2016

Following amendments have been made vide Notification No. 15/ST-1/H.A. 6/2003/S.60/2016 dated 25th May, 2016 in Haryana Value Added Tax Rules, 2003:

Rule 11 (Procedure for Registration)

  • A proof of deposit of Rs. 500 to the appropriate Government treasury on account of registration fee shall be submitted along with Form VAT-A1 (application for registration). (before this notification  treasury receipt showing deposit of Rs. 100 was to be duly affixed on the application of registration )

  • A notice will be issued to applicant within 5 days from the receipt of registration application if any deficiency is noticed by the assessing authority. In case the applicant fails to rectify the deficiency, then the application may be rejected. (Before this notification , if the application was not correct and complete or the applicant was not a bonafide dealer or has not complied with any direction given, then the assessing authority may reject the application after giving the dealer an opportunity of being heard )

  • If the assessing authority is satisfied that the applicant is a bonafide dealer and has deposited the registration fee in full, and has furnished the security (if demanded) and the application is in order then registration certificate in Form VAT-G1 shall be issued within 15 days from the date of receipt of application. (Before this notification  the time limit of 15 days was not provided ).

Rule 13 (Procedure for amendment in Registration Certificate)

A proviso has been inserted stating that the assessing authority may dispose of the application for amendment in registration certificate within 15 days from the date of receipt of the application along with the supporting documents.

The aforesaid proviso has also been inserted under Rule 14(1) for cancellation of Registration Certificate.

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