About Central Excise registration
Every manufacturer has to pay Duty production for sale of a goods called an excise duty. At the selling point manufacturer has to pay Value added tax. Excises are inland taxes, whereas customs duties are payable on import of goods in India.
The payment of excise duty arises as soon as the goods are manufactured, re-packaged or processed. Excise duty is Payable on dispatch or removal goods for sales. The word 'removal' includes sales, distribution, transfer, self consumption and free distribution.
The Central Excise law is exempted if a manufacturing company has an annual turnover less than rupees one crores and fifty lakhs. Hence, every manufacturing company Whose annual turnover exceeds rupees one crore and fifty lakhs needs registration under the Central Excise Act, 1944.
Documents required for Central Excise Registration
- PAN Card of the manufacturing company.
- A copy of MOA/Partnership deed.
- Electricity bills of the factory.
- A Copy of Notarized rental agreement.
- No Objection Certificate from landlord.
- PAN & ID,proof of all directors / Partners.
- Ground & Building plan of factory.
- List and value of Plant & Machineries installed in factory.