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E-Way Bills and Issue Related to the Generation of E-Way Bill

E-Way Bill

It is the electronic bill which is mandatory for the movement of the goods from one place to another through vehicle if the value of goods exceeds the specified value. The govt. has notified that if the value of goods is more than 50,000/- then it is mandatory to produce the E-Way Bill.

It generated or cancelled electronically or Through MSG then the 1st copy of such shall be retained by the supplier, the 2nd copy of such shall be retained by the transporter and 3rd copy of such shall be retained by the buyer.

When and who will issue?

As this is already mentioned above that E-way will be issued when the movement of goods from one place to another through vehicle or conveyance if the value of the goods either single bill or Aggregate of all bills is more than 50,000/-

Now, let’s discuss the big question that who will generate the E-way bill.

  • Registered Taxpayer: If any person already completed their GST Registration is involved in the movement of goods worth more than Rs 50,000. Then the liability to generate the E-way bill is on them.
  • Transporter: If the E-way bill is not generated by the registered taxpayer, then the transporter carrying goods is required to generate e-Way Bill. In this case, the supplier has required all the necessary requirements on the common portal about the consignment.
  • Unregistered Persons – E-Way Bill can also be generated by Unregistered supplier. However, the actual liability to ensure timely generation of E-way bill lies with the registered purchaser.
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The movement of goods can be of the following type of

  1. Supply or
  2. Other than supply or
  3. Inward supply from a registered person,

Further, any movement of goods shall not be started before furnishing the required information related to goods in PART A of FORM GST EW-01, electronically through a common portal.

Case 1 – In Case of Job Work

In case of job work where goods are going to transfer from one state to another then the E-WAY BILL shall be generated irrespective of the amount of consignment.

Case 2 – In Case of Handicrafts Goods

Where the handicraft goods which has been exempted from the requirement of obtaining registration under clause (i) and (ii) of section 24, has transported from one state to another then the E-Way bill shall be generated irrespective of the amount.

Case 3 – In Case of Consignment

Where the goods have transferred as a consignment by the registered person as a consigner to the recipient “Consignee” through any transport mode then the said person or consignee may generate the E-Way bill in Form GST EWB-01  electronically on the common portal after furnishing information in PART B of Form GST EWB -01.

In Case where it is not generated in consignment case and goods are given to the transporter for the transportation by road, then the registered person shall furnish the information of transporter in PART B of Form GST EWB-01 on the common portal and the bill shall be generated by the transporter on the said portal on the basis of the information furnished by the registered person in PART A of FORM GST EWB-01.

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Case 4 – In Case of Unregistered person

Where the movement of goods initiated by the unregistered person either in his own mode or other that such persons (anyone), at their option generates the E-Way Bill in FORM GST EWB-01 on the common portal in the manner specified in the rule.

Case 5 – When the E-Way Bill is not issued

  1. Where the consignment value is less than or equal to 50,000/-
  2. Where the Goods has been transferred less than 10 KM within state or union territory from the place of business of the consignor

What is EBN?

 EBN number is E-WAY BILL NUMBER generated after filling online detail for the same and that shall be available to the supplier, transporter on the common portal and used by them for the further communication for the transit.

Updates issued in 26th GST Council Meeting

Many updates relating to E-way bill were issued in the 26 GST Council meeting held on 10th March 2018.

E-way bill requirement for inter-state movement of goods will be mandatory from 01.04.2018. However, provisions relating to intra-state movement will be notified in the later implementation phase. For other updates on the key decisions taken in 26th GST council meeting, you can read our blog linked above.

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