Examples of GST legislations in a sentence
The CONTRACTOR should provide tax invoice issued under GST legislations for the goods and Services (indicating GST).
Bidder, while quoting against this tender, must take cognizance of all concessions permissible under the statutes including the benefit under GST legislations, failing which it will have to bear extra cost where bidder does not avail exemptions/concessional rate of GST.
Bidders must also consider benefits of input tax credit under the GST legislations, as amended from time to time on Input goods/Capital goods / Input Services, while quoting the prices.
The SUPPLIER should provide tax invoice issued under GST legislations read with the GST (Tax Invoice, Credit and Debit Notes) Rules for the Services and/or Goods.
Advisory audit is carried out to provide advisory services and tax education to taxable persons to enable them to fully understand the requirements of the GST legislations and henceforth encourage voluntary compliance from them.
The enactment of the GST legislations is the enactment of a Law repealing the current indirect tax regime.
The successful bidders should provide Tax Invoice issued under GST legislations.
Compliance audit is a comprehensive audit conducted on all transactions to ensure that the taxable persons comply with the GST legislations.
This audit is conducted on the taxable person who has been classified as a large taxpayer to ensure their full compliance to the GST legislations.
CONCESSION PERMISSIBLE UNDER STATUTES 28.1 The supplier/Contractor must take cognizance of all concessions permissible under the statutes including the benefit under GST legislations, failing which he will have to bear extra cost where SUPPLIER/Contractor does not avail concessional rates of GST under GST legislations.