09 November 2019
Sir, I want to organise a fashion and lifestyle exhibition where exhibitors from all over the country will participate...my company is registered under GST but do I need any other approval to organise the Exhibition from GST? Please suggest me.
15 November 2019
Where the goods are sent for display at an exhibition (including entailing inter-state movement) the same would not constitute ‘supply’ under the GST regime as the same are not supplies made for a consideration. In context of such movementsa. The consigner may issue a delivery challan in lieu of an invoice at the time of removal of goods for transportation b. Since such movement is only under a delivery challan no liability arises as there is no invoice or payment As regards the return movement, whereas the GST framework does not prescribe any mechanism, the goods may be moved under the same delivery challan. To that extent, the delivery challan should explicitly state that the goods covered thereunder are destined to come back post the exhibition. However, for an exhibition-cum sale event, the dealer may qualify as ‘casual taxable person’ as the dealer would undertake transactions involving supply of goods. In such a case the dealer would be required to obtain a temporary registration in the State where the exhibition is held as well as pay an advance tax to the extent of his estimated tax liability.
15 November 2019
if exihibition is one time event and helding in same state , it take too much time to to add a additional place of business meanwhile it need rent agreement or proper address for registration to add place of Business so it is advisable get casual trader Registraion