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Office rent GST charegs


kamlesh lodha (ACCOUNTS)     21 February 2020

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I have a doubt that if landlord is individual and not registered in GST he is not takes GST number and he not income more then 20 lac that time he will charge Gst amount in his invoice or not . if any liability or tenor.please give me some best suggestions.

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Kishor Lulla   21 February 2020

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U r d cannot charge

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Y GOPI REDDY (GREAT POLITICAL LEADER)     21 February 2020

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In the case of land lords

only those land Lords who have Turnover (Rent) exceeding 20 lakhs or voluntarily registered- have to issue invoice by charging GST.
others- not required to collect and charge GST

Tenants-
being recipient of services nothing to do except to claim ITC on rent if available.

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sabyasachi mukherjee   21 February 2020

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Threshold limit has been increased to Rs.20 lakhs ..
but if it is for commercial purposes then you hv to take gst registration.
renting is for commercial purposes.

the word commercial purposes means your sole earning is from renting of properties.

then gst registration has to be taken...

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Kapadia Pravin   21 February 2020

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A taxpayer earning more than the exempted threshold will have to register under GST and pay taxes. So, if you have given your property to businesses, then it is taxable if you are getting more than Rs 20 lakh as rent and you will have to register yourself under GST

Anshuman Basu (account -GST)     21 February 2020

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Landlord is not registered in GST, so he can not change GST in his rent invoice. and you are not eligible to take ITC


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