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Work contract vs erection,commissioning & installation service


CA Yogesh Chawla (Chartered Accountant)     25 November 2013

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Can anyone please explain me that what is Basic Difference between Erection, Commissioning & Installation Service & Work Contract Service. Does Work Contract do not cover Erection, Commissioning & Installation Service in it. What is it separate need ? Hoping for positive response. 

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Harshal Fifadra (Chartered Accountant)     26 November 2013

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1. Works contract service is a composite contract of (sale + service ) i.e it involves transfer of property in goods and service in relation to te same . 2. Erectioning is a service provided by the service provider to service recipient for Erectioning of the plant or machinery or any other fixed asset. 3. Installation service is a service provided by the service provider to service recipient for installation of the fixed asset. By installation we mean putting the fixed asset into a condition ready for its use. 4. Commissioning is a testing service provided by the service provider to service recipient for checking and testing whether the fixed asset is in working condition or not ....post installation or Erection 5. Works contract is a material transfer + labour service whereas Erectioning , commissioning , installation is basically a service only .....

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CA Yogesh Chawla (Chartered Accountant)     27 November 2013

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Thank u Harshal. U made concept so clear to me. I now just want to know that if contractor comes to me for filing his ST return . How should I determine that whether it is Erection, Commissioning & Installation Service or Work Contract Service ? What documents or evidences should I consider ?

 


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