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Separate registration not required for supply of works contract service in Karnataka; IGST to be charged on invoice raised from registered office in Noida


Court :
Karnataka Authority for Advance Ruling (KAAR)

Brief :
In M/s Gew India Pvt. Ltd. [KAR ADRG 63/2021 dated November 8, 2021] Hon'ble Karnataka Authority for Advance Ruling ("KAAR") held that no separate registration is required for supply of works contract services in Karnataka by M/s L&T, Karnataka by the assessee registered at Noida, Uttar Pradesh as invoice can be raised by the assessee charging IGST from its registered office in Noida, Uttar Pradesh.

Citation :
KAR ADRG 63/2021 dated November 8, 2021

In M/s Gew India Pvt. Ltd. [KAR ADRG 63/2021 dated November 8, 2021] Hon'ble Karnataka Authority for Advance Ruling ("KAAR") held that no separate registration is required for supply of works contract services in Karnataka by M/s L&T, Karnataka by the assessee registered at Noida, Uttar Pradesh as invoice can be raised by the assessee charging IGST from its registered office in Noida, Uttar Pradesh.

M/s Gew India Pvt. Ltd. ("the Applicant") has sought an advance ruling on, whether the Applicant registered at Noida, Uttar Pradesh is required to take registration in the state of Karnataka for execution of works contract issued by M/s L&T, Karnataka at Karnataka.

The KAAR observed that the Applicant is neither having and nor intending to have any establishment in Karnataka, therefore the location of the supplier in the present case would be the place of the business of the Applicant which is Noida, UP.

Further observed that, as per Section 12(3) of the Integrated Goods and Services Act, 2017 ("IGST Act"), service provided by the Applicant in relation to immovable property by way of grant of right to use immovable property or for carrying out or co-ordination of construction work or any ancillary services, the place of supply of services shall be location of immovable property i.e. Karnataka.

Held that, as the location of the supplier, Noida, Uttar Pradesh and place of supply of service, Karnataka are at two different states so as per Section 7(3) of the IGST Act the supply of service will be considered as inter-state supply and accordingly IGST will be charged.

Held that, the Applicant is not required to take separate registration in Karnatakafor the supply of services and can raise the invoice by charging IGST from their registered office at Noida, Uttar Pradesh, with the place of supply as Karnataka.

Further held that, the Applicant are not entitled to take Input Service Distributor ("ISD") registration for the site at which they are delivering service as they are not having nor intending to have any establishment at the site i.e., Karnataka.

 

Bimal Jain
on 16 November 2021
Published in GST
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