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Meaning and Scope of Supply Comparative view under Revised Model GST Law vis--vis Earlier Model GST Law
December, 05th 2016

Meaning and Scope of ‘Supply’ – Comparative view under Revised Model GST Law vis-à-vis Earlier Model GST Law

Whilst the Government is keen to make Goods and Services Tax (“GST”) a reality by envisaged April 1, 2017 deadline, efforts put in by the Government to look into the voluminous suggestions submitted by various stakeholders, on First cut Model GST Law (put on public domain on June 14, 2016), is indeed commendable. Honest attempt of the Government to eradicate the daunting provisions in the earlier Model GST Law, can be very well seen in the Revised Model GST Law which was made public on November 26, 2016.

Apart from addressing key concerns of the Industry in a very decent manner, the Revised Model GST Law has also proposed an anti-profiteering mechanism to ensure benefit of lower taxes is shared with consumers, and also ensures no tax on securities and subsidies provided by the Government as also free of cost supplies.

In our series of newsletters, we would be highlighting the changes made in each component of the Model GST Law along with decoding the changes brought in along with their implications, for easy digest. To start this journey of rendezvous with the Revised Model GST Law, the first part of the newsletter, deciphers the meaning of the taxable event i.e. Supply under GST.

Supply – the taxable event in GST

Determination of the taxable event in any tax law is of utmost significance as the levy of tax is based on occurrence of that event. In the Model GST Law, a uniform and single taxable event ‘supply’ would replace multiple taxable events i.e. manufacture, provision of service and sale, etc., as prevalent in the present regime. Thus, the constant monitoring and compliance required for keeping track of varied tax trigger points at present would fade away in GST, but, simultaneously, the term ‘supply’ will hold the greatest significance and shall be important in determining the taxability of all transactions, whether commercial or otherwise under GST regime.

 
 
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