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Location of Place of Business and Book of Accounts
March, 28th 2014

                         PUBLIC NOTICE


You are required to have a principal place of business in Delhi
and intimate any change in its address to the Commissioner
within 30 days of such change.

As per the section 48 and Rules 42 & 19 of Delhi VAT Act & Rules,
you are also required to maintain and retain prescribed
records at the declared principal place of business in Delhi
for 7 years. The record may be in the form of soft/hard copy but
should be readily available on demand and be able to explain
all business transactions. Further, in case of multi-state operations,
all books of accounts should be separately maintained in
relation to business operations in Delhi.

However, it has come to notice that many dealers shift their place
of business to outside Delhi and even if they have an office in
Delhi, the records are shifted to outside Delhi. The records are also
not readily available and dealers seek time to produce prescribed

Such actions on the part of dealers are gross violation of the
provision of DVAT Act and Rules, and raise suspicion about extent
of their business activities and veracity of records produced later.
The following actions can be taken against defaulting dealers:

(i) Penalty of sum of  50,000 or 20% of tax deficiency,
     whichever is greater, can be levied (Section 86).
(ii) Registration of dealer is liable to be cancelled (Section 22).
(iii) Dealers may lose the right to issue tax invoices against which
      input tax credit (ITC) can be claimed by purchasing dealers
      (Section 50).
(iv) Dealers would lose right to avail ITC on their purchases
      (Section 9).
(v) In hands of contractees, dealers will become liable for TDS
      deduction @ 6% on work contract activities (Section 36A).
(vi) Criminal prosecution leading to rigorous imprisonment up to
      six months and fine can be imposed (Section 89).

All the dealers are, therefore, directed to abide by the provisions of
Delhi VAT Act & Rules and maintain and retain sufficient records,
as prescribed, and for prescribed period at the designated principal
place of business in Delhi.

Please note that surprise checks are being conducted by the
Department and these shall be further intensified from next
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