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Question ID : 44514

GST on door to door sale

Members, a dealer is planning to sell his goods door to door to his prospective customers by going to the customer's place of business with goods in his vehicle. He is GST registered. The invoice can only be raised at the place of business of the customer since he doesnt know whether the customer will buy his product or not. The value of goods will be more than Rs. 50,000/-. What all documents he has to carry with him in his vehicle? Thanks in advance.

Posted by Achuthan P on Jul 16, 2023

Filed Under GST

Answer ID : 85182

If the value of goods exceeds Rs. 50,000 and the goods are being transported from one place to another, an e-way bill must be generated and carried during the movement of goods. The e-way bill can be generated on the GST portal, and it includes information about the consignment, the supplier, the recipient, and the vehicle. Since the dealer is not sure whether the customer will buy the product, they can use a delivery challan as a temporary document while transporting the goods. This document will detail the goods being transported and their quantities. If a sale occurs, a tax invoice can be issued at the customer's place of business.

Posted by RAKESH on Oct 12, 2023
Answer ID : 85337

2 Documents are important in this case, 1. E-way bill [Select "Line sales" as the sub-type] 2. Delivery challan [No need to mention the tax amount] Further, the E-way bill manual provides for the following; Line Sales: This is used when the goods are taken out from the premises of the tax payers for the sales at the door steps of the clients. The goods are taken out with the ‘Delivery Challan’ and whenever the sales are made to the clients, the ‘Taxable Invoice’ or ‘Bill of Supply’ is issued to the amount of the sale taken place

Posted by SREENIVASULU THULASIRAM on Feb 25, 2024