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This is equally true for a registered Service Provider.
In case of CENVAT Inputs or Capital Goods, do not take CENVAT Credit, on the basis of zerox copies of Duty-paying Documents, received along with the Consignment of Inputs or Capital Goods, as the Original, may come after a few days.
In such cases, account for the CENVAT Inputs or Capital Goods and utilise them but do not take CENVAT Credit and on receipt of Original Duty-paying Document, take CENVAT Credit, on the date, on which such Duty-paying Document, in Original, is received by you.
There is no time-limit for taking CENVAT Credit of Central Excise Duty or Countervailing Duty of Customs or Additional Duty of Customs (4%), paid on Inputs or Capital Goods or Service Tax, paid on the Input Services, under the Excise Law.
Everyday, Physical Stock Taking of Finished Excisable Goods, should be undertaken and the Physical Stock, should match with the Stock of Finished Goods, shown in Daily Stock Account (R. If, there is any shortage, Central Excise Duty, should be paid off immediately, at the current Central Excise Duty Rate and on the current highest Price and a Remark, should be incorporated in Daily Stock Account and in the Duty Paying Register, to that effect, accordingly and the Stock of Finished Excisable Goods, in question, should be reduced to the said extent, from the Stock Register.
Interest @ 13%, per annum, should also be paid off, by Cash or Cheque, in the appointed Bank, under G. R.-7 Challan, from the date of its manufacture, till the date, on which Central Excise Duty, is paid.
With effect from 1st April, 2010, the Sub-rule (5) of Rule 11 of the Central Excise Rules, 2002, has been omitted or deleted from the body of the said Rule 11, ibid, and therefore, with effect from 1st April, 2010, the registered Manufacturers, are not required to authenticate their Excise Invoices, at the top of each Foil of Excise Invoice.
(3) REGISTERED MANUFACTURERS - List of Documents and Records, in Duplicate, to be filed by the manufacturers, in the new financial year, 2012-2013: As per Rule 22(2) of the Central Excise Rules, 2002, with a Covering Letter, with the Assessment Range, in the month of April, in every new Financial Year, say, in April, 2012 or as soon as possible, containing Descripttions of various Records, Documents, Papers, Returns (including Income Tax & Sales Tax, Returns), Bonds, etc., maintained or filed by him, whether, made manually or computerized.
If, any shortage of CENVAT Inputs or Capital Goods, is found, CENVAT Credit, should be immediately debited and a Remark, should be incorporated in the CENVAT Credit Register (R. If, the CENVAT Credit, in question, has already been utilized, Interest @ 13%, per annum, should also be paid off, by Cash or Cheque, in the appointed Bank, under G. R.-7 Challan or by E-payment, from the date of utilization of such CENVAT Credit, till the date, on which such Central Excise Duty or CENVAT Credit, is debited or paid.
A Registered Dealer, should also undertake the said practice, in respect of his Trading Goods.