GST Practitioner Formats, Provisions relating to a GST Practitioner 2017

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GST Practitioner Formats, Provisions relating to a GST Practitioner 2017

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List of GST Practitioner Formats

S.No Form No Description
1 GST PCT – 1 Application for Enrolment as Goods and Service Tax Practitioner
2 GST PCT – 02 Enrolment Certificate for Goods and Service Tax Practitioner
3 GST PCT – 03 Show Cause Notice for disqualification
4 GST PCT – 04 Order of Rejection of Application for enrolment as GST Practitioner/ Or Disqualification to function as GST Practitioner
5 GST PCT – 05 Authorization/withdrawal of authorization of Goods and Service Tax Practitioner.

GST Practitioner – Application Procedure

How to Apply for GST Practitioner – Any person who is eligible to become a GST Practitioner as per the criteria above can apply using FORM GST PCT-01 through the GST Common Portal or through a GST Facilitation Centre notified by the Commissioner for GST Practitioner enrolment.

Please Note – In terms of section 48 any person can get himself register under the act as tax practitioner online on GSTN portal. the condition, procedure will be prescribed by the govt. after implementation of GST on or after 1st july.

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Provisions relating to a goods and services tax practitioner

(1) An application in FORM GST PCT-01 may be made electronically through the Common Portal either directly or through a Facilitation Centre notified by the Commissioner for enrolment as goods and services tax practitioner by any person who:

(a)

  • (i) is a citizen of India;
  • (ii) is a person of sound mind;
  • (iii) is not adjudicated as insolvent;
  • (iv) has not been convicted by a competent court,-

and satisfies any of the following conditions: –

(b) that he is a retired officer of the Commercial Tax Department of any State Government or of the Central Board of Excise and Customs, Department of Revenue, Government of India, who, during his service under the Government, had worked in a post not lower in rank than that of a Group-B gazetted officer for a period of not less than two years; or

(c ) that he has been enrolled as a sales tax practitioner or tax return preparer under the existing law for a period of not less than five years;

(d) he has passed:

  • (i) a graduate or postgraduate degree or its equivalent examination having a degree in Commerce, Law, Banking including Higher Auditing, or Business Administration or Business Management from any Indian University established by any law for the time being in force; or
  • (ii) a degree examination of any Foreign University recognized by any Indian University as equivalent to the degree examination mentioned in sub-clause (i); or
  • (iii) any other examination notified by the Government, on the recommendation of the Council, for this purpose; or
  • (iv) has passed any of the following examinations, namely.-
    • (a) final examination of the Institute of Chartered Accountants of India; or
    • (b) final examination of the Institute of Cost Accountants of India; or
    • (c) final examination of the Institute of Company Secretaries of India.

(2) On receipt of the application referred to in sub-rule (1), the officer authorised in this behalf shall, after making such enquiry as he considers necessary, either enrol the applicant as a goods and services tax practitioner and issue a certificate to that effect in FORM GST PCT-02 or reject his application where it is found that the applicant is not qualified to be enrolled as a goods and services tax practitioner.

(3) The enrolment made under sub-rule (2) shall be valid until it is cancelled

Provided that no person enrolled as a goods and services tax practioner shall be eligible to remain enrolled unless he passes such examination conducted at such periods and by such authority as may be notified by the Commissioner on the recommendations of the Council:

Provided further that no person to whom the provisions of clause (c) of sub-section (1) apply shall be eligible to remain enrolled unless he passes the said examination within a period of one year from the appointed date

(4) If any goods and services tax practitioner is found guilty of misconduct in connection with any proceedings under the Act, the authorised officer may, after giving him a notice to show cause in FORM GST PCT-03 for such misconduct and after giving him a reasonable opportunity of being heard, by order in FORM GST PCT -04 direct that he shall henceforth be disqualified under section 48 to function as a goods and services tax practitioner.

(5) Any person against whom an order under sub-rule (4) is made may, within thirty days from the date of issue of such order, appeal to the Commissioner against such order.

(6) Any registered person may, at his option, authorise a goods and services tax practitioner on the Common Portal in FORM GST PCT-05 or, at any time, withdraw such authorisation in FORM GST PCT-05 and the goods and services tax practitioner so authorised shall be allowed to undertake such tasks as indicated in the said authorization during the period of authorisation.

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(7) Where a statement required to be furnished by a registered person has been furnished by the goods and services tax practitioner authorised by him, a confirmation shall be sought from the registered person over email or SMS and the statement furnished by the goods and services tax practitioner shall be made available to the registered person on the Common Portal:

Provided that where the registered person fails to respond to the request for confirmation till the last date of furnishing of such statement, it shall be deemed that he has confirmed the statement furnished by the goods and services tax practitioner.

(8) A goods and services tax practitioner can undertake any or all of the following activities on behalf of a registered person, if so authorised by him to:

  • (a) furnish the details of outward and inward supplies;
  • (b) furnish monthly, quarterly, annual or final return;
  • (c) make deposit for credit into the electronic cash ledger;
  • (d) file a claim for refund; and
  • (e) file an application for amendment or cancellation of registration:

Provided that where any application relating to a claim for refund or an application for amendment or cancellation of registration has been submitted by the goods and services tax practitioner authorised by the registered person, a confirmation shall be sought from the registered person and the application submitted by the said practitioner shall be made available to the registered person on the Common Portal and such application shall not be proceeded with further until the registered person gives his consent to the same.

(9) Any registered person opting to furnish his return through a goods and services tax practitioner shall-

  • (a) give his consent in FORM GST PCT-05 to any goods and services tax practitioner to prepare and furnish his return; and
  • (b) before confirming submission of any statement prepared by the goods and services tax practitioner, ensure that the facts mentioned in the return are true and correct.

(10) The goods and services tax practitioner shall-

  • (a) prepare the statements with due diligence; and 13
  • (b) affix his digital signature on the statements prepared by him or electronically verify using his credentials

(11) A goods and services tax practitioner enrolled in any other State or Union Territory shall be treated as enrolled in the State/Union territory for the purposes specified in sub-rule (8).

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Conditions for purposes of appearance

Any registered person may give consent and authorise a GST practitioner in the form GST PCT-5 by listing the authorised activities in which he intends to authorise the GST practitioner. The registered person authorising a GST Practitioner shall have to authorise in the standard form Part A of form GST PCT-5 and the GST practitioner will have to accept the authorisation in Part B of the form GST PCT-5. The GST practitioner shall be allowed to undertake only such tasks as indicated in the authorisation form GST PCT-5.The registered person may, at any time, withdraw such authorisation in the prescribed form GST PCT-5.

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Responsibility for correctness of particulars: The responsibility for correctness of any particulars furnished in the return or other details filed by the GST practitioners shall continue to rest with the registered person on whose behalf such return and details are furnished.

Any statement furnished by the GST practitioner shall be made available to the registered person on the GST Common Portal. For every statement furnished by the GST practitioner, a confirmation shall be sought from the registered person over email or SMS. The registered person before confirming, should ensure that the facts mentioned in the return are true and correct before signature. However, failure to respond to request for confirmation shall be treated as deemed confirmation.

The GST practitioner shall prepare all statements with due diligence and affix his digital signature on the statements prepared by him or electronically verify using his credentials. If the GST practitioner is found guilty of misconduct, his enrolment will be liable to be cancelled. A show cause notice would be issued to him in the form GST PCT-3.

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