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The new Form of Application shall be used for carrying out Amendments to the information provided earlier by the assessee for obtaining Registration. Suitable entries will be made in the database upon receipt of such amended information
Application to be submitted along with the following documents: PAN Card of the Applicant, Address Proof of Factory ,Address Proof of Authorised Signatory ,Board Resolution in favour of Authorised Signatory,Memorandum & Article of Association
Apply for Central Excise Registration in Form A-1 along with the duly attested documents
New Registration Certificate
a fresh Registration Certificate bearing the earlier allotted 15 digit PAN based Registration Number will be issued to the assessee after surrender of the earlier issued Registration Certificate
The primary meaning of excise duty is tax on articles produced or manufactured in the taxing country and intended for home consumption.
Excise duty is an indirect duty which the manufacture or producer passes on the ultimate consumer. What basically attracts this duty is the activity of production or manufacture of goods.
Excise duty, though it becomes payable on the manufacture of goods, is collected at the time of removal of goods from the factory.
The Central Excise duty is collected under the authority of the Central Excise Act, 1944, at the rates specified under Central Excise Tariff Act, 1985. This duty is commonly referred as the Basic Excise Duty
The excise law provides for a scheme known as Modified Value Added Tax (Modvat). Modvat seeks to limit the cascading effect of the incidence of duty on exciseable goods used as inputs for the manufacture of other exciseable goods.
Modvat applies to all exciseable goods except for those specifically excluded.
In addition to basic excise duty, a few textile items like fiber and yarn also attract Additional Excise Duty under Additional Duties of Excise (Textiles and Textile Articles) Act, 1975. The Additional Duties of Excise (Goods of Special Importance) Act, 1957 and Miscellaneous Cess Acts provide authority for collection of Additional Excise Duty and Cess respectively on several manufactured items over and above the basic excise duty.