GST Settlement of Fund Rule – 7 (Report relating to apportionment of Integrated Tax amount, where place of supply could not be determined or taxable person making such supply is not identifiable, between Centre (Central Tax) and State (State Tax) or Centre (Union Territory Tax)) [Updated 2019]

GST Settlement of Fund Rule – 7 (Report relating to apportionment of Integrated Tax amount, where place of supply could not be determined or taxable person making such supply is not identifiable, between Centre (Central Tax) and State (State Tax) or Centre (Union Territory Tax))

The details relating to the apportionment of Integrated Tax to State (State Tax) or Centre (Union Territory Tax), and to Centre (Central Tax), in a particular month, in FORMS GST STL 04.01 to GST STL – 04.03 shall be sent for each State and Union Territory, as follows—

(a) a monthly State-wise consolidated statement showing a summary of the apportionment of Integrated Tax to State (State Tax) or Centre (Union Territory Tax), and to Centre (Central Tax), in a particular month relating to Integrated Tax collected in respect of which place of supply could not be determined or the taxable person making such supplies is not identifiable, as provided under the proviso of sub-section (2) of section 17 of the Integrated Goods and Services Tax Act, in FORM GST STL 04.01;

(b) list of registered persons from whom Integrated Tax has been collected in respect of which place of supply made by taxable person could not be determined, and is to be apportioned as provided under first proviso of sub-section (2) of section 17 of the Integrated Goods and Services Tax Act, in FORM GST STL 04.02;

(c) the details of Integrated Tax has been collected in respect of which the taxable person making such supplies is not identifiable, and is to be apportioned as provided under second proviso of sub-section (2) of section 17 of the Integrated Goods and Services Tax Act, in FORM GST STL 04.03 and this shall be an annual report to be submitted in October each year.