GST Rule regarding the movement of Goods

Hello all,

I have query regarding the document required for the movement of Goods of the below scenario.

We are Imported the material and goods also clear by the customs. but what we are doing is storing the goods to the godown which is own by someone else. and we are paying him a some amount as an Rent for storing the goods.

But Now we required this Goods in our actual Place of business from where goods send to customer.

Can someone please guide me on how this transaction actually should happened and what are the document required for the Movement of goods from warehouse to Business place.

As per suggested by someone, We have to generate the Delivery Challan and the E-way bill with the transaction Type select as “Own Use”. Is it correct way???

Hey @hasmukh,

Yes, the delivery challan and e-way bill are required when you transport goods from the warehouse to the business place. You can select the transaction type as ‘import’ and generate the e-way bill.

Hope this helps!

Ok. Thanks for the response.

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For the movement of goods from the warehouse to your business place, you should indeed generate a Delivery Challan and an E-way bill. Since the goods are being moved for your own use, select the transaction type as “Own Use” in the E-way bill. Additionally, ensure that the Delivery Challan contains details such as the sender’s and receiver’s information, description of goods, quantity, and other relevant particulars. This documentation will facilitate the smooth and legal transportation of goods from the warehouse to your business location.

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To facilitate the movement of goods from a rented warehouse to your business place, generate a Delivery Challan detailing the goods’ description and quantity. Generate an E-Way Bill with the transaction type set as “Own Use.” Arrange transportation and ensure accurate receipt at your business place. Keep records of all documentation for compliance and audit purposes. Consulting with tax or logistics experts can help ensure compliance with regulations.

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In the scenario you described, the movement of goods from the warehouse to your actual place of business requires proper documentation to ensure compliance with legal and regulatory requirements. Here’s a guide on how this transaction should be handled and the documents required:

  1. Delivery Challan: A delivery challan is a document used to record the movement of goods from one place to another. In this case, you would need to generate a delivery challan indicating the details of the goods being moved, the addresses of the warehouse and your business place, and other relevant information.
  2. E-Way Bill: An E-Way bill is required for the movement of goods worth more than a specified value. When generating the E-Way bill for this transaction, you should select the appropriate transaction type, which may vary depending on the specific circumstances. In this case, since the goods are being moved from a warehouse to your own business place for your own use, selecting “Own Use” as the transaction type may be appropriate. However, it’s essential to consult with a legal or tax advisor to ensure compliance with applicable regulations.
  3. Other Supporting Documents: Depending on the nature of the goods and the regulations governing their movement, you may need additional supporting documents such as invoices, purchase orders, and any relevant permits or licenses.

It’s important to ensure that all documentation is accurate, complete, and in compliance with relevant laws and regulations. Consulting with a legal or tax advisor can provide further guidance tailored to your specific situation.

I hope this helps clarify the process for you. If you have any further questions, feel free to ask!

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