Sec 2(64) – Intra-State supply of goods

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    “intra-State supply of goods” shall have the same meaning as assigned to it in section 8 of the Integrated Goods and Services Tax Act;

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    The principles for determining a supply as an intra-State supply are Provided in the IGST law. Drawing reference to the relevant Section, every supply of goods, where the location of the supplier of the goods and the place of supply as determined under Section 10 of the Act, are in the same State (or same Union Territory), would be an intra-State supply of such goods. Accordingly, an import or export of goods can never be an intra-State supply.
    Every taxable supply that is an intra-State supply shall be liable to both Central tax and the respective State tax (or Union territory tax), unless otherwise exempted.
    The ‘place of supply’ referred to in this regard is a legal terminology and should not be understood for the colloquial usage, if any. Section 10 of the IGST Act provides situationspecific conditions for determining the ‘place of supply’.

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