Sec 2(67) – Inward Supply

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    “inward supply” in relation to a person, shall mean receipt of goods or services or both whether by purchase, acquisition or any other means with or without consideration;

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    Inward supplies may be of goods or of services, or of both. The key in this definition is to note that ‘inward supply’ is not necessarily a supply and has a larger scope by covering ‘receipt’ of goods or services.
    It may be questioned as to whether an inward supply is not particular to a registration, or whether an inward supply can be associated with any of the registered persons having the same pan, on the premise that it is in relation to “a person”. However, that would not be the intent of the law; it is to enable correlation with a person, whether or not he is a taxable person. In other words, reference to inward supply may be in relation to any person, whether he is registered, or unregistered taxable person, or person not liable to tax.

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