mrksms Started The Discussion:
I am an Importer and in order to pass on duty benefit to my customers to whom I sell imported items directly , I have also registered as a Dealer with Central Excise.

I have issued invoices which need to be filed for my quarterly return.

In the " Dealer Return - Invoices issued, Received " page under heading :Invoices issued by first Stage/Second stage Dealer " I could entere all the invoices issued by me.

In the "Document based on which the credit is passed on" I have entered Bill Of Entry Number, Date Issued by Importer. Under column " Registration Number", when I enter my registration number - my firm name and address " and press submit button, I receive the message " Assessee can not enter his/her own registration number in :DOCUMENTS BASED ON WHICH THE CREDIT IS PASSED." and hence I can not complete my return and submit.

My Principals from whom I import the goods are not registered with ACSE and hence do not have any registration number.

Thus I am unable to file m
Dear Customer

With reference to your chat you had with us regarding while generating Dealer e-return you are getting error as ‘’ The Assessee cannot enter his/her own Registration number in documents based on which the credit is passed’’.We would like to inform you that , In case of import of goods directly by the assesse, it was suggested until last quarter to specify ‘Assesses’ own ‘ECC Number’. But, the last quarter’s (April 2011 to June 2011) E-return generated from Tally.ERP 9 has been rejected by citing the following reason.
‘The Assesse cannot enter his/her own Registration Number in documents based on which the credit is passed’.
In this regard, we had requested the Excise Department for the clarification and the following is their reply:
(1)Earlier the department had allowed for the Assessee to enter his own registration number where ever there is an import. But now the Board has taken an objection to this and the same is pending for clarification from them. Now the
The reply was trunketed. It appears to be what I need. Please offer concrete steps to be followed for the dealer return. Thanks.


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