A visited a bike shop and wanted to buy a bike whose cost was Rs. 50000. He paid 50% of the
price in advance and agreed to pay rest of the amount in 10 equal installments
with interest. However, possession of bike was transferred but the title of
transfer of goods and bill of bike was
to be handed over to the customer on the future date upon making full and final
payment in 10 installments.
this type of transaction is covered under purview of supply under GST.
yes, then when the invoice is required to be issue and what will be the point of
taxation for GST
Supply of goods on
hire purchase shall be treated as supply of goods as there is transfer of title,
albeit at a future date.
II of GST also specifies that any transfer of title in goods under an agreement
which stipulates that property in goods shall pass at a future date upon payment
of full consideration as agreed, is a supply of goods.
date on which invoice required to be issued is to be decided as per section
31(1). According to this section two
events have been specified when invoice is required to be issued, first, where
supply involve movement of goods then invoice should be issued at the time of
removal of goods, and secondly, in any other case, invoice should be issued at
the time of delivery of goods. According to the said situations under section
31(1) invoice will be issued.
our example, invoice is required to issue at the time when bike is handed over
to the customer.
time of supply is defined in section 12 of GST. It provides that time of supply
of goods shall be the earliest of the following dates:-
Date of issue of
Last date on which
invoice required to be issued
Date on which
supplier receives payment
Thus in the given example date of
issue of invoice is the date of removal of goods, then such date is the time of
supply, otherwise also date of removal is the time of supply.