Section 28 of Delhi Value Added Tax Act 2004 - Correction of deficiencies

What is Correction of deficiencies? Section 28 of DVAT Act 2004

Section 28 : Correction of deficiencies - Delhi Value Added Tax Act 2004

Rule 29 Forms 16, 17


If a person discovers a discrepancy in a return furnished by him for a tax period under this Act, he shall remove such discrepancy and furnish a revised return within the year following the year of such tax period:

PROVIDED that if, as a result of the discrepancy, the person has paid less
tax than was due under this Act, he shall, pay the tax owed and interest thereon:

PROVIDED FURTHER that for the years 2008-09, 2009-10 and 2010-11, except for those returns pertaining to any tax period of 2010-11, which were scheduled to be furnished in the year 2011-12, the revised return shall be required to be furnished by 31st December, 2012



Section 21 : Amendment of registration

Section 22 : Cancellation of registration

Section 23 : Effect of de-registration

Section 24 : Registration during transition

Section 25 : Security from certain classes of dealers and other persons

Section 26 : Periodical payment of tax and furnishing of returns

Section 27 : Power to require other returns

Section 28 : Correction of deficiencies

Section 29 : Signing returns

Section 30 : Assessment of tax, interest or penalty



Section 31 : Self assessment

Section 32 : Default assessment of tax payable

Section 33 : Assessment of penalty

Section 34 : Limitation on assessment and re-assessment

Section 35 : Collection of assessed tax and penalties



Section 36 : Manner of payment of tax, penalties and interest

Section 36A : Tax deducted at source

Section 37 : Order of application of payments

Section 38 : Refunds

Section 39 : Power to withhold refund in certain cases

Section 40 : Collection of tax only by registered dealers

Section 40A : Agreement to defeat the intention and application of this Act to be void

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