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Section 58A of Delhi Value Added Tax Act 2004 - Special Audit

How to conduct Special Audit Section 58A of DVAT Act 2004


Section 58A : Special Audit - Delhi Value Added Tax Act 2004

(1) If the Commissioner, having regard to,-

(a) the nature and complexity of the business of a dealer; or

(b) the interest of the revenue; or


(c) volume of accounts; or

(d) doubts about the correctness of the accounts; or

(e) multiplicity of transactions in the accounts; or

(f) specialised nature of business activity; or

(g) non-production of all records and accounts; or

(h) non-filing of audit report under section 49 of this Act; or

(i) any other reason.

is of the opinion that it is necessary so to do, he may direct the dealer by
a notice in writing to get his records including books of accounts, examined and audited by an accountant or a panel of accountants or any other professional or panel of professionals nominated by the Commissioner in this behalf and to furnish a report of such examination and audit in the format that he may specify, duly signed and verified by such accountant or panel of accountants or professional or panel of professionals and setting forth such particulars as may be specified.

(2) The provision of sub-section (1) shall have effect notwithstanding that the accounts of the dealer have been audited under any other provision of this Act or any other law for the time being in force or otherwise.

(3) Every report under sub-section (1) shall be furnished by the dealer to the Commissioner within such period as may be specified by the Commissioner:

PROVIDED that the Commissioner may, on an application made in this behalf by the dealer and for any good and sufficient reason, extend the said period by such further period or periods as he thinks fit:

PROVIDED FURTHER that the aggregate of the period originally fixed and the period or periods so extended shall not, in any case, exceed one hundred eighty days from the date on which the direction under sub-section (1) is received by the dealer.

(4) The expenses of, and incidental to, the examination and audit of records under sub-section (1), (including the remuneration of the accountant or a panel of accountants or professional or panel of professionals) shall be determined and paid by the Commissioner and that determination shall be final.



Section 41 : Refund of tax for embassies, officials, international and public organizations

Section 42 : Interest

Section 43 : Recovery of tax

Section 44 : Application of the Delhi Land Reforms Act, 1954 for purposes of recovery

Section 45 : Continuation of certain recovery proceedings

Section 46 : Special mode of recovery

Section 46A : Provisional attachment to protect revenue in certain cases

Section 47 : Transfer of assets during pendency of proceedings void

Section 47A : Liability under this Act to be the first charge

Section 48 : Records and accounts

Section 49 : Accounts to be audited in certain cases

Section 50 : Tax invoices

Section 51 : Credit and debit notes

Section 52 : Liability in case of transfer of business

Section 53 : Liability in case of company in liquidation

Section 54 : Liability of partners of firm to pay tax

Section 55 : Liability of guardians, trustees etc

Section 56 : Liability of Court of Wards, etc

Section 57 : Liability in other cases

Section 58 : Audit

Section 58A : Special Audit

Section 59 : Inspection of records

Section 60 : Power to enter premises and seize records and goods

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