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Custom Duty is a type of indirect tax charged on goods imported into India. One has to pay this duty , on goods that are imported from a foreign country into India. This duty is often payable at the port of entry (like the airport). This duty rate varies based on nature of items. Octroi is tax applicable on goods entering in to municipality or any other jurisdiction for use, consumption or sale. In simple terms one can call it as Entry Tax.

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Who has to furnish return under the W.B.T.E.G.L.A. Act, 2012, in West Bengal?
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What is the meaning of the words (import value) in case of Entry Tax?
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When the form ET-2 is to be used for Entry Tax in West Bengal?
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What is Octroi Tax?
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What is the date of applicability of Entry Tax in different States?
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What shall be the registration number under W.B.V.A.T. Act, 2003 Act?
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On which specified goods entry tax is payable in West Bengal?
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If a registered dealer inadvertently pays excess entry tax in one month, can he adjust that excess amount in the next month?
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What is Entry Tax?
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Can a registered dealer pay entry tax monthly in West Bengal?
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Will the provisions of Summary Assessment as introduced in Customs Duty & Excise applicable under Section3 of this Act read with section 47AA of the W.B.V.A.T. Act, 2003?
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No waybill is required for import of printing materials under rule 99 of the W.B.V.A.T. Rules, 2005. Will entry tax have to be paid on its import?
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Is a registered dealer in West Bengal (who is an importer) under W.B.V.A.T. Act, 2003 liable to pay entry tax on all his imports into the State from outside?
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A registered dealer has paid excess amount of entry tax in the month of March. Now he wants to adjust the same in the month of April of next year. Can he do so?
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A dealer of Delhi has sold goods to Canteen Stores in West Bengal under Ministry of Defense, will Canteen Stores have to pay Entry Tax?
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Whether Entry tax paid or payable under this Act qualify for input tax credit under the W.B.V.A.T Act, 2003?
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Is entry tax payable on stock transfer by a dealer (Regd. or un-regd.) from its one branch to another branch in West Bengal only?
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If goods dispatched from another State for immediate export to Bangladesh/Bhutan enters into local area in West Bengal, will entry tax become payable?
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Is entry tax payable on purchases made from a registered dealer of West Bengal who has already paid entry tax on those goods, assuming the goods enter into local area ?X? from local area ?Y??
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Is it true that all existing registered dealers under W.B.V.A.T. Act, 2003 or W.B.S.T. Act, 1994 will be deemed to be registered under this Act w.e.f. 01.04.2012?
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