Download Goa Vat Form – XXIII

Download Goa Vat Form – Vat XXIII Certificate Of Recovery Of Arrears

As per Goa Vat Rule 41 Recovery of arrears.

(1) when a dealer or a person, from whom any amount of tax or penalty has been demanded by issue of a notice or order, fails to pay the demanded amount within the time specified in the notice or order, or on expiry of extended time, if any, granted for making such payment, the Appropriate Assessing Authority shall issue for the purpose of recovery of the arrears from the defaulter or other person responsible for the payment , a certificate for the recovery of the amount due in Form VAT-XXIII.

(2) The certificate referred to in sub-rule(1) shall be the basis to proceed to recover the amount due as arrears of land revenue, in case such recovery is to be effected by the officer authorised by the Government under provisions of section 64 of the Act, and for the same purpose of recovery the relevant provisions contained in the Goa Land Revenue Code , 1968 (Act No 9 of 1969), and rules made there under shall be applicable.

The certificate referred to in sub-rule(1) shall serve as requisition for the authority competent to make the recovery of the amount due as arrears of land revenue under the provisions contained in the Goa Land Revenue Code ,1968 and rules made there under, in all cases wherein no officer is authorised by the Government under the act to exercise the powers of a Collector under the said Goa Land Revenue Code ,1968 for the purpose of recovering the dues as arrears of land revenue.

(4) In all cases wherein the defaulter or other person responsible for the payment of the amount due is residing or is having property outside the district, the Appropriate Assessing Authority shall send the certificate referred to in sub-rule(1) to the officer authorised by the Government under section 64 of the Act , or to the Collector of the District if no officer is authorised under the said section 64 of the Act soliciting that the same may be sent to the Collector of the other District wherein the defaulter or person responsible for the payment of the dues is residing or is having property. Such certificate shall be sent by the Appropriate Assessing Authority himself, if he is the officer authorised by the Government under the said section 64 of the Act.

Whenever the amount of arrears recovered by the Collector of

other District are remitted to the Appropriate Assessing Authority ,

the said authority shall take immediate steps to enter the same

amount into the Government Treasury.

(5) Certificate referred to in sub-rule(1) shall be issued in respect of each

defaulter or person responsible for payment of arrears.

(6) The officer referred to in sub-rule(2) and the authorities referred to in sub-rules(3) and (4), as the case may be , shall keep informed the Appropriate Assessing Authority about the step taken in the matter of recovery of arrears when such information is called for by the said Appropriate Assessing Authority, and shall report to him as soon as the recovery is made, the amount recovered giving the particulars of the recovery, namely, the date on which the recovery is made, the name of the treasury wherein the amount is entered , and the date of challan under which the amount is paid into the treasury.

(7)On the basis of the report of payment referred to in sub-rule(6) received from the concerned authorities, the Appropriate Assessing Authority shall cause to make the necessary entries in the assessment case record of the dealer and other office record maintained.

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