As per the Draft E-waybill rules, during the transit of the material, if the vehicle is intercepted and detained for more than 30 minutes by the inspection authorities, the transporter can lodge a complaint online with all the details on the common portal using the FORM GST INS- 04.
As per the Draft e-waybill rules, the transporter or the person carrying the goods or conveyance should carry the tax invoice or delivery challan or bill of supply along with the copy of e-waybill or e-waybill number mapped to RFID device.
As per the draft e-waybill rules, on the generation of the e-waybill on the common portal using the FORM GST INS-01, a unique e-waybill number (EBN) shall be made available to the supplier, recipient of goods and the transporter.
Every registered tax payer has to issue an electronic waybill aka e-waybill if the consignment value is more than Rs 50,000 (fifty thousand) for the following cases, a) in relation to a supply, b) for reasons other than supply (job work, moving out machinery for repairs) and c) on purchases from unregistered persons.
The last set of FORM GST MIS forms as per GST Revised Returns Rules are FORM GST MIS-5 & FORM GST MIS-6. These are issued by the common portal if there is any discrepancy between the data of the supplier and the e-commerce portal uploaded in the respective returns. The discrepancy will be communicated to the supplier in FORM GST MIS-5 and the e -commerce operator in FORM GST MIS-6.
Under the Revised GST Return Rules, FORM GST MIS – 4 will be generated by the common portal to show the reduction of the output liability on account of rematching of records of the recipient.
One more form is given in the Revised GST Returns Rules, FORM GST MIS – 3 will show data for the records which are initially mismatched and rejected and later on matched resulting in the reduction of the output liability will be shown in the report FORM GST MIS – 3.
Another new form “FORM GST MIS-2” has been introduced in the Revised Return Rules. This form will be issued to the supplier of the goods and services in cases of mismatch between the supplier’s and recipient’s records in cases where the recipient has claimed excess input tax credit or the supplier has not uploaded his records in the GSTR – 1.
A new form has been introduced in the Revised Return Rules called FORM GST MIS – 1, and this form will be made available on the common portal. It will contain the list of invoices which are matched by the supplier’s records, re-credit is taken in input tax on account of matching subsequently or recredit on making suppliers payment where ITC is reversed for non-payment, excess ITC claimed or when the claim is taken twice on the same invoice.