EASE OF DOING BUSINESS
STATE BUSINESS REFORMS ACTION PLAN-2017
 
Excise & Taxation Department Haryana administers and enforces the following Taxation Laws:
  a) The Haryana Value Added Tax Act, 2003
  b) The Central Sales Tax Act, 1956
  c) The Haryana Tax On Luxuries Act, 2007
  d) The Punjab Entertainments Duty Act, 1955 (as applicable to Haryana)
"To establish a business involving sale and purchase of goods in the State, an industry/business will be required to get Registration under the Haryana Value Added Tax Act, 2003 and under the CST Act, 1956. A business need not to get registration before operations, however, may seek voluntary registration at pre-establishment, pre-Operation and establishing stage.

The Hotel Industry or Banqueting business needs to get registration under the Haryana Tax On Luxuries Act, 2007

A business providing entertainment against payment is required to get registration under the Punjab Entertainments Duty Act, 1955 (as applicable to Haryana)"

The Haryana Tax on Entry of Goods into Local Areas Act, 2008 has been held unconstitutional by the Hon’ble Punjab and Haryana High Court vide Order dated 01.10.2008
Registration Under the Haryana Value Added Tax Act, 2003 and the
Central Sales Tax Act, 1956
Procedure Document Required Fees Timelines Checklist
User Manual As given in User Manual (Page 27-29) HVAT- Rs. 500/-
CST-Rs. 25/-
15 Days As given in User Manual (Page 27-29)
 
Registration Under The Haryana Tax On Luxuries Act, 2007
Procedure Document Required Fees Timelines Checklist
User Manual As given in User Manual (Page 21) Rs. 500/- 15 Days As given in User Manual (Page 21)
 
Registration Under Punjab Entertainments Duty Act, 1955
 (as applicable to Haryana)
Procedure Document Required Fees Timelines Checklist
User Manual As given in User Manual (Page 20) NA 15 Days As given in User Manual (Page 20)
 
Inspection of Business Premises for HVAT Registration
Procedure Document Required Fees Timelines Checklist
1. On receipt of complete application for registration in all respects from the applicant dealer the application will be sent by the receiving officer to the ETO cum Assessing Authority of the concerned ward.
2. The ETO cum Assessing Authority shall mark the application for registration to the Taxation Inspector for verifying the contents of the application.
3. The Taxation Inspector shall visit the premises of the applicant only in cases where the applicant is covered under High Risk category. He will make verifications of the points mentioned in the checklist provided.
4. The Taxation Inspector shall examine the application and conduct inquiry and submit inquiry report within 48 hours from the date of visit.
5. In case any deficiency is noticed by the assessing authority, he shall issue a notice to the applicant within five days from the receipt of the application to remove the deficiency within a further period of five days. In case the applicant fails to remove the deficiency within the stipulated period, the application shall be liable to be rejected and the applicant will have to file fresh application for seeking registration.
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Implementation of Single ID System
Grant of Registration under HVAT Act, 2003/ CST Act, 1956 within One working day
EoDB- Usage dashboard for applications received