E-Way-Bill-Rejection

E-Way Bill Rejection

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E-Way Bill Rejection

After creating the e-way bill, the supplier or the recipient of the goods may choose to reject the bill if necessary. The e-way bill portal made provision for the registered users for e-way bill rejection in addition to e-way bill cancellation. The registered person may use the  E-way bill rejection feature if the taxpayer received intimation of an e-way bill being generated by other taxpayers against his/her GSTIN with the other party being a supplier or recipient. However, the supplier of the goods may also choose to cancel the e-way bill within 24 hours of generation in case of non-movement of goods or any error occurred in the e-way bill generated.

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Who can use the E-Way bill option?

A Person who created or generated the e-way bill with details of delivering the goods can reject the bill. However, after the supplier of the goods generates the e-way bill, the recipient of the goods shall receive the intimation of the bill generated. At this point, the recipient of the goods may choose to reject the bill, if generated without or against the intimation. However, the recipient of the goods should reject the e-way bill before 72 hours, or the generated bill shall apply as accepted.

E-way Bill Rejection

The person generated the E-way bill can also choose to cancel the e-way bill if termed necessary. For instance, if a taxpayer generates an e-way bill and the transporter of the supplier unable to provide the goods to the recipient, the person may choose to cancel within 24 hours.

E-way bill rejection is performed on a bill generated by another taxable person or transporter against the GSTIN of the taxpayer. In this scenario, if the recipient chooses to reject the bill as generated by the supplier and the person shall do so through the portal shall stand rejected. Hence, if the recipient failed to get the consignment as mentioned in the e-Way Bill, he/she can reject them using this option.

How to Reject E-way Bill

To view the e-way bill generated against the taxpayers GSTIN, the user can run a report by selecting the date on which the e-Way Bill was generated and click the submit button. In the following screen, the portal displays all the e-way bills generated on that particular date. The recipient can choose the e-way bill for rejection by checking the checkbox on the right side of the e-Way Bill and click on submit. After selecting the bill for rejection, the On submission, the e-way bill would be cancelled.

As the other party, one can communicate the acceptance or rejection of a consignment specified in the e-Way Bill. If the acceptance or rejection is not communicated within 72 hours from the time of generation of e-way Bill, it is deemed that he has accepted the details.

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