1. Copy of Company Permanent Account Number.
2. Copy of Partnership Deed/Articles of Memorandum.
3. Copy of Rent/Lease agreement of premises /warehouse.
4. Copy of Ground plan of premises.
5. Copy of Board Resolution authorizing the officer concerned to sign, execute the application.
6. Contact details of Authorized officer.
7. Identity & address proof of the directors of the company.
8. Bank Account details.
9. Copy of IE Code registration number.
10. Copy of Sales Tax Registration number â€“ State & Central.
11. Details of three major excisable goods.
12. Declaration by the authorized officer.
13. Copy of Registration certificate issued under Shop & Establishment Act.
14. Copy of Permanent Income Tax A/c. No.
15. Ten Letterheads duly signed by Prop/Partner/Director with Designation stamp.
16. Four Passport size (Colour) Photographs of Signatory duly signed by signatory on.
17. Designation Rubber stamp to be sent with Prop/Partner/Director Rubber stamp.
Grant of Registration
After receipt of application for registration, the jurisdictional Superintendent is to grant registration within 30 days of the receipt of the application. The registration is in respect of premises & not a person.
Validity of Registration certificate
A registration certificate is valid till the relevant unit is engaged in manufacturing of excisable goods. The registration certificate is not required to be renewed.
Transferability of Registration certificate
Registration certificate is not transferable. When a registered person transfers his business to another person, the transferee has to obtain a fresh registration.
Requirement of Amendment in Registration certificate
When a registered firm undergoes a change in Constitution, the jurisdictional Range Officer is to be informed within 30 days of change for its incorporation in the registration certificate. In case a registered person desires to manufacture a new product, he is to get the product endorsed on his registration certificate.
Requirement of exhibition of Registration certificate
Every registered person is required to exhibit the registration certificate or a certified copy thereof in a conspicuous part of the registered premises.
A 100% Export Oriented Unit or a unit in Free Trade Zone licenced or appointed under the provisions of Customs Act, 1962, is deemed to be registered under the Central Excise law.
Surrender Registration certificate
When the registered person ceases to carry out the operation for which he is registered, he is required to surrender his registration certificate immediately to the Range Officer.
Duplicate registration certificate
The assesse can apply for a duplicate registration certificate to the jurisdictional Range Superintendent after depositing a fee of Rs.30/- through a TR-6 Challan in nominated branch of Punjab National Bank.