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sanjeevbhatnagar20 Started The Discussion:

good morning to all my seniors,
i am working with cotractor(construction). we are working for various builders in ncr. i want to ask regarding cess which is coverd delhi, haryana & u.p for labour welfare i.e. 1% of total bill value. I want to ask who is responsible to deposit the cess contractor or builder?

sjibandash - Member Since: Dec 2007
The Contractor has to deposit the cess amount. See Builders Association Judgment by delhi High Court.

jpratap - Member Since: Oct 2008
Dear friends,

Re: Labour cess

It may be understood that the cess is to be paid by the person who incurs the cost of construction. In case a contractor undertakes to do construction work for the government or local authority etc., cess will be deducted from his bills and the government deptt is responsible for deduction of cess at source and to deposit the same with the Board. But it may be noticed that although it is deducted from the bills of the contractor but the element of cess is already embeded by him in his tender amount. So, ultimately, it is the department who is paying and not the contractor. However, in case of a private construction or construction by builder, the same has to be paid by the owner i.e. the one who incurs the cost of construction.

Best wishes

Jpratap

Anonymous  - 
Dear friends, I want to ask who is responsible to deposit the cess contractor or builder? vaibhav

gupta.devkumar@yahoo.com - Member Since: Jan 2012
Dear Sir,

Sub: Labour Cess

We are working with M/s JP Associated Limited, Pryagraj Thermal Power Project, Bara, Allahabad,i want to ask regarding cess which is coverd delhi, haryana & u.p for labour welfare i.e. 1% of total bill value. I want to ask who is responsible to deposit the cess contractor or builder?

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