Section 7A of Sales Tax Act, 1990 has defined levy and collection of tax on goods.
Following is the text of section 7A of Sales Tax Act, 1990:
7A. Levy and collection of tax on specified goods on value addition. – (1) Notwithstanding anything contained in this Act or the rules made there under, the Federal Government may specify, by notification in the official Gazette, that sales tax chargeable on the supply of goods of such description or class shall, with such limitations or restrictions as may be prescribed, be levied and collected on the difference between the value of supply for which the goods are acquired and the value of supply for which the goods, either in the same state or on further manufacture, are supplied.
(2) Notwithstanding anything contained in this Act or the rules made thereunder, in respect of the goods or class of goods specified in the Twelfth Schedule, the minimum value addition tax, against the value added by the registered person, shall be payable, at the rate and by the registered persons or class of registered persons, specified therein, subject to the conditions, limitations, restrictions and procedure specified therein:
Provided that the Federal Government may, through a notification published in the official Gazette, amend any provision of the said Twelfth Schedule.
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