March 10, 2023
Riddhi Thakrar

FAQs answered on GST Eway Bills

General FAQs

What is the standard website for creating e-way bills? is the common website for creating e-way bills.

What am I supposed to do if my mobile device isn't receiving OTP?

If you haven't turned on your phone's "Do Not Disturb (DND)" feature, your service provider's network might be congested. Receiving OTP has another option, and it can be delivered to your email address.

The e-way bill service is sluggish; what should I do?

Please check the connectivity of your internet.

What must I do if the menu list or pages for an e-way bill don't display correctly?

Please verify that your system has the newest edition of the browser recommended by the e-way bill site. You should also check the browser's security settings and the system's display settings. Internet Explorer 11 or later, Firefox 43.5 or later, and Chrome 45 or later are the recommended browsers for viewing the site.

Registration FAQ

I'm already logged in to the GST Portal. Do I have to re-register on that eWay Portal?

Yes. All GST-registered individuals are required to create an account using their GSTIN on the e-way bill website at After entering the GSTIN, the device will send an OTP to the user's registered cellphone number with the GST Portal, which must be authenticated before the user may generate their login credentials for the e-way bill system. After creating a login and password of their choosing, the user can then start entering data to create an e-way bill.

The system always tells me 'you have already registered' when I try to sign up. What should I do?

This proves that you (using your GSTIN) already have enrolled on the e-way bill website and set up your user name and password. Please log in to the e-way bill system using these credentials. Please utilize the "Forgot Username" or "Forgot Password" functionality offered on the site to retrieve your username or establish a new password if necessary if you've been forgotten either.

How can I fix the problem when the system tells me there is no (Mobile) contact with this GSTIN in the GST Common Portal whenever I try to register?

This is a sign that the e-way bill system has been unable to obtain your GSTIN's contact information, including your phone number and email address, from the GST Public Portal ( For assistance, please call 0120-4888999 for GST.

The system always displays "Invalid GSTIN" or "The information for this GSTIN is not accessible in the GST Common Portal" whenever I try to register using my GSTIN. What should I do to fix this problem?

This is a sign that you entered your GSTIN incorrectly or that the GST Common Portal does not have your GSTIN details. Please double-check the GSTIN you submitted or visit the GST website ( to view the information of your GSTIN underneath the "Search Taxpayer" page.

The system consistently displays the incorrect address or cell phone number whenever I try to register. What should I do to fix this problem?

This suggests that you may have recently updated your company registration information in the GST Shared Portal. To retrieve the most recent information from the GST Standard Portal, please click the "Update from Common Portal" button on the e-way bill gateway. If incorrect data is still displayed even after taking this action, kindly change the information in the GST common portal by using the amending process.

Enrollment FAQs

Why should the transporter sign up for the e-way bill system?

There could be some carriers who move items for their customers despite not being registered under the Goods and Services Tax Act. In order to receive a 15 digit Distinctive Transporter Id, they must enroll on the e-way bill site.

What is Transporter ID or TRANSIN?

When an unregistered transporter enrolls in the system, the EWB system generates a 15-digit unique number called a TRANSIN, which is based on the state code, PAN, and check sum digit and is similar to the GSTIN format. The transporter can provide his clients access to this TRANSIT or Transporter id so they can enter it when creating e-waybills to allocate products for transportation.

How does a transporter who is not registered obtain a special ID or transporter ID?

The necessary information for enrollment in the EWB portal must be provided by the transporter. The EWB system generates the transporter id after receiving the necessary data. The user manual contains specific information on the data that must be provided.

My PAN information is not legitimate, according to the system, hence I am unable to register as a transporter.

This shows that the PAN name and number that you submitted did not pass validation by the CBDT/Income Tax system. Enter the name and number exactly as they appear in the income tax database.

My Aadhaar information is not legitimate, according to the system, thus I can't sign up to be a transporter.

This is a sign that the Aadhaar system is not validating the Aadhaar Number, Name in Aadhaar, or Mobile Number that you supplied. Please enter accurate information. The PAN Number may also be used in place of an Aadhaar number throughout the enrollment procedure.

Every time I attempt to register as a transporter, the system informs me that I am already registered under the GST system and should use that GSTIN to do so.

Given that the PAN you provided was validated, this proves that you are an enrolled taxpayer with a valid GSTIN. You can use your GSTIN instead of having to re-enroll as a transporter.

The system always tells me that I have already enrolled when I try to sign up to be a transporter.

This shows that you've previously generated your login details and registered for the e-way bill portal using your PAN and other information about your firm. To access the e-way bill system, kindly utilize them. Please use the "Forgot Username" or "Forgot Password" facility on the website to retrieve your username or establish a new password if necessary if you've been forgotten either.

Login FAQs

When I try to log in, the system always says "Invalid Login... Please double-check your password and username. What should I do to fix this problem?

This is a sign that the username and password you are using to log into the e-way bill system are invalid. Please verify the login credentials (username and password) being used. Please use the "Forgot Username" or "Forgot Password" facility on the portal to retrieve your username or establish a new password if necessary if you have lost either.

The system always tells me "Your account has been frozen" when I try to log in. What should I do to fix this problem?

This is a sign that your profile has been frozen, possibly as a result of the cancellation of your registration or the deactivation of your GSTIN on the GST Common Portal. Please go to the 'Search Taxpayer' option on the GST Common Portal ( to find out the status of your GSTIN. If you have trouble logging in to the e-Way Bill portal but can log in to the GST portal, please file a complaint at

If I can't remember my username or password, what should I do?

Use the "Forgot Username" or "Forgot Password" functionality offered on the website to retrieve your username or establish a new password in the event that you have forgotten either. After confirming their identity with an OTP, the user must provide certain information before receiving their username and password.

E-way bill FAQs

Why is an e-way bill necessary?

According to Section 68 of the Act, the Government may demand that the person in charge of a carriage transporting any shipment of goods with a value greater than a certain amount be in possession of the documentation and equipment that may be stipulated. In certain prescribed instances, the e-way bill is needed for transportation for the assignment of goods according to Rule 138 of the CGST Regulations, 2017. Hence, an e-way bill produced by the common site is necessary.

Who is capable of producing an e-way bill?

The e-way bill can be produced by the consignor or consignee in their capacity as a registered individual or a carrier of the goods. Unregistered transporters are permitted to register on the web console and create e-way bills for the transfer of goods on behalf of their clients. Anyone can sign up and create an electronic waybill for their personal usage for the transfer of goods.

What should be done if there is an error or incorrect input in the e-way bill?

The e-way bill cannot be altered or corrected if an error, erroneous, or wrong entry is made. The only choice is to cancel the existing e-way bill and create a new one with accurate information.

Whether an e-way bill is necessary for every shipment of goods?

All commodities, with the exception of those that are exempt under the announcements or rules, must be transported using an e-way bill. Even though the value of the cargo is less than 50,000 rupees, an e-way bill is still necessary for the movement of products for job-work or handicraft purposes. For more exemptions, please revert to the e-way bill regulations.

The e-way bill has a validity time, right?

Yes. The distance that the products must be transported determines whether the e-way bill is valid. For every 100 KMs or portion of its movement in the event of a standard vehicle or transportation method, one day's validity has been offered. Moreover, one day's validity is offered for Over Dimensional Freight Vehicles every 20 KMs or portion of their trip. Also, this validity ends at midnight on the last day.

Which transactions call for an electronic way bill?

E-way bills are required for the shipment of products in connection with all types of transactions, including outbound supplies made within the State or across state lines and incoming supplies made within the State or across state lines, including those made by unregistered individuals or for purposes other than supply. For details, please refer to the applicable notifications or rules. Nevertheless, as of April 1, 2018, only motorway movement will need an e-way. The need for an electronic means will be announced subsequently for intrastate transit.

What does a Part-A Slip mean?

After inputting all the information in PART-A, a temporary number called Part-A Slip is generated. This can be used subsequently to register the PART-B and create the E-way Bill by the transporter or you. When you have an invoice generated for a commercial transaction but lack the transportation information, this will be helpful. As a result, you can input invoice information in Part A of an e-way bill and have it handy to enter transportation information in Part B.

When I submit the information in the e-way bill form, why does the system only produce a Part-A Slip instead of an e-way bill?

The system will display the PART-A slip if you don't submit the vehicle information for transport by road or the transport documentation number for other circumstances. That suggests that the e-way bill creation process has not been finished by you. E-way bills are only generated if Part-B details are entered.

How can I create an e-way bill using a Part-A Slip?

User input known as a Part-A Slip is used to temporarily store document details on an electronic waybill system. The individual may input the Part-B details & create the e-way bill for the movement of goods after the goods are prepared for transportation from the place of business and the transportation information is known. Part-B details turn the Part-A slip into an e-way bill as a result.

What paperwork needs to be transported with the products being transported?

The individual in charge of a transportation must have a duplicate of the e-way bill number created by the common portal as well as the invoice, bill of supply, delivery challan, and bill of entry, if applicable. Please cite references.

When a taxpayer transports products by himself, how does he enter Part-A information and produce an e-way bill?

Taxpayers occasionally desire to transport the items themselves. The user must input their transporter ID or vehicle identification number in the E-way bill Portal. So, he can enter his GSTIN in the carrier Id box and generate Part-A Slip if he decides to move the products himself. This tells the system that he is a transporter, and when the details of the conveyance are available, he can input them in Part-B.

If the consignor or consignee does not have a GSTIN, what should be entered in the GSTIN column?

The user must enter "URP" [Unregistered Person] in the corresponding GSTIN column if the consignor and consignee is an unregistered taxpayer and does not have a GSTIN.

When does the e-way bill become valid?

The e-way bill's validity begins with the first entry in Part-B, which is either the first entry of a vehicle for road transportation or the first entry of a transport document number for rail, air, or ship transportation, depending on the mode of transit. It should be highlighted that validity for additional items in Part-B is not recalculated.

Can you change or update the e-way bill?

Once generated, the e-way bill cannot be changed or updated. Only Part-B is updatable. However, if the wrong information was used to generate the e-way bill, it can be annulled and generated again. A cancellation must be made within twenty-four hrs of the generation time.

The system does not let you alter the details before submission. What's the cause?

Before submission, the system permits revision of e-way bill entries. But, if the details of the products or commodities are entered, it won't be possible to alter some fields because the tax rates would change. Please remove the products, edit the necessary fields, and then re-enter the products to enable this.

When we attempt to enter the car number, the system displays the message "Invalid Format". What's the cause?

You must enter the car number details in the right format as required by the system. Please refer to the format information in the vehicle entry field's assistance section.

How can I create an electronic waybill for several invoices from the same consignment and consignee?

If the supplier issues more than one invoice to the recipient, or if the identical consignor and consignee are included on more than one invoice, then several EWBs must be prepared. In other words, regardless of whether the consignors or consignees involved are the same or different, one EWB must be generated for each invoice. It is not possible to combine many invoices into a single EWB. However, if the products are transported in a single truck, one Consolidation EWB can be generated after creating all of these EWBs.

What should the carrier do if the consignee refuses to accept the goods or rejects them for any other reason?

Consignees or recipients occasionally choose not to accept deliveries for a variety of reasons. In these situations, the transporter might request the creation of another e-way bill from the supplier or recipient, designating the supply as a "Sales Return," and attaching the necessary paperwork before returning the items to the provider in accordance with their arrangement.

Can I prolong the e-way bill's expiration date?

If the consignment cannot make it to its destination within the period prescribed owing to exceptional circumstances like a natural disaster, problems with law and order, a delay in trans-shipment, a vehicle accident, etc., one may, in fact, prolong the duration of the e-way bill. In extending the validity period, the transporter must give a detailed explanation of this cause.

How can I make my e-way bill's validity longer?

The validity period can be extended using an e-way bill. E-way bills can be extended using this option both before and after the validity period of 4 hours has passed. Transporter will input the e-way bill number, the cause for the extension request, the starting location, the expected trip distance, and Part-B information here. It should be emphasized that he is unable to alter Part-specifics. A's Taking into account the remaining distances to travel, he will receive the extended validity.

Who has the authority to extend an e-way bill's validity?

When the validity term expires, the transporter carrying the shipment in accordance with the e-way bill system has the option to prolong it.

How does the taxpayer for transport identify or assign the e-way charge to the transporter?

The taxpayer has the option to input the carrier id in the transportation details area when creating an e-way bill. The e-way bill will be issued to that transporter if he enters the 15-digit transporter ID given to him by his transporter. The transporter can then log in and amend additional transportation information in Part B of the eway bill.

Updating details in the bill FAQs

Is Part-B a requirement for an e-way bill?

Only after Part-B has been input is the E-Way bill finished. If not, the EWB printout would not be valid for the transfer of goods. The Part-B of the e-way bill must be completed in order to move the goods, with the exception of moves within the same state between consignor and transporter locations if the distance is under 50 kilometers.

Can I move items using an e-way bill without a vehicle's information on it?

No. The products must be transported using an e-way bill that includes the vehicle number that is transporting the goods. The vehicle number is not necessary, however, if the products are carried within a State for a range of less than fifty kilometers from the consignor's place of business to the transporter's location for additional transit. The transfer of goods from the business address of the transporter to the business address of the consignee has been granted a similar exemption up to 50 KM.

Is an e-way bill necessary to transport a shipment to the weighbridge for weighing?

No e-Way bill is necessary to move goods up to a distance of 20 km within the same State from the consignor's place of business to a weighbridge for just about or from a weighbridge back to the consignor's place of business, provided the movement of the goods is preceded by a delivery challan issuance in accordance with Rule 55.

The vehicle registration for the e-way bill can be updated by whomever?

The e-way bill's creator or the transporter they designated to handle that specific e-way bill can edit the vehicle number.

Can any other transporter enter or alter Part-B of the e-way bill?

PART-B of the EWB can be updated or filled out by the current transporter. For additional consignment movement, the e-way bill may be transferred from one carrier to another. In this case, Part-B of the EWB may be updated by the most recent transporter assigned to that e-way bill.

What steps must be taken if the vehicle carrying the goods and bearing an e-way bill is changed?

The vehicle identification that is actually transporting the items should always be listed on the electronic waybill. After creating the e-way bill, beginning the movement of the products, trans-shipment, or vehicle breakdown, it can be necessary to update the vehicle number. In these situations, the carrier or producer of the EWB might update the Part B of the EWB with the new vehicle number.

How many times may an e-way bill's Part-B or vehicle identification number be updated?

The user has unlimited opportunities to change Part-B (Vehicle information) in order to convey items to their destination. However, the updating must be completed throughout the term of validity.

Can an authorised transporter transfer the e-way bill entry to another transporter?

To continue moving the goods, the authorised transporter may transfer the e-way bill to any registered or licensed transporter. Thus, the Part-B of the EWB is the only part of the transporter that can be updated.

When is the user necessary to provide the information for the transport document in the case of goods being transported by rail, air, or ship, as this information is only available after the products have been submitted to the appropriate authority?

The Part B of the e-way bill may be updated before or after the start of movement when the items are transported by rail, air, or ship. However, if the products are being transported by train, the railroads must not deliver the items until they have received the e-way bill required by these regulations at the point of delivery.

In order to go to the destinations, the transporter must manage many e-way bills that are transshipped from one location to another in various vehicles.

Before the goods arrive at their destination, some transporters transfer the consignments in accordance with the movement of the vehicles from one location to another. Before a shipment reaches its destination, it may be carried through 8–10 branches of the transporter. The consignments travel in various vehicles from various locations to the specific branch of the carrier. To be transported to various locations in various vehicles, these consignments are sorted. Now, the relevant branch user can create a "Consolidated EWB" for several EWBs that are travelling in a single vehicle to the next branch or destination rather than updating its vehicle for each individual EWB.

Canceling e-way bills FAQS

Is it possible to cancel or erase the e-way bill?

Once created, the e-way bill cannot be removed. Within 24 hours of generation, the generator can, however, cancel it. A specific EWB cannot be cancelled if it has been confirmed by the appropriate official. Additionally, if the products are not delivered or are not carried in accordance with the information provided in the e-way bill, the e-way bill may be cancelled.

Is it possible to cancel or erase the e-way bill?

Once created, the e-way bill cannot be removed. Within 24 hours of generation, the generator can, however, cancel it. A specific EWB cannot be cancelled if it has been confirmed by the appropriate official. Additionally, if the products are not delivered or are not carried in accordance with the information provided in the e-way bill, the e-way bill may be cancelled.

whether it is possible to cancel the e-way bill? If so, under what conditions?

The answer is yes if the products are not carried or have not been transported in accordance with the information provided in the e-way bill. Within 24 hours of its generation, the e-way charge may be cancelled.

Is an e-way bill necessary in the event that it is cancelled during travel, such as when it is being moved or when the transporter is storing it in a warehouse?

A document called a "e-way bill" is needed to transport items from the supplier's location to the recipient's location. Hence, a valid e-way bill must always be included with items in motion (even when they are stored inside the transporter's godown although if godown is situated in recipient's city/town prior to delivery).

Rejecting the bill FAQs

who has the authority to reject the electronic way bill. Why?

The person who arranges for the delivery of the products must create the electronic waybill, which must include the information for the recipient of the items. The opposite party can view the e-way bill created using his or her GSTIN by using a feature in the common portal. One might express their approval or disapproval of the consignment mentioned in the e-way bill as the other party. It shall be assumed that he has accepted the specifics if the approval or rejection is not expressed within 72 hours after the creation of the e-way Bill or the delivery of the products, whichever comes first.

Consolidated bills FAQS

What exactly is a combined e-way bill?

A consolidated e-way bill is a record that gathers all of the e-way bills for all of the consignments being transported by a single vehicle (goods vehicle). In other words, the transporter can generate and carry a single consolidated e-way bill for all the consignments it is transporting rather than carrying separate e-way bills for each consignment.

Who has the ability to create a combined e-way bill?

To move many consignments in one vehicle, a transporter can create aggregated e-way bills.

What is the unified e-way bill's validity?

Consolidated EWBs, which are similar to trip sheets and contain information about several EWBs in relation to various consignments being carried in a single vehicle, will each have a distinct validity term. Consolidated EWB lacks an independent validity period as a result. The Consolidated EWB specifies that each shipment must arrive at its destination within the individual EWB's validity period.

What steps must be taken if the automobile number for the combined e-way bill needs to be changed?

The regenerate CEWB' option is present under the 'Consolidated EWB' menu. Using this choice, you can modify the Consolidated EWB's vehicle number without modifying the individual EWBs. This results in a new CEWB that must be transported with a new vehicle. Old CEWB will no longer be used.

How may the taxpayer make an e-way bill using the SMS facility?

The taxpayer must register the cellphone numbers on the e-way bill system via which he plans to create the e-way bill. For more information, please refer to the user guide for SMS-based e-way bill creation that is available on the portal.

How does the Android app for creating e-way bills work for the taxpayer?

Under the e-way bill system, the taxpayer must register the IMEI (International Mobile Equipment Identification) numbers of the mobile devices he plans to use to generate the e-way bill. For more information, please refer to the available on the portal user handbook for the mobile app-based e-way bill generation system.

How may a mobile app be downloaded?

The mobile app is only accessible to enrolled transporters and taxpayers. It isn't offered in the Play Store. The primary user must log in and choose "for mobile app" from the registration option. The computer prompts you to choose a user or sub-user and input the user's IMEI number. After entering it, the concerned user receives a link to the app's download page on his registered mobile device. The user must now click that link to obtain the application and allow for mobile installation.

Who may utilize a bulk generation facility?

This feature allows the user to generate many e-Way bills at once and upload multiple invoices. The payers or shippers who have computerized their invoice creation system are eligible to use this function. They can create bulk request for e-way bills in a document from their automated process in one step, upload it to the shared portal, and generate e-way bills all at once. By doing this, duplicate data entering into the e-way bill system is prevented, as well as data entry errors. The bulk production facility can be utilised by any taxpayer or shipper.

How does the registered user interface his or her system with the e-way bill system so that his or her system generates the e-way bills?

Using APIs, the registered people' system and the e-way bill system can be integrated. To use this service, the registered user must register the server information for the systems through which they wish to generate e-way bills using the e-way bill system's APIs. Please read the user manual for further information.

What does API Interface mean?

A site-to-site connection of two systems via an API interface. With the help of this, the taxpayer can connect his IT system to the EWB system and generate the EWB straight from his IT system without having to enter the necessary information into the Portal. This can avoid the chances of the duplicate entry. 

Other FAQs

How does a user of the e-way bill system become a transporter?

A verified GSTIN holder will often be listed as a supplier or receiver and be permitted to perform those roles. If a transporter is a registered GSTIN holder, he will generate EWB on the supplier's or recipient's behalf. While creating an EWB, he must input information for both the recipient and the supplier, neither of which are permitted.

The taxpayer must choose the "Register as Transporter" option under registration and edit his profile in order to switch from being a supplier or recipient to being a transporter. After logging out and back in again, the system switches the taxpayer to transporter and enables him to submit information for the supplier and receiver in the EWB.

I need sub-users, but why?

The taxpayer or authorised person typically cannot operate and produce EWBs themselves. If so, he may give his operator or staff permission to carry out that action. He would like not to withhold his user passwords from them. Some businesses do their company operations around-the-clock, and some businesses have many branches. In these cases, the primary user may establish sub-users and give them various roles. He can delegate EWB generation, rejection generation, or report creation tasks to various sub-users in accordance with requirements.

Why are these reports only accessible for a specific day?

A daily report may be generated by the user. The reports can only be created for one day due to the system's requirement for 24-hour operation. The user can alter the date and have a report generated for that time. The user is therefore recommended to create a report every day and save it on his system.

Why are masters required for entry?

The user client master, provider master, carrier master, and product master can all be entered into the EWB system. The development of an e-way bill will be easier for the user if he creates these masters. In other words, the system automatically fills in information such as the trade or legal name, GSTIN, address after a client or supplier types a few characters, HSN Code, tax rates, etc. Also, it prevents operator errors made when entering the information.

Is it possible for me to upload the masters I have on my system?

Yes, you can prepare the data according to the format specified in the tools choice in the website and upload it using the master option. This will allow you to upload your customers, suppliers, and product details into the e-way bill system.

A detaining report under the grievance menu what is it?

Transporters can register a detention report on the EWB Portal if their products or vehicles have been held by tax inspectors for longer than 30 minutes. This report will be sent directly to the assigned officer, who will then be able to take the necessary action.

When should a detention report be brought up?

The carrier may upload the aforementioned info in the EWB system in cases when a vehicle has been stopped and held for longer than thirty minutes. To address the complaint, the detention report would be given to the relevant senior GST State/Central officer.

Miscellaneous FAQs

Over Dimensional Cargo: What is it?

Over Dimensional Cargo is defined as cargo that exceeds the dimensions restrictions set out in rule 93 of the Central Motor Vehicle Regulations 1989 created according to the Motor Vehicles Act of 1988 and is transported as a single, indivisible unit.

How should the consignor authorise the transporter, e-commerce operator, and courier service to create PART-A of the e-way bill?

They both believe that doing the same is the best course of action. The department will assume that if a transporter, courier service, or e-commerce operator fills out PART-A, the consignor has given them permission to do so.

How can I carry an e-way bill when using public transportation?

While moving products by public transportation, the person in charge must create an electronic waybill, which he or she can present to the appropriate official in case of any verification.

What does the term "consignment value" mean?

It is the value of the items stated on an invoice, a bill of challan, or a delivery challan issued in relation to the specified consignment, as applicable. It also includes any applicable central tax, state or union territory tax, integrated tax, and cess. However, if the invoice is issued for both exempted parties, it will not include the value of the exempt supply of goods.

Is it necessary for railroads to transport e-way bills with commodities when moving products by rail?

There is no need to include an e-way bill when transporting products by railroads, but they must still include an invoice, delivery challan, or bill of supply, depending on the situation. Also, at the moment of delivery of the items, an e-way bill prepared for the movement must be produced. Railways are not permitted to make deliveries unless the e-way bill necessary by the rules is shown when the delivery is made. However, the phrase "transported by railroads" does not cover "lease of parcel space by Railways" for the purposes of an e-way bill.

Is an e-way bill required for the truck transporting goods from CSD to units run canteens?

No, these really are exempt supplies, and as such, they are not required to have an e-way bill.

Is an e-way bill necessary to transport empty freight containers?

No, such movement is not subject to the e-way bill.

Is an e-way bill necessary for the shipment of products that are under customs seal?

No, such movement is not subject to the e-way bill.

Does the transportation of goods in transit from or to Nepal/Bhutan require an e-way bill?

No, such movement is not subject to the e-way bill.

Is the temporary automobile number acceptable for the generation of e-way bills?

Yes, for bill purposes, a temporary vehicle number may also be entered as the vehicle number.

Is an electronic waybill necessary for the intra-state transfer of goods?

E-way bills are now only necessary for interstate movement of products. The demand for an e-way bill will be phased in for the movement of products within a state, and the rules will be announced separately by each state.

When DTA sales from SEZ/FTWZ occur, who is in charge of generating EWB?

There is no specific provision for such a supply, so the authorized person who moves the items must create the e-Way bill in accordance with the regulations.

Since expired property has no commercial worth, it is frequently returned to the seller for destruction by him or her due to legal and regulatory constraints. What should be done in these situations where expired stock is being transported?

Even when items are transferred for purposes other than supply, e-way bills are still necessary. In these situations, the basis for the generation of the e-way bill must be the Delivery Challan.

Does the "consignment value" need to include the shipping costs that E-commerce businesses charge even though they are not listed on the merchant's invoice?

The value of the products consigned would be the amount calculated in accordance with section 15's guidelines. Moreover, it will contain any applicable central tax, state or union territory tax, integrated tax, and cess. So, the "consignment value" does not necessarily need to include the delivery fees that are imposed by e-commerce companies.

Whether the assignment value should be calculated using the invoice value (including the value of services) or solely the value of the goods when an invoice is for both goods and services. Furthermore, in this scenario, is it necessary to record HSN-wise information of the service in Part A of the e-way bill?

Only the products are in motion, thus the shipment value and HSN must be established for them instead of the services, and an appropriate e-way bill must be created.


Refractory Bricks - GST Rates & HSN Code 6902
B2B Payments: All You Need To Know About.
GST Rate HSN Code for Fertilizers - Chapter 31