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How to capture details of Immovable Property Transaction Based Report (Part D) for Form No. 61A

Report Generation and Validation Utility for Form 61A helps the Reporting Entity to report data for transactions exceeding a specific amount (as mentioned in the Rule 114E of the Income Tax Rules, 1962) in a financial year.

The step-by-step process to report details for Immovable Property Transaction-based reporting using the report generation utility (RGU) is as follows:

  1. Download the RGU from reporting portal and run the Utility.
  2. Choose the Statement of Financial Transaction (SFT) Code relevant to Immovable Property Transaction-Based Reporting (SFT – 012).
  3. Enter the Statement Details (Part A).
  4. For entering the details in Part D (Immovable Property Transaction-Based Reporting), any of the following methods can be used:
    1. Entering details manually in utility.
    2. Importing the details in utility by using CSVs.

Entering details manually in Utility

  1. Click on Add Row in the Transaction Details (Part D) tab and fill in the Transaction details (D.1 and D.2) in the utility.
  2. To add Person Details related to the transaction, select the relevant row from the Transaction Details table and click on Add Person Details.
  3. Enter the Person Details for the selected record which are to be populated.
  4. Add multiple address details for the person by clicking on Add Address Details while entering the personal details.
  5. Click Save to save the details and further validate the data entered. Click Generate to generate the XML.
  6. Save the XML in the desired location, prepare a secured statement package and submit the same using steps to submit the statement XML.

Importing the details in utility by using CSVs

For entering the details in Part D by importing CSV following steps to be followed:

  1. Click on Export Part D Template and save the CSV at the desired location.
  2. Open the CSV file and enter Transaction Details (D.2) along with Person Details (D.3) and one address of that person.
  3. Please use separate rows for entering Person details (D.3) for each person (Buyer/ Seller etc.) related to the transaction. Enter the same report serial number and same transaction details for all the persons related to the transaction.
  4. Once the data is entered in the CSV, save the CSV and import the same in utility by using the Import CSV Part D details button. The entered data is imported into the utility.
  5. Click Save to save the details and further, validate the data entered. Click Generate to generate the XML.
  6. Save the XML in the desired location, prepare a secured statement package and submit the same using steps to submit the statement XML.

Important: Multiple addresses of the same person (if any) can only be added manually through utility after importing Part D CSV.

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