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here is one scenario. i have bought out some goods and due to some reasons i am returning it back. this can be done with the respective goods movement 102 or 122.

but how it will take place when the goods got warranty and its within the warranty period?

how about the imported goods?

how about the excisable goods?

here i want to know the complete cycle and the document flow with transaction codes.

thank you in anticipation

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    Posted on Jun 16, 2008 at 09:20 AM


    you can use MBRL for return delivery fo goods.

    For Imported Goods


    Normal practice is the Imported goods are not returned back because fo the cost involved,they will rework and use here otherwise they will scrap.

    The cost involved in returning the rejected goods has to be borne by the Vendor.

    For the rejected qty it will be adjusted in the next consignment

    For excise goods


    You can return using the movement 122 .you can raise excise invoice and the excise duty will be debited.

    This is the normal practice

    G.Ganesh Kumar

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  • Posted on Jun 16, 2008 at 10:05 AM

    hi buddy

    in add to the gopi i want to say that dont use 102 for material under warrenty use 122 so that u r entry of buy will remain as it is and when u give return entry of 122 will be done

    if vendor repair that and give back to u use movement 123

    gopi plz let me know if i am worng



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