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EXCISEABLE MATERIAL RETURN

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We have aleardy captured & post excise invoice as well as received goods. After few days we got the quality of material is not so good. so we want to return some quantity of material to vendor. so how can we proceed for excise part. one person told me to do in T-code- J1IIN. But I could not get it.

pl. help me how the excisable material will return to vendor as well as he will get the excise value as he was already deposited excise duty for his whole quantity.

nrk

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    Posted on Oct 26, 2010 at 11:32 AM

    Hi,

    Follow the Steps:

    1.MIGO -> Return delivery -> Material Document (Refer GR doc, system will determine movement type 122 MT automatically)

    2. J1IS u2013 Excise Invoice Other Movements, carefully need to check BED, ECS and SECess values to be reversed and click on u201CSaveu201D button to post the excise invoice.

    3. J1IV - Post and Print Outgoing Excise Invoice

    4. MIRO - Credit memo WRT original Purchase Order

    Regards,

    Biju K

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    Posted on Oct 26, 2010 at 11:38 AM

    HI,

    1.Reject the material against the Purchase order.

    2.Material document will be generated .

    3.With respect to above generated material document Goto J1IS,

    4.Select the Create Option

    5. Fill in the below mentioned details

    Ref.doc.type : MATD

    Doc Number :

    Doc Year

    Series Group :

    Excise Group :

    Sub Tran type : depending upon the business process

    Post the Document .

    Regards

    MK

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  • Posted on Oct 26, 2010 at 11:43 AM

    As explained by Bijay kumar Step 4 is not necessary if you have not done invoice.

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