There is separate branch in Cantt Board, Danapur known as Tax Branch, which consists as follow:-
1. Tax Superintendent
2. One (1) Tax Clerk
3. One (1) Cashier
4. Four (4) Tax Collectors
5. One (1) Market Supervisor
6. Four (4) Market Moharrir
7. One (1) Office peon
Duties of Tax Branch:-
Is related with collection of Taxes, Non taxes and imposing different type of taxes/Non taxes fees. To increase the income of the Board it has its own market stalls, Tin shop, sheds from which handsome income as rent are derived.
1. Property Tax 300/-
2. House Tax 12.5%
3. Latrine Tax 4.5%
4. Water Tax 10%
5. Light Tax 3%
6. Trade & Profession Tax
7. Copying Fee 300/-
Non Taxes is also taken which are as follows.
1. Water rate
2. Annual Contract
3. Market stall
4. Tin shop
5. Shopping Complex
6. Pethiya market shop
7. Market Collection
To increase the income to enhance taxes by Triennial Assessment of the holdings. Board has so many sources from which it can raise income but above all source of income cantonment Board Danapur is stated aided Board. Therefore Board has decided to impose vehicle entry fee which will being a good income to the Board.
Sh. Deepak Kumar Shrivastava is Tax Superitendent in Tax Branch. He deal all work related with Tax Branch. Invites tender to finalize annual contract. All such above noted works are being done under the supervision of Tax Superitendent. He also bears responsibilities for collection of different types of taxes and revenues.
Process of change of name in Tax Register under section 81 of Cantt Act 2006:-
- Whenever the title of any person primarily liable for the payment of a tax on the annual rate able value of any building or land to or over such building or land is transferred, the person, whose title is transferred and the person to whom the same is transferred shall, within three months after the execution of the instrument of transfer or after its registration. If it is registered, or after the transfer is effected, if no instrument is executed, give notice of such transfer to the Chief Executive Officer.
- In the event of death of any person primarily liable as aforesaid, the person on whom the title of the deceased devolves shall give notice of such devolution to the Chief Executive Officer within six months from the death of the deceased.
- The notice to be given under this section shall be in such form as may be determined by rules made under section 346, and the transferee or other person on whom the title devolves shall, if so required, be bound to produce before the Chief Executive Officer any documents evidencing the transfer or devolution.
- Every person who makes a transfer as aforesaid without giving such notice to the Chief Executive Officer shall continue liable for the payment of all taxes assessed on the property transferred until he gives notice or until the transfer has been recorded in the register s of the Board, but nothing in this section shall e held to affect the liability of the transferee for the payment of the said tax.
- The Chief Executive Officer shall record every transfer or devolution of title notified to him under sub-section (1) or sub-section (2) in the assessment list and other tax registers of the Board.
- Any failure to comply with the provisions contained in sub-sections (1) to (3) shall be punishable with fine which may extend to ten thousand rupees.
This clause provides for the procedure to be followed in cases where the title of any person primarily liable for the payment of a tax is transferred whether through an instrument or in the event of death, in so far as such transfer relates to the payment of taxes.