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Ans: a) The C Form comes into picture when interstate trade takes place. The buyer dealer of different state issues C Form for compliance of CST Rules of the state of selling dealer. The buyer can purchase goods at concessional rates, against C Form, in the inter-state sale. C Form can be issued only by a registered dealer to another registered dealer.If the buyer dealer fails to provide C Form, the seller dealer has to pay full CST in due course b) The F form is required for stock transfer to branches / consignment agents or vice-versa from one state to another without attracting charge of CST. As per section 6A(1) of the CST Act, submission of F form with complete details of movement of goods is mandatory to prove stock transfer. Otherwise, the transaction will be treated as normal central sale for all purposes of CST Act including for charging CST at applicable rates. c) The H Form under CST is issued when the inter-state buyer is an exporter and buys the goods for the purpose of exports. If the exporter buyer (who belong to other state) issues H form, the selling dealer is not required to charge or pay any CST on the transaction.