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Customs Duty
Levy and exemptions of duty
Terms to understand
Customs duty act __1962______
CBIC – Central Board of Indirect Taxation
Customs is levied by ___________ Government
GST has no impact on Basic Customs duty, Education cess, Anti
dumpling duty,Safeguard
Additional duties like Countervailing duty and special additional
duty of customs would be replaced with levy of IGST
Important definitions
Baggage: unaccompanied baggage but does not include motor
vehicles
Beneficial owner: It means any person on whose behalf the
goods are being imported or exported
Conveyance --- a vessel, aircraft and a vehicle
Customs Area- place where imported or exported goods are
kept
Customs Port- inland container depot
Customs Station – Customs port, airport or land station
Important terms
• Nautical mile = 1853 km
• Indian Exclusive Economic Zone - 200 nm
• Levy
Levy •Declaration of
liability
Assessment
•Quantification
of the amount
payable
Collection
• Tax
collected
4
Introduction Charging Section
Determination of
Taxable Event
Clearance for
Home
Consumption and
Warehousing
Date for
Determining the
Rate Of Duty and
Tariff Valuation
Duty Liability in
Certain Special
Circumstances
Date for
Determining the
Rate Of Duty and
Tariff Valuation
Goods Derelict,
Wreck
No Duty on
Pilfered Goods
Remission of Duty
on Goods Lost,
Destroyed or
Abandoned
Abatement of Duty
on Damaged or
Deteriorated
Goods
Denaturing or
Mutilation of
Goods
Exemption From
Customs Duty
Imported Goods
Used for Inward
Processing Of
Goods
Re-imported
Goods Used for
Outward
Processing
Availment of
Exemptions
Procedure and
Conditions
Introduction
The liability towards customs duty is broadly based upon the following 3 factors:
The goods, the point
and the circumstances
under which the
customs duty becomes
leviable
The procedure,
mechanism and
the
the
organization for determining
the amount of customs duty
and collection thereof
The exemption to the levy either
on grounds of morality or equity
or as a result of the discretionary
planning tax structure
powers vested in the
Government as a tool for
and
control of economic growth of
the country
6
7
Charging Section – Sec 12
This is the charging section of the Act
Duties of customs shall be levied on goods. However the levy is subject to the provisions with respect to
Section 13 - No duty on pilfered goods
Section 22 – Reduced duty on damaged goods
Section 23 – Remission of duty on destroyed goods
The goods shall be such as are imported or exported to or from India
The duty shall be charged at such rates as may be specified under the Customs Tariff Act, 1975
Government goods shall be treated at par with non-Governmental goods for the purposes of levy of customs duty
Indian Navy,
Equipmentsrequired by police
Ministry of Defence,
Coastal Guard
are fully exempt from customs
duty by specific notifications
However, imports by
8
Charge on goods
The charge of customs duty is considered to be on the goods and not on the
person importing them or paying the duty
Taxable event
Importation or exportation of goods into or out of India is the taxable event for payment of the duty of customs
Import means bringing into India from a place outside India
Export means taking out of India to a place outside India
Analysis of
Section 12
9
The main test for determining the taxable event is the happening of the event on which the charge is affixed
Imports
In case of goods cleared for home consumption
Import of goods will commence when they cross the territorial waters and is completed when they become
part of the mass of goods within the country
The taxable event being reached at the time when the goods reach the customs area and Bill of Entry for
home consumption is filed
In case of goods cleared for warehousing
The custom barriers would be crossed when they are sought to be taken out of
customs and brought to the mass of goods in the country
Exports
Export of goods is complete when the goods cross the territorial waters of India
Determination of Taxable Event
In case of clearance for home consumption, the customs duty on import of the goods has been
discharged and the goods are cleared for utilization or consumption
However, the goods may instead of being cleared for home consumption be deposited in warehouse
and cleared at a later time
When the goods are deposited in the warehouse the collection of customs duty will be deferred till
such goods are cleared for home consumption
In case of clearance for warehousing, the importer shall execute a bond with the Government binding
himself for a sum equal to twice the amount of duty assessed on the goods at the time of import
Distinction between Clearance for Home
Consumption
10
and Clearance for Warehousing
Case
Date for Determining the Rate Of Duty
andTariff Valuation – Sec 15
11
Goods entered for home consumption
Determination Date
Date of presentation of bill of entry
OR
Date of entry inwards of the vessel/arrival of the
aircraft or vehicle,
whichever is later.
Goods cleared for home consumption
from the warehouse
Date on which a bill of entry for home consumption in
respect of such goods is presented
Any other goods Date of payment of duty
Duty Liability in Certain Special Circumstances
Re-importation of goods produced/manufactured in India – Sec 20
If the manufactured goods are re-imported (for any purpose) into India after exporting from India
Such goods shall be liable to duty
Goods manufactured or produced in India, which are exported and thereafter re-
imported are treated on par with other goods, which are otherwise imported
However, there are certain concessions for re-importation of goods produced/manufactured in India:
Concessional duty payable in case of re-importation of goods exported for repairs or exported under duty drawback* (Sec 25A)
Exemption to re-import of goods and parts thereof for repairs, reconditioning, reprocessing, remaking or similar other process (Sec 25B)
* Duty drawback is the refund of duty on re-export of duty-paid goods or drawback on imported
goods used in the manufacture of goods which are exported
Conditions
13
Conditions to be satisfied for claiming the Concessional duty payable in case of re-importation
of goods exported for repairs or exported under duty drawback are:
Concessions would not be applicable if
Re-imported goods had been
exported by EOU or a unit in
FTP
Re-imported goods had been
exported from a
public/private warehouse
Re-imported goods which fall under
Fourth schedule to the Central Excise Act,
1944 (tobacco and tobacco substitues and
mineral products)
The time limit for re-importation is 3 years which is extendable on sufficient cause upto 2 years
The exported goods and the re-imported goods must be the same The
ownership of the goods should also not have changed
S. No. Particulars
Time-limit for re-
importation from the
date of exportation
Other conditions to be satisfied (only for
Point No. 1)
1
Goods manufactured in India and re-
imported for repairs or for
reconditioning other than the specified
goods (specified in Notification No.
60/2018 – Customs – electrical
equipments)
3 years
(a) Goods must be re-exported within six
months (extendable till one year) of the
date of re- importation.
In case of export to
Nepal, such time-limit is
10 years.
(b) The AC/DC of Customs is satisfied as
regards identity of the goods.
2
Goods manufactured in India and re-
imported for
1 year
(c) The importer at the time of importation
executes a bond with customs authority to
export the goods after repairs or pay the
duties in case of failure
(a) Reprocessing
(b) Refining
(c) Re-making
Contd.
14
Conditions to be satisfied for claiming exemption to re-import of goods and parts
thereof for repairs, reconditioning, reprocessing, remaking or similar other process
16
Derelict Refers to any cargo, vessel, etc. abandoned in the sea with no hope of recovery
Jetsam Refers to goods jettisoned* from the vessel to save her from sinking
Flotsam Jettisoned goods which continue floating in the sea
Refers to cargo or vessel or any property which are cast ashore by tides after ship wreck
Wreck
-All goods, derelict, jetsam, flotsam and wreck brought or coming into India,
-Shall be dealt with as if they were imported into India, -
-Unless it be shown to the satisfaction of the proper officer that they are entitled to be admitted duty-free under this Act
The concept of ‘goods brought into India’ is not confined to goods, which are intentionally brought into
India, but also extends to derelict, jetsam, flotsam and wreck brought or coming into India
This implies that apart from goods which are normally imported in the course of international
trade, flotsam, and jetsam, which are washed ashore and derelict and wreck brought into India
out of compulsion are also treated on par with trade goods
Goods Derelict,
Wreck – Sec 21
* throw or drop (something) from an aircraft or ship
17
However, where such goods are restored to the importer after pilferage, the importer becomes liable to duty
the importer shall not be liable to pay the duty leviable on such goods.
If any imported goods are pilfered
after the unloading thereof and before the proper officer has made an
order for clearance for home consumption or deposit in a warehouse,
‘pilfer’ means “to steal, especially in small quantities; petty theft”. Therefore, the term does not include loss of total package
No Duty on Pilfered
Goods – Sec 13
In order to claim pilferage the following circumstances should exist:
• there should be evidence of tampering with the packages
• there should be blank space for the missing articles in the package; and
• the missing articles should be unit articles [and not part articles]
18
the AC/DC of Customs shall remit the duty on such goods
at any time before clearance for home consumption,
any imported goods have been lost (otherwise than as a result of pilferage) or destroyed,
Where it is shown to the satisfaction of the AC/DC of Customs that
However, the owner of any such imported goods shall not be allowed to relinquish his title to such goods regarding
whichan offence appears to have been committed under this Act or any other law for the time being in force.
he shall not be liable to pay the duty thereon.
Relinquish* his title to the goods and thereupon
at any time before an order for clearance of goods for home consumption or an order
for permitting the deposit of goods in a warehouse has been made,
The owner of any imported goods may,
Lost or
Destroyed
Abandonment
*Relinquish - means to give over the possession or control of, to leave off
Goods Lost,
Destroyed or
Abandoned – Sec 23
19
Goods damaged/deteriorated
before or duringunloading
by accident after unloading but before examination
for assessment by the customs authorities Provided such accident is not
due to any wilful act, negligence
or default of the importer, his
employee or agent
by accident in warehouse before their actual
clearance from such warehouse
Abatement is available if the goods are damaged/deteriorated under any of the following circumstances:
• Damage denotes physical damage to the
goods. This implies that the goods are
not fit to be used for the purpose for
which they are meant.
• Deterioration is reduction in quality of
goods due to natural causes
Amount of duty chargeable after abatement
= Duty on goods before
Damage/Deterioration
Value of damaged / deteriorated goods
Value of goods before damage / deterioration
*
• Value ascertained by Customs Officer
Or
• If not, then sale proceeds from the sale
made by the customs officer by public
auction/tender or any other manner
agreed by importer
Damaged or
Deteriorated Goods –
Sec 22
General exemption
goods of any specified description from the whole or any part of duty
of customs leviable thereon
as may be specified in the notification,
exempt generally either absolutely or subject to such conditions (to
be fulfilled before or after clearance)
it may, by notification in the Official Gazette,
If the CG is satisfied that it is necessary in the public interest so to do,
under circumstances of an exceptional
nature to be stated in such order
exempt from payment of duty,
it may, by special order in each case,
If the CG is satisfied that it is necessary in
the public interest so to do,
No duty shall be collected if the amount of duty leviable is equal to, or less than, Rs 100
Special exemption
Exemption From Customs
Duty – Sec 25
19
Usedfor Inward
Processing Of Goods –
Sec 25A
20
Where the Central Government is satisfied that it is necessary in the public interest, it may, by
notification, exempt such of the goods which are imported for the purposes of repair, further
processing or manufacture, as may be specified therein, from the whole or any part of duty of customs
Conditions
• The goods shall be re-exported after such repair, further processing or
manufacture, as the case may be, within a period of 1 year from the
date on which the order for clearance of the imported goods is made;
• The imported goods are identifiable in the export goods; and
• Such other conditions as may be specified in that notification
No goods are notified yet by the Government
Central Government is satisfied that it is necessary in the public interest so to do, it may, by notification,
exempt such of the goods which are re-imported after being exported for the purposes of repair, further
processing or manufacture, as may be specified therein, from the whole or any part of duty of customs
Conditions
• The goods shall be re-imported into India after such repair, further
processing or manufacture, as the case may be, within a period of 1 year
from the date on which the order permitting clearance for export is made;
• The exported goods are identifiable in the re-imported goods; and
• Such other conditions as may be specified in that notification
Used for
Outward Processing –
Sec 25B
21
No goods are notified yet by the Government
Application
Applies to an importer, who intends to avail
- the benefit of an exemption under Sec 25 (Sec 25 empowers CG to exempt goods in public interest)
-And where the benefit of such exemption is dependent upon the use of imported goods for the
purpose of manufacture of any commodity or provision of output service
Information about intent to avail benefit of exemption notification – Rule 4
An importer who intends to avail the benefit of the above mentioned exemption shall be required to provide the
following information to the Deputy Commissioner (DC) of Customs or, Assistant Commissioner (AC) of Customs
The name and address of the manufacturer
The goods produced at his manufacturing facility
The nature and description of imported goods used in the
manufacture of goods or providing an output service
Goods at Concessional
Rate of Duty) Rules,
2017
22
Procedure - Rule 5 The importer shall provide
• In duplicate, to the AC/ DC of Customs (respective jurisdiction) where the imported goods shall be put to use for
manufacture of goods or for rendering output service, the estimated quantity and value of the goods to be imported,
particulars of the exemption notification applicable on such import and the port of import in respect of a particular
consignment for a period not exceeding 1 year
• The above information to be provided In one set, to the AC/ DC of Customs at the Custom Station of importation
The importer shall submit a continuity bond with such surety or security as deemed appropriate by the AC/ DC of Customs
(respective jurisdiction)
The AC/ DC of Customs (respective jurisdiction), shall forward one copy of information received from the importer to the AC/ DC
of Customs at the Custom Station of importation
After scrutiny, the AC/DC of Customs at the Custom Station of importation shall allow the benefit of the exemption notification
to the importer
Proce
dure
23
The importer shall intimate within 2 days of such receipt to the jurisdictional Customs Officer
The importer shall maintain an account in such manner so as to clearly indicate the quantity and value of goods
imported, the quantity of imported goods consumed in accordance with provisions of the exemption notification such as
quantity of goods re-exported, the quantity remaining in stock
The importer who has availed the benefit of an exemption notification shall submit a quarterly return (format prescribed in
the rules) by the 10th day of the following quarter
Information Regarding
Receipt of Imported Goods
and Maintenance of Records
- Rule 6
24
Other
Conditions
25
-The importer who availed exemption may re-export the unutilised or defective imported goods,
-Within 6 months from the date of import,
-With the permission of the jurisdictional AC/DC of Customs (respective jurisdiction)
Rule 7
Rule 8
In case of failure to utlise the goods imported under exemption in accordance with conditions in the
exemption notification or failure to re-export as per rule 7, the jurisdictional AC/DC of Customs
(respective jurisdiction) shall initiate recovery proceeding for the leviable amount of customs duty

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levyandexemptionsundercustomsduty12-200121053653.pptx

  • 1. Customs Duty Levy and exemptions of duty
  • 2. Terms to understand Customs duty act __1962______ CBIC – Central Board of Indirect Taxation Customs is levied by ___________ Government GST has no impact on Basic Customs duty, Education cess, Anti dumpling duty,Safeguard Additional duties like Countervailing duty and special additional duty of customs would be replaced with levy of IGST
  • 3. Important definitions Baggage: unaccompanied baggage but does not include motor vehicles Beneficial owner: It means any person on whose behalf the goods are being imported or exported Conveyance --- a vessel, aircraft and a vehicle Customs Area- place where imported or exported goods are kept Customs Port- inland container depot Customs Station – Customs port, airport or land station
  • 4. Important terms • Nautical mile = 1853 km • Indian Exclusive Economic Zone - 200 nm • Levy Levy •Declaration of liability Assessment •Quantification of the amount payable Collection • Tax collected
  • 5. 4 Introduction Charging Section Determination of Taxable Event Clearance for Home Consumption and Warehousing Date for Determining the Rate Of Duty and Tariff Valuation Duty Liability in Certain Special Circumstances Date for Determining the Rate Of Duty and Tariff Valuation Goods Derelict, Wreck No Duty on Pilfered Goods Remission of Duty on Goods Lost, Destroyed or Abandoned Abatement of Duty on Damaged or Deteriorated Goods Denaturing or Mutilation of Goods Exemption From Customs Duty Imported Goods Used for Inward Processing Of Goods Re-imported Goods Used for Outward Processing Availment of Exemptions Procedure and Conditions
  • 6. Introduction The liability towards customs duty is broadly based upon the following 3 factors: The goods, the point and the circumstances under which the customs duty becomes leviable The procedure, mechanism and the the organization for determining the amount of customs duty and collection thereof The exemption to the levy either on grounds of morality or equity or as a result of the discretionary planning tax structure powers vested in the Government as a tool for and control of economic growth of the country 6
  • 7. 7 Charging Section – Sec 12 This is the charging section of the Act Duties of customs shall be levied on goods. However the levy is subject to the provisions with respect to Section 13 - No duty on pilfered goods Section 22 – Reduced duty on damaged goods Section 23 – Remission of duty on destroyed goods The goods shall be such as are imported or exported to or from India The duty shall be charged at such rates as may be specified under the Customs Tariff Act, 1975 Government goods shall be treated at par with non-Governmental goods for the purposes of levy of customs duty Indian Navy, Equipmentsrequired by police Ministry of Defence, Coastal Guard are fully exempt from customs duty by specific notifications However, imports by
  • 8. 8 Charge on goods The charge of customs duty is considered to be on the goods and not on the person importing them or paying the duty Taxable event Importation or exportation of goods into or out of India is the taxable event for payment of the duty of customs Import means bringing into India from a place outside India Export means taking out of India to a place outside India Analysis of Section 12
  • 9. 9 The main test for determining the taxable event is the happening of the event on which the charge is affixed Imports In case of goods cleared for home consumption Import of goods will commence when they cross the territorial waters and is completed when they become part of the mass of goods within the country The taxable event being reached at the time when the goods reach the customs area and Bill of Entry for home consumption is filed In case of goods cleared for warehousing The custom barriers would be crossed when they are sought to be taken out of customs and brought to the mass of goods in the country Exports Export of goods is complete when the goods cross the territorial waters of India Determination of Taxable Event
  • 10. In case of clearance for home consumption, the customs duty on import of the goods has been discharged and the goods are cleared for utilization or consumption However, the goods may instead of being cleared for home consumption be deposited in warehouse and cleared at a later time When the goods are deposited in the warehouse the collection of customs duty will be deferred till such goods are cleared for home consumption In case of clearance for warehousing, the importer shall execute a bond with the Government binding himself for a sum equal to twice the amount of duty assessed on the goods at the time of import Distinction between Clearance for Home Consumption 10 and Clearance for Warehousing
  • 11. Case Date for Determining the Rate Of Duty andTariff Valuation – Sec 15 11 Goods entered for home consumption Determination Date Date of presentation of bill of entry OR Date of entry inwards of the vessel/arrival of the aircraft or vehicle, whichever is later. Goods cleared for home consumption from the warehouse Date on which a bill of entry for home consumption in respect of such goods is presented Any other goods Date of payment of duty
  • 12. Duty Liability in Certain Special Circumstances Re-importation of goods produced/manufactured in India – Sec 20 If the manufactured goods are re-imported (for any purpose) into India after exporting from India Such goods shall be liable to duty Goods manufactured or produced in India, which are exported and thereafter re- imported are treated on par with other goods, which are otherwise imported However, there are certain concessions for re-importation of goods produced/manufactured in India: Concessional duty payable in case of re-importation of goods exported for repairs or exported under duty drawback* (Sec 25A) Exemption to re-import of goods and parts thereof for repairs, reconditioning, reprocessing, remaking or similar other process (Sec 25B) * Duty drawback is the refund of duty on re-export of duty-paid goods or drawback on imported goods used in the manufacture of goods which are exported
  • 13. Conditions 13 Conditions to be satisfied for claiming the Concessional duty payable in case of re-importation of goods exported for repairs or exported under duty drawback are: Concessions would not be applicable if Re-imported goods had been exported by EOU or a unit in FTP Re-imported goods had been exported from a public/private warehouse Re-imported goods which fall under Fourth schedule to the Central Excise Act, 1944 (tobacco and tobacco substitues and mineral products) The time limit for re-importation is 3 years which is extendable on sufficient cause upto 2 years The exported goods and the re-imported goods must be the same The ownership of the goods should also not have changed
  • 14. S. No. Particulars Time-limit for re- importation from the date of exportation Other conditions to be satisfied (only for Point No. 1) 1 Goods manufactured in India and re- imported for repairs or for reconditioning other than the specified goods (specified in Notification No. 60/2018 – Customs – electrical equipments) 3 years (a) Goods must be re-exported within six months (extendable till one year) of the date of re- importation. In case of export to Nepal, such time-limit is 10 years. (b) The AC/DC of Customs is satisfied as regards identity of the goods. 2 Goods manufactured in India and re- imported for 1 year (c) The importer at the time of importation executes a bond with customs authority to export the goods after repairs or pay the duties in case of failure (a) Reprocessing (b) Refining (c) Re-making Contd. 14 Conditions to be satisfied for claiming exemption to re-import of goods and parts thereof for repairs, reconditioning, reprocessing, remaking or similar other process
  • 15. 16 Derelict Refers to any cargo, vessel, etc. abandoned in the sea with no hope of recovery Jetsam Refers to goods jettisoned* from the vessel to save her from sinking Flotsam Jettisoned goods which continue floating in the sea Refers to cargo or vessel or any property which are cast ashore by tides after ship wreck Wreck -All goods, derelict, jetsam, flotsam and wreck brought or coming into India, -Shall be dealt with as if they were imported into India, - -Unless it be shown to the satisfaction of the proper officer that they are entitled to be admitted duty-free under this Act The concept of ‘goods brought into India’ is not confined to goods, which are intentionally brought into India, but also extends to derelict, jetsam, flotsam and wreck brought or coming into India This implies that apart from goods which are normally imported in the course of international trade, flotsam, and jetsam, which are washed ashore and derelict and wreck brought into India out of compulsion are also treated on par with trade goods Goods Derelict, Wreck – Sec 21 * throw or drop (something) from an aircraft or ship
  • 16. 17 However, where such goods are restored to the importer after pilferage, the importer becomes liable to duty the importer shall not be liable to pay the duty leviable on such goods. If any imported goods are pilfered after the unloading thereof and before the proper officer has made an order for clearance for home consumption or deposit in a warehouse, ‘pilfer’ means “to steal, especially in small quantities; petty theft”. Therefore, the term does not include loss of total package No Duty on Pilfered Goods – Sec 13 In order to claim pilferage the following circumstances should exist: • there should be evidence of tampering with the packages • there should be blank space for the missing articles in the package; and • the missing articles should be unit articles [and not part articles]
  • 17. 18 the AC/DC of Customs shall remit the duty on such goods at any time before clearance for home consumption, any imported goods have been lost (otherwise than as a result of pilferage) or destroyed, Where it is shown to the satisfaction of the AC/DC of Customs that However, the owner of any such imported goods shall not be allowed to relinquish his title to such goods regarding whichan offence appears to have been committed under this Act or any other law for the time being in force. he shall not be liable to pay the duty thereon. Relinquish* his title to the goods and thereupon at any time before an order for clearance of goods for home consumption or an order for permitting the deposit of goods in a warehouse has been made, The owner of any imported goods may, Lost or Destroyed Abandonment *Relinquish - means to give over the possession or control of, to leave off Goods Lost, Destroyed or Abandoned – Sec 23
  • 18. 19 Goods damaged/deteriorated before or duringunloading by accident after unloading but before examination for assessment by the customs authorities Provided such accident is not due to any wilful act, negligence or default of the importer, his employee or agent by accident in warehouse before their actual clearance from such warehouse Abatement is available if the goods are damaged/deteriorated under any of the following circumstances: • Damage denotes physical damage to the goods. This implies that the goods are not fit to be used for the purpose for which they are meant. • Deterioration is reduction in quality of goods due to natural causes Amount of duty chargeable after abatement = Duty on goods before Damage/Deterioration Value of damaged / deteriorated goods Value of goods before damage / deterioration * • Value ascertained by Customs Officer Or • If not, then sale proceeds from the sale made by the customs officer by public auction/tender or any other manner agreed by importer Damaged or Deteriorated Goods – Sec 22
  • 19. General exemption goods of any specified description from the whole or any part of duty of customs leviable thereon as may be specified in the notification, exempt generally either absolutely or subject to such conditions (to be fulfilled before or after clearance) it may, by notification in the Official Gazette, If the CG is satisfied that it is necessary in the public interest so to do, under circumstances of an exceptional nature to be stated in such order exempt from payment of duty, it may, by special order in each case, If the CG is satisfied that it is necessary in the public interest so to do, No duty shall be collected if the amount of duty leviable is equal to, or less than, Rs 100 Special exemption Exemption From Customs Duty – Sec 25 19
  • 20. Usedfor Inward Processing Of Goods – Sec 25A 20 Where the Central Government is satisfied that it is necessary in the public interest, it may, by notification, exempt such of the goods which are imported for the purposes of repair, further processing or manufacture, as may be specified therein, from the whole or any part of duty of customs Conditions • The goods shall be re-exported after such repair, further processing or manufacture, as the case may be, within a period of 1 year from the date on which the order for clearance of the imported goods is made; • The imported goods are identifiable in the export goods; and • Such other conditions as may be specified in that notification No goods are notified yet by the Government
  • 21. Central Government is satisfied that it is necessary in the public interest so to do, it may, by notification, exempt such of the goods which are re-imported after being exported for the purposes of repair, further processing or manufacture, as may be specified therein, from the whole or any part of duty of customs Conditions • The goods shall be re-imported into India after such repair, further processing or manufacture, as the case may be, within a period of 1 year from the date on which the order permitting clearance for export is made; • The exported goods are identifiable in the re-imported goods; and • Such other conditions as may be specified in that notification Used for Outward Processing – Sec 25B 21 No goods are notified yet by the Government
  • 22. Application Applies to an importer, who intends to avail - the benefit of an exemption under Sec 25 (Sec 25 empowers CG to exempt goods in public interest) -And where the benefit of such exemption is dependent upon the use of imported goods for the purpose of manufacture of any commodity or provision of output service Information about intent to avail benefit of exemption notification – Rule 4 An importer who intends to avail the benefit of the above mentioned exemption shall be required to provide the following information to the Deputy Commissioner (DC) of Customs or, Assistant Commissioner (AC) of Customs The name and address of the manufacturer The goods produced at his manufacturing facility The nature and description of imported goods used in the manufacture of goods or providing an output service Goods at Concessional Rate of Duty) Rules, 2017 22
  • 23. Procedure - Rule 5 The importer shall provide • In duplicate, to the AC/ DC of Customs (respective jurisdiction) where the imported goods shall be put to use for manufacture of goods or for rendering output service, the estimated quantity and value of the goods to be imported, particulars of the exemption notification applicable on such import and the port of import in respect of a particular consignment for a period not exceeding 1 year • The above information to be provided In one set, to the AC/ DC of Customs at the Custom Station of importation The importer shall submit a continuity bond with such surety or security as deemed appropriate by the AC/ DC of Customs (respective jurisdiction) The AC/ DC of Customs (respective jurisdiction), shall forward one copy of information received from the importer to the AC/ DC of Customs at the Custom Station of importation After scrutiny, the AC/DC of Customs at the Custom Station of importation shall allow the benefit of the exemption notification to the importer Proce dure 23
  • 24. The importer shall intimate within 2 days of such receipt to the jurisdictional Customs Officer The importer shall maintain an account in such manner so as to clearly indicate the quantity and value of goods imported, the quantity of imported goods consumed in accordance with provisions of the exemption notification such as quantity of goods re-exported, the quantity remaining in stock The importer who has availed the benefit of an exemption notification shall submit a quarterly return (format prescribed in the rules) by the 10th day of the following quarter Information Regarding Receipt of Imported Goods and Maintenance of Records - Rule 6 24
  • 25. Other Conditions 25 -The importer who availed exemption may re-export the unutilised or defective imported goods, -Within 6 months from the date of import, -With the permission of the jurisdictional AC/DC of Customs (respective jurisdiction) Rule 7 Rule 8 In case of failure to utlise the goods imported under exemption in accordance with conditions in the exemption notification or failure to re-export as per rule 7, the jurisdictional AC/DC of Customs (respective jurisdiction) shall initiate recovery proceeding for the leviable amount of customs duty