• Customs Appeal period begins from date of receipt of corrigendum CESTAT

    Against an order passed by the Commissioner of Customs (Appeals), the appellant has filed an appeal along with an application for Condonation of Delay (COD) as well as ….

    pdf_icon Readmore »

  • Instruction on show cause notices issued by DRI prior to 2011 amendment

    The Hon’ble High Court of Delhi vide the order dated 03.05.2016,in the case of Mangali Impex Ltd. in WP No. 441/2013 and others held that sub-section( 11)…

    pdf_icon Readmore »

  • Important Changes in Excise, Customs, Service Tax and Bill of Entry effective from April 1, 2016

    Affirming that the economy is right on track, The Honorable Finance & Corporate Affairs Minister Shri. Arun Jaitley presented the Union Budget for 2016-17 on February 29, 2016. Although…

    pdf_icon Readmore »

  • Customs Samsung K Zoom Mobile phone is a phone not a camera Advance Ruling

    Galaxy K Zoom phone proposed to be imported by the applicant is powered by Android Kit-Kat operating system and a quad 1.3GHz processor along with the dual-core 1.7GHz processor…

    pdf_icon Readmore »

  • Customs Refund of SAD on imported timber despite cutting CESTAT

    The appellant is an importer of Timber logs. Refund claims were filed under Notification No 102/2007 Cus for refund of Additional duty of Customs (SAD)…

    pdf_icon Readmore »

  • Government of India increases Custom Duty to promote domestic manufacturing of medical devices

    This document contains a brief summary of the latest updates related to Customs Duty…

    pdf_icon Readmore »

  • News Flash – Customs Duty

    This document contains a brief summary of the latest updates related to Customs Duty…

    pdf_icon Readmore »

  • Baggage Rules

    Baggage includes all articles on which duty can be applied, imported by a passenger or a member of a crew in his baggage including unaccompanied baggage but not including motor vehicle…

    pdf_icon Readmore »

  • Import Clearance Procedure

    All goods imported into India have to pass through customs for proper examination, appraisal, assessment and evaluation. This helps the custom authorities charge the proper tax and also checks the…

    pdf_icon Readmore »

  • Valuation under Customs

    It was observed that the government was losing revenue due to the specific duty which remains fixed irrespective of price changes. Section 14 of the Customs Act, 1962 lays down the basis for valuation…

    pdf_icon Readmore »

  • Special Economic Zone

    The Special Economic Zones Act 2005 was implemented to provide for the establishment, development and management of the Special Economic Zones for the promotion of exports.

    pdf_icon Readmore »

  • Export Clearance Procedure

    There are a lot of incentives provided by the Indian Government to exporters. It is significant to note that exports out of the country are to be zero rated. Apart from this, even the inputs required…

    pdf_icon Readmore »

  • Duty Drawback and its Applicability

    An important principle in the levy of customs duty is that the goods should be consumed within the country of importation. If the goods are not consumed, but instead are exported out of the country,…

    pdf_icon Readmore »

  • Date of determining the duty rate for imported goods

    The date of determining the duty rate and tariff valuation of imported goods is enumerated in section 15 of the Customs act, 1962. When the goods enter the territorial waters of India, they are under…

    pdf_icon Readmore »

  • Customs Refund

    On import or export of goods, at times, it is found that duty has been paid in excess of what was actually leviable on the goods. Such excess payment may be due to lack of information on the part of…

    pdf_icon Readmore »

© 2013 Udyog Software. All Rights Reserved.
Top