Shipping Bill for export of Goods under claim for Duty Drawback

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APPENDIX III
(To be filled for export goods under claim for drawback)
Shipping Bill no. and date_____________________
I/We__________________________________do hereby further declare as follows:-
1. That the quality and specification of the foods as stated in this Shipping Bill are in
accordance with the terms of the exports contract entered into with the
buyer/consignee in pursuance of which the goods are being exported.
2. That we are not claiming benefit under "Engineering Products Export (Replenishment
of Iron and Steel Intermediates) Scheme" notified vide Ministry of Commerce
Notification No.539RE/92-97 dated 01.03.95.
3. That there is no chance in the manufacturing formula and in the quatum per unit of
the imported material or components, if any, utilized in the manufacture of the
export goods and that the materials or components which have been stated in the
application under Rule 6 or Rule 7 to have been imported, continue to be so
imported and are not been obtained from indigenous sources.
4. A. That the export goods have not been manufactured by availing the procedure
under rule 191A/191B or under Rule 12(1)(b)/13(1)(b) of the Central Excise
rules,1944.
OR
B.That the export goods have been manufactured by availing the procedure under
rule 191A/191B or under Rule 12(1)(b)/13(1)(b) of the Central Excise rules,1944.
5. A. That the goods are not manufactured and/or exported in discharge of export
obligation against an Advance Licence issued under the Duty Exemption Scheme
(DEEC) vide relevant Import and Export Policy in force.
OR
B. That goods are not manufactured and are being exported in discharge of export
obligation under the Duty Exemption Scheme (DEEC),but I/We are claiming
drawback of only the Central Excise Portion of the duties on inputs specified in the
Drawback Schedule except for the Central Excise Portion of duties on inputs
permitted import free of Addl. Duty of customs against Advance Licence.
6. That the goods are not manufactured and/or exported after availing of the facility
under the Passbook Scheme as contained in para 54 of the Export and Import Policy
(April. 1992 -31st March, 1997).

 


7. That the goods are not manufactured and/or exported by a unit licensed as 100%
Export Oriented Unit in terms of Import and Export Policy in force.
8. That the goods are not manufactured and/or exported by a unit situated in any Free
Trade Zone/Export Processing Zone or any such Zone.
9. That the goods are not manufactured partly or wholly in bond under Section 65 of
the Customs Act, 1962.
10. That the present Market Value of goods is as follows:- S.No ITEM NO. INVOICE MARKET VALUE
_____________________________________
___________________________________
11. That the export value of the goods covered by this Shipping Bill is not less than the
total value of all imported materials used in manufacture of such goods.
12. That the market price of the goods being exported is not less than the drawback
amount being claimed.
13. That the drawback amount claimed is more that 1% of the FOB value of the export
product or the drawback amount claimed is less than 1% of the FOB value but more
than Rs.500.00 against the Shipping Bill.
14. I/We undertake to repatriate export proceeds within 6 months from date of export
and submit B.R.C to Asstt. Commissioner (Drawback). In case, the export proceeds
are not realized within 6 months from the date of export, I/We will either furnish
extension of time from R.B.I and submit B.R.C within such extended period or will
pay back the drawback received against this shipping bill.
Date___________
For (Name of Company)
NAME AND SIGNATURE OF THE EXPORTER
(* Strike out whichever is not applicable)

 

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Comments


Sourabh Bhatia: How to calculate drawback amount ?

Bharat Patel: dear sir we are exporter importer company. in running practice we are going with export under LUT bond and import under DEEC (Value Based Advance License) now my question is above practice is ok or not ? what is the profit under deec import and duty payment import. please send me calculation also @Bharat Patel

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