Customs Examination of Cargo at Docks

Customs Examination of Cargo at Docks

Customs Examination of Cargo at DocksThe customs examiner physically examines the goods. Physical examination of goods can be arranged at the warehouse/factory premises of the exporter by making a suitable application to the Assistant Collector of Customs. He seals the packages in his presence. The main purpose of examination of goods at the docks is whether the goods packed and kept ready for shipment are the same as mentioned in the Shipping Bill. After all the formalities are over and the Customs Officer is satisfied that the export does not contravene the provisions of any law and all duties and other dues have been paid, a "Let Export Order" will be, made on the back of the shipping bill to permit the export. Where the customs clearance is computerized, clearance is processed through Electronic Data Interchange (EDI) System.


Registration procedures and formalities to obtain GSTIN

How many digits in GSTIN under Goods and Service Tax registration

Would multiple registration be allowed under Goods and Service Tax (GSTIN)?

Procedure for obtaining Registration number of GSTIN

Procedures to get GST Registration number for IT exempted proprietorship firms.

Process of application for registration under GST Act to obtain GSTIN

Different application Forms for registration under Goods and Service Tax Act (GSTIN)

Application for registration under GST Act to obtain GSTIN

GST registration and returns filing procedures for PSUs and Government entities



GST Tax returns filing – Who, How and When?


How is time of supply accounted under GST Tax Calculation


Valuation of GST under special cases


Valuation of GST Taxable supply


When to pay GST for supply of services?


When to pay GST?


GST on short supplied goods and services by nature


Goods and services exempted to pay GST


Who has to pay GST?

GST Composition Levy

Discussion Forum

You can also share your thoughts about this article.
Any one can answer on question posted by Readers