Form for claim of Drawback on Goods exported by Post

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Form for claim of drawback under Section 74 of Customs Act, 1962 on goods exported by post

[Refer Rule 3 of Re-export of Imported Goods (Drawback of Customs Duties) Rules, 1995]

Particulars of goods to be exported by parcel post under claim for drawback under Section 74


We M/s.................................................................. propose to export the under mentioned consignment and claim drawback of duties paid at the time of import of these goods under section 74 of Customs Act, 1962.
1. Name and Address of the Consignee

2. Description of goods

3. Quantity

4. (a) FOB Value of goods
(b) Market Value of goods

5. Date of import

6. Particulars of Bill of Entry (enclose copy)

7. Amount of duty paid on import ( enclose copy)

8. Amount of Drawback claimed

(enclose calculation sheet)


Certified that the goods were not taken into use after their importation / The goods were used for the period........ to.......

Signature and Seal of the Exporter

Date :


Report of the proper officer of Customs


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vijaya: Trust is a mutli-organizational dedicated to equip and empower the lives of people with disabilities, leprosy & HIV through physical intervention, educational assistance, socio-economic interventions for wholistic transformation towards. Our objective is to bring hope and support to children, families and communities struggling with disabilities in the northern part of Karnataka state, India. We are registered • Under section 12A of the Income-tax Act 1961 • Registered with the Director General Foreign Trade (DGFT) and having the certificate of Importer-Exporter Code No. governed by the Foreign Trade Policy. • Registered with Women and Child Development Department, etc. We provide charitable services to the persons with disabilities, leprosy and HIV/AIDS and also export handicraft products made by persons with disabilities directly to the customers in the USA by POST without engaging any Customs House Agents and the proceeds realized are utilized for the upliftment and advancement of persons with disabilities. We export the handicraft products through the POST as it is permitted under the provisions of Foreign Trade Policy, and Customs Act, 1962. The provisions are mentioned here below for your kind perusal. 1. Clause 6.23 “Export/Import by Post/Courier” under chapter 6 of the Foreign Trade Policy 1st April 2015 to 31st March 2020. The said clause is reproduced here-below for your kind reference. “Goods including free samples, may be exported/imported by air freight or through foreign post office or through courier, as per Customs procedure.” 2. Clause no 9.1 under chapter 17 “Legal provisions and exemptions in case of postal exports” of the Central Board of Excise & Customs Manual 2015. The clause is reproduced here-below for your reference. “Goods which are not prohibited or restricted for export as per FTP can be exported by post through specified Foreign Post Offices or Sub-Foreign Post Offices or Export Extension Counters. We exported the handicraft products to our customer in United States of America (USA) by post through your Head Post Office, Hubballi after filling the custom declaration form. The details are mentioned below for your kind perusal. Our customer from USA has now transferred the funds on 16-05-2019 to our Axis Bank Ltd, and an intimation towards the inward remittance has been received by us from our banker requesting us to produce the shipping bill no/custom clearance/entry in the customs for the above exports to ensure and confirm that the goods have moved out of India so that they can credit the funds to our account. Appreciate if you could help us how to get the information about shipping bill. Is it mandatory to produce the shipping or is postal receipt sufficient.

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