Download Form of Appeal to the Appellate Tribunal under Section 129A(1) of CUSTOM FORM in PDF and Excel

Download Form of Appeal to the Appellate Tribunal under Section 129A(1)  of CUSTOM FORM in PDF and Excel

Download Custom Form No. C.A. – 3

Download Custom Form No. C.A. – 3Form of appeal to the Appellate Tribunal under Section 129A (1) of the Custom Act, 1962

As per rule 6(1) of the Customs (Appeal) Rules, 1982 section 129 A (1) of the Custom Act, 1962

RULE6. Form of Appeals, etc., to the Appellate Tribunal. 

(1)  An appeal under sub-section (1) of section 129A to the Appellate Tribunal shall be made in Form No. C.A.-3.

SECTION129A.  Appeals to the Appellate Tribunal –

(1) Any person aggrieved by any of the following orders may appeal to the Appellate Tribunal against such order –

(a)  a decision or order passed by the Commissioner of Customs as an adjudicating authority

(b)  an order passed by the Commissioner (Appeals) under section 128A;

(c)  an order passed by the Board or the Appellate Commissioner of Customs under Section 128, as it stood    immediately before the appointed day;

(d)  an order passed by the Board or the Commissioner of Customs, either before or after the appointed day, under section 130, as it stood immediately before that day :

Provided that no appeal shall lie to the Appellate Tribunal and the Appellate Tribunal shall not have jurisdiction to decide any appeal in respect of any order referred to in clause (b) if such order relates to, –

(a)  any goods imported or exported as baggage;

(b)  any goods loaded in a conveyance for importation into India, but which are not unloaded at their place of destination in India, or so much of the quantity of such goods as has not been unloaded at any such destination if goods unloaded at such destination are short of the quantity required to be unloaded at that destination;

(c)  payment of drawback as provided in Chapter X, and the rules made there under :

Provided further that] the Appellate Tribunal may, in its discretion, refuse to admit an appeal in respect of an order referred to in clause (b) or clause (c) or clause (d) where –

(i)   the value of the goods confiscated without option having been given to the owner of the goods to pay a fine in lieu of confiscation under section 125; or

(ii)   in any disputed case, other than a case where the determination of any question having a relation to the rate of duty of customs or to the value of goods for purposes of assessment is in issue or is one of the points in issue, the difference in duty involved or the duty involved; or

(iii)  the amount of fine or penalty determined by such order, does not exceed fifty thousand rupees.

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Download Form of Appeal to the Collector (Appeals) under Section 129D(4) of CUSTOM FORM in PDF and Excel

Download Form of Appeal to the Collector (Appeals) under Section 129D(4) of CUSTOM FORM in PDF and Excel

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Form of Application to the Commissioner (Appeals) under Section 129D (4) of the Custom Act, 1962

As per rule 4 of the custom (appeal) rules, 1982 section 129D (4) of the custom act, 1962

RULE4. Form of application to the [Commissioner] (Appeals). —

(1) An application under sub-section (4) of Section 129D to the [Commissioner] (Appeals) shall be made in Form No. C.A.-2.

(2) The form of application in Form No. C.A.-2 shall be filed in duplicate and shall be accompanied by two copies of the decision or order passed by the adjudicating authority (one of which at least shall be a certified appeal copy) and a copy of the order passed by the [Commissioner] of Customs directing such authority to apply to the [Commissioner] (Appeals).

SECTION 129D.  Powers of Committee of Chief Commissioners of Customs or Commissioner of Customs to pass certain orders. –

(4)   Where in pursuance of an order under sub-section (1) or sub-section (2), the adjudicating authority or any officer of customs authorised in this behalf by the Commissioner of Customs , makes an application to the Appellate Tribunal or the Commissioner (Appeals) within a period of one month from the date of communication of the order under sub-section (1) or sub-section (2) to the adjudicating authority, such application shall be heard by the Appellate Tribunal or the Commissioner (Appeals), as the case may be, as if such application were an appeal made against the decision or order of the adjudicating authority and the provisions of this Act regarding appeals, including the provisions of sub-section (4) of section 129A shall, so far as may be, apply to such application.

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Download Form of Appeal to the Collector (Appeals) under Section 128 of CUSTOM FORM in PDF and Excel

Download Form of Appeal to the Collector (Appeals) under Section 128 of CUSTOM FORM in PDF and Excel

Download Custom Form No. C.A – 1

Download Custom Form No. C.A – 1 Form of Appeal to the commissioner (Appeals)   under Section 128 of the Customs Act, 1962

As per rule 3 of the custom (Appeal) rules, 1982 section 128 of the custom act, 1962

RULE3. Form of appeal to [Commissioner] (Appeals). —

(1) An appeal under sub-section (1) of section 128 to the [Commissioner (Appeals)] shall be made in Form No. C.A.-1

(2) The grounds of appeal and the form of verification as contained in Form No. C.A.-1 shall be signed:-

(a) in the case of an individual, by the individual himself or where the individual is absent from India, by the individual concerned or by some person duly authorised by him in this behalf and where the individual is a minor or is mentally incapacitated from attending to his affairs, by his guardian or by any other person competent to act on his behalf;

(b) in the case of a Hindu undivided family, by the (b) Karta and, where the Karta is absent from India or is mentally incapacitated from attending to his affairs, by any other adult member of such family;

(c) in the case of a company or local authority, by the principal officer thereof;

(d) in the case of a firm, by any partner thereof, not being a minor;

(e) in the case of any other association, by any member of the association or the principal officer thereof; and

(f) in the case of any other person, by that person or some person competent to act on his behalf.

(3) The form of appeal in Form No. C.A.-1 shall be filed in duplicate and shall be accompanied by a copy of the decision or order appealed against.

SECTION128.  Appeals to Commissioner (Appeals) –

(1) Any person aggrieved by any decision or order passed under this Act by an officer of customs lower in rank than a Commissioner of Customs may appeal to the Commissioner (Appeals) within sixty days from the date of the communication to him of such decision or order :

Provided that the Commissioner (Appeals) may, if he is satisfied that the appellant was prevented by sufficient cause from presenting the appeal within the aforesaid period of sixty days, allow it to be presented within a further period of thirty days.

(1A)   The Commissioner (Appeals) may, if sufficient cause is shown at any stage of hearing of an appeal, grant time, from time to time, to the parties or any of them and adjourn the hearing of the appeal for reasons to be recorded in writing:

Provided that no such adjournment shall be granted more than three times to a party during hearing of the appeal.

(2)   Every appeal under this section shall be in such form and shall be verified in such manner as may be specified by rules made in this behalf.

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Download Form of application for settlement of a case under section 127B of CUSTOM FORM in PDF and Excel

Download Form of application for settlement of a case under section 127B  of CUSTOM FORM in PDF and Excel

Download Custom Form SC (C)-1

Download Custom Form SC (C)-1 before the Customs and Central Excise Settlement Commission

As per rule 3 of the Customs (Settlement of Cases) Rules, 2007]

RULE3. Form and manner of application –

(1)  An application under sub-section (1) of section 127B shall be made in Form SC(C)-1.

(2) The application referred to in sub-rule (1), the verification contained therein and all relevant documents accompanying such application shall be signed, –

(a)in case of an applicant, by the applicant himself or where the applicant is absent from India, then, either by the applicant himself or by any other person duly authorized by him in this behalf and where the applicant is a minor or is mentally incapacitated from attending to his affairs, by his guardian or by any other person competent to act on his behalf;
(b)in the case of a Hindu undivided family, by Karta of such family and, where the Karta is absent from India or is mentally incapacitated from attending to his affairs, by any other adult member of such family;
(c)in the case of a company or local authority, by the principal officer thereof;
(d)in the case of a firm, by any partner thereof, not being a minor;
(e)in the case of any other association, by any member of the association or the principal officer thereof; and

(3) Every application in Form SC(C)-1 shall be filed in quintuplicate and shall be accompanied by a fee of one thousand rupees.

(4) The additional amount of customs duty accepted by the applicant under sub-section (1) of section 127B, along with interest due thereon, shall be deposited by him in any of the authorised banks under TR-6 challan in quintuplicate.

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Download Form Indemnity Bond for Simplified Brand Rate Fixation Scheme of CUSTOM FORM in PDF and Excel

Download Form Indemnity Bond for Simplified Brand Rate Fixation Scheme  of CUSTOM FORM in PDF and Excel

Download Customs Series Form No. 120

Download Customs Series Form No. 120 INDEMNITY BOND

As per section 142 of the custom act, 1962

SECTION142.  Recovery of sums due to Government –

(1) Where any sum payable by any person under this Act including the amount required to be paid to the credit of the Central Government under section 28B is not paid, –

(a)  the proper officer may deduct or may require any other officer of customs to deduct the amount so payable from any money owing to such person which may be under the control of the proper officer or such other officer of customs; or

(b)  the Assistant Commissioner of Customs or Deputy Commissioner of Customs may recover or may require any other officer of customs to recover the amount so payable by detaining and selling any goods belonging to such person which are under the control of the Assistant Commissioner of Customs or Deputy Commissioner of Customs or such other officer of customs; or

(c)  if the amount cannot be recovered from such person in the manner provided in clause (a) or clause (b) –

(i)   the Assistant Commissioner of Customs or Deputy Commissioner of Customs may prepare a certificate signed by him specifying the amount due from such person and send it to the Collector of the district in which such person owns any property or resides or carries on his business and the said Collector on receipt of such certificate shall proceed to recover from such person the amount specified there under as if it were an arrear of land revenue; or

(ii)   the proper officer may, on an authorisation by Commissioner of Customs and in accordance with the rules made in this behalf, distrain any movable or immovable property belonging to or under the control of such person, and detain the same until the amount payable is paid; and in case, any part of the said amount payable or of the cost of the distress or keeping of the property, remains unpaid for a period of thirty days next after any such distress, may cause the said property to be sold and with the proceeds of such sale, may satisfy the amount payable and the costs including cost of sale remaining unpaid and shall render the surplus, if any, to such person.

Provided that where the person (hereinafter referred to as predecessor), by whom any sum payable under this Act including the amount required to be paid to the credit of the Central Government under section 28B is not paid, transfers or otherwise disposes of his business or trade in whole or in part, or effects any change in the ownership thereof, in consequence of which he is succeeded in such business or trade by any other person, all goods, materials, preparations, plants, machineries, vessels, utensils, implements and articles in the custody or possession of the person so succeeding may also be attached and sold by the proper officer, after obtaining written approval from the Commissioner of Customs, for the purposes of recovering the amount so payable by such predecessor at the time of such transfer or otherwise disposal or change.

(2)   Where the terms of any bond or other instrument executed under this Act or any rules or regulations made there under provide that any amount due under such instrument may be recovered in the manner laid down in sub-section (1), the amount may, without prejudice to any other mode of recovery, be recovered in accordance with the provisions of that sub-section.

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Download Form Surety Bond for a CHA Licence of CUSTOM FORM in PDF and Excel

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As per Section 146 of the custom act, 1962

SECTION146. Custom House agents to be licensed –

(1)  No person shall carry on business as an agent relating to the entry or departure of a conveyance or the import or export of goods at any customs-station unless such person holds a licence granted in this behalf in accordance with the regulations.

(2)   The Board may make regulations for the purpose of carrying out the provisions of this section and, in particular, such regulations may provide for –

(a)  The authority by which a licence may be granted under this section and the period of validity of any such licence;

(b)  The form of the licence and the fees payable there for;

(c)  The qualifications of persons who may apply for a licence and the qualifications of persons to be employed by a licensee to assist him in his work as an agent;

(d)  The restrictions and conditions (including the furnishing of security by the licensee) subject to which a licence may be granted;

(e)  The circumstances in which a licence may be suspended or revoked; and

(f)   The appeals, if any, against an order of suspension or revocation of a licence, and the period within which such appeals shall be filed.

 

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Download Form Bond for a CHA Licence of CUSTOM FORM in PDF and Excel

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As per Section 146 of the Custom Act, 1962 (52 of 1962)

SECTION 146   Custom House agents to be licensed –

(1) No person shall carry on business as an agent relating to the entry or departure of a conveyance or the import or export of goods at any customs-station unless such person holds a licence granted in this behalf in accordance with the regulations.

(2)   The Board may make regulations for the purpose of carrying out the provisions of this section and, in particular, such regulations may provide for –

(a)  The authority by which a licence may be granted under this section and the period of validity of any such licence;

(b)  The form of the licence and the fees payable there for;

(c)  The qualifications of persons who may apply for a licence and the qualifications of persons to be employed by a licensee to assist him in his work as an agent;

(d)  The restrictions and conditions (including the furnishing of security by the licensee) subject to which a licence may be granted;

(e)  The circumstances in which a licence may be suspended or revoked; and

(f)   The appeals, if any, against an order of suspension or revocation of a licence, and the period within which such appeals shall be filed.

 

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Download Form Bill of export for goods under claim for duty drawback of CUSTOM FORM in PDF and Excel

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Download Custom Form Declaration be field in case of export of goods under claim for drawback

As per section 65 of the custom act, 1962

SECTION65.  Manufacture and other operations in relation to goods in a warehouse –

(1)     With the sanction of the Assistant Commissioner of Customs or Deputy Commissioner of Customs and subject to such conditions and on payment of such fees as may be prescribed, the owner of any warehoused goods may carry on any manufacturing process or other operations in the warehouse in relation to such goods.

(2)     Where in the course of any operations permissible in relation to any warehoused goods under sub-section (1), there is any waste or refuse, the following provisions shall apply : –

(a)     if the whole or any part of the goods resulting from such operations are exported, import duty shall be remitted on the quantity of the warehoused goods contained in so much of the waste or refuse as has arisen from the operations carried on in relation to the goods exported :

Provided that such waste or refuse is either destroyed or duty is paid on such waste or refuse as if it had been imported into India in that form;

(b)     if the whole or any part of the goods resulting from such operations are cleared from the warehouse for home consumption, import duty shall be charged on the quantity of the warehoused goods contained in so much of the waste or refuse as has arisen from the operations carried on in relation to the goods cleared for home consumption.

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