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This notification exempts Indian goods meant for display in Exhibition, Fairs etc.

Notification No. 1/1964-Customs (18/01/1964)

Goods which are required by a notification under section 117 of the Trade and Merchandise Marks Act, 1958, to have applied to them an indication of the country or place in which they were made or produced or the name and address of the manufacturer or the person for whom the goods were manufactured unless such goods show such indication a...

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This notification relates to Imported Packages (Opening) Regulation, 1963

Notification No. 182/1963-Customs (13/07/1963)

In exercise of the powers conferred by section 157 of the Customs Act, 1962 (52 of 1962), and in supersession of the notification of the Government of India in the late Finance Department (Central Revenue) No. 53-Cus., dated the 2nd July, 1927, the Central Board of Revenue hereby makes the following regulation, namely....

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This notification relates to Warehoused Goods (Removal) Regulations, 1963

Notification No. 59/1963-Customs (01/02/1963)

Where the goods are to be removed from one warehouse to another in the same town, the proper officer may require that the transport of the goods between the two warehouses be under the supervision of an officer of Customs, the owner meeting the cost of such supervision....

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This notification relates to Imported Stores (Retention on Board) Regulations, 1963.

Notification No. 57/1963-Customs (01/02/1963)

In the case of consumable stores other than those specified in clause (a) such of other stores are likewise kept under Customs seal: Provided that if the proper officer is satisfied that it is not practicable so to do, he may, after taking inventory of such other stores, allow them to remain on board without being put under Customs seal....

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This notification relates to Notice of Short-Export Rules, 1963.

Notification no. 56/1963-Customs (01/02/1963)

Exporter to furnish information regarding Short-Export.- If any goods mentioned in a shipping bill or bill of export and cleared for exportation are not exported, the exporter shall, within seven days, from the date of departure of the conveyance by which such goods were intended to be exported....

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This notification relates to Accessories condition Rules 1963

Notification No. 18/1963-Customs (23/01/1963)

Accessories of and spare parts and maintenance or repairing implements for, any article, when imported along with that article shall be chargeable at the same rate of duty as that article, if the proper officer is satisfied that in the ordinary course of trade :- (i) such accessories, parts and implements are compulsorily supplied along w...

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Custom duty is an indirect tax which is applicable on goods which are imported into India and a few goods which are exported out of India. Globally, countries levy custom duties over import and export of goods for raising revenue and also for shielding their domestic companies from competitors from several other countries. Custom duty in India is imposed on almost universally all the goods which are imported into India. Export duties are imposed on few goods as provided under Second Schedule. These duties are not imposed on few items such as lifesaving drugs or equipment, food grains, fertilizers etc. Import duties are divided into basic duty, true countervailing duty, additional customs duty, protective duty, anti-dumping duty and education cess.

Customs duty in India is imposed according to the value of the goods or their weight, dimension and other various criteria as per the goods. Where the duties are based on goods value, then the custom duties are known as ad valorem duties, and where the duty is based on quantity or weight, the duties are known as specific duties.

Customs Act, 1962 empowers the government of India for levying customs duty, prohibiting import and export of goods, framing policies for exporting and importing and penalties, offences etc. All the matters which are related to custom duty comes under the CBEC (Central Board of Excise & Customs). The Central Board of Excise & Customs also formulates policies with respect to custom duty rate, smuggling prevention and administrative decisions that are related to customs formations.

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