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Setting off of CVD and SAD under GST Regime, Goods and Services Tax - GST

Issue Id: - 112894
Dated: 3-10-2017
By:- malay pota
Setting off of CVD and SAD under GST Regime

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I have a question regarding payment of CVD and SAD as per old Customs duty structure and setting off of the same under GST regime.

Our question is as under:

Suppose I, as MANUFACTURER, have an Advance Authorization (Advance Licence) issued in 2016 .In the advance licence we have made import and effected export also but, unfortunately we could not fulfill complete Export Obligation and for regularization of the advance licence, we need to pay applicable customs duty on the excess import made by us with interest. The applicable duty structure( when the goods imported by us) of the imported item for which we need to pay customs duty with applicable rate of interest is 7.5% Basic Customs duty +12.5 Additional Customs duty (CVD)+2% Higher education cess+1% Secondary Higher Education Cess+4% Special additional duty(SAD).

Before application of GST, 12.5% CVD and 4% SAD were to be allowed to be set off by Claiming CENVAT. Now,my question is if, i regularize the advance licence today by paying the Customs duty as applicable rate as above how can i claim set off of CVD as well as SAD paid by me in the GST regime ?

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1 Dated: 3-10-2017
By:- MUKUND THAKKAR

claim thru TRN-1 if not filed. last date of filling TRN-1 is 31.10.2017.


2 Dated: 3-10-2017
By:- MARIAPPAN GOVINDARAJAN

Yes, I agreed with Shri Mukund.


3 Dated: 5-10-2017
By:- malay pota

Thank you very much to both of you for replying.But, TRN1 is I think for the credit which is pending to claim as on 1st July 2017 when GST became applicable.My question is if I pay the Customs duty TODAY( on 5th October 2017) for regularisation of Advance Authorisation as per the old customs duty structure which was applicable at the time of actual import of the item for which i need to pay Customs duty in such case, the CVD and SAD which i will pay how the same will be sett off now in the GST regime?


4 Dated: 6-10-2017
By:- JSW CEMENT LIMITED

Through Trans-1 you can claim credit availed upto 30th July. In my opinion, you can claim refund of duty paid under section 142(3) of CGST ACT 2017


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