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KYC to be submitted while claiming for TED Refund, Central Excise

Issue Id: - 112962
Dated: 24-10-2017
By:- Sourabh Sharma
KYC to be submitted while claiming for TED Refund

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Dear All,

I am little confused on documents to be submitted along with ANF 7A for claiming TED refund by recipient of Goods, where in recipient claiming TED benefit is not registered with Central Excise and he has paid all the excise duty to the supplier. As per Circular No. 15/2008-Customs dated 26.9.2008, which says that In case of recipient units, not registered with Central Excise, a certificate evidencing the receipt of goods may be issued by the Chartered Accountant/Chartered Engineer. Central Excise officers are not required to issue any certificate in such cases.

But on doing the same, DGFT had issued us the discrepancy letter stating submission of Excise Certificate (proofing submission of excise) which is not possible in our case and as per the said circular we are not required ti submit any Central Excise certificate.

Please advice.


Sourabh Sharma


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Ministry of Finance and Ministry of Commerce both are separate departments. Customs is under Ministry of Finance and DGFT is under Ministry of Commerce. Both have their own instructions.


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