WHAT IS THE TIME LIMIT TO SUBMIT THE PROOF OF EXPORT OR UNDER CLAIM OF REBATE OF DUTY IN THE EXCISE DEPARTMENT. CAN YOU TELL ME LATEST NOTIFICATION.
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Proof of export are required to be submitted within 180 days from the date of Let Export Order as mentioned in the Shipping Bills or in the Airway Bill as the case may be.
Rebate claim has to file within 180 days.
Dear Mr Pradeep,
Proof of export needs to be submitted within 180 days from the date of clearance from the factory , ie date of ARE1 ( Ref Notification No.42/2001) and not from LEO date. Time limit for rabate claim is one year from the date of LEO
Thanks for correcting me.
In continuation to the above:-
Notification No.42/2001-Central Excise (N.T.)
(ii) that goods shall be exported within six months from the date on which these were cleared for export from the factory of the production or the manufacture or warehouse or other approved premises within such extended period as the Assistant Commissioner of Central Excise or Deputy Commissioner of Central Excise or Maritime Commissioner may in any particular case allow.
In Clipsal Industries v CCE (2004 (9) TMI 417 - CESTAT, NEW DELHI) = 2004 (174) ELT 188 (CESTAT SMB), it was held that the requirement is that goods should be exported within six months. There is no requirement that the proof of export must be submitted within six months.
Kindly refer to Chapter 7 para No 4.2.1 of CBEC Manual wherein it is said that proof of export should be submitted to the Range Officer within a period of 6 months from the date of clearance of goods from the factory
I HAVE ALSO HEARD THAT TO SUBMIT PROOF OF EXPORT TIME LIMIT IS ONE YEAR. CAN YOU TELL ME LATEST NOTIFICATION.
Time limit for claiming refunds including rebates:
The refund claim can be filed within one year from the relevant date as defined under Section 11B of CEA, 1944.
“relevant date” means,—
(a) in the case of goods exported out of India where a refund of excise duty paid is available in respect of the goods themselves or, as the case may be, the excisable materials used in the manufacture of such goods,—
(i) if the goods are exported by sea or air, the date on which the ship or the aircraft in which such goods are loaded, leaves India, or
(ii) if the goods are exported by land, the date on which such goods pass the frontier, or
(iii) if the goods are exported by post, the date of despatch of goods by the Post Office concerned to place outside India;
(b) in the case of goods returned for being remade, refined, reconditioned, or subjected to any other similar process, in any factory, the date of entry into the factory for the purposes aforesaid;
(c) in the case of goods to which banderols are required to be affixed if removed for home consumption but not so required when exported outside India, if returned to a factory after having been removed from such factory for export out of India, the date of entry into the factory;
(d) in a case where a manufacturer is required to pay a sum, for a certain period, on the basis of the rate fixed by the Central Government by notification in the Official Gazette in full discharge of his liability for the duty leviable on his production of certain goods, if after the manufacturer has made the payment on the basis of such rate for any period but before the expiry of that period such rate is reduced, the date of such reduction;