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FORMATS FOR CLAIMING DUTY DRAWBACK ON ALL INDUSTRY RATES/FIXATION OF DRAWBACK RATES/REFUND OF TERMINAL EXCISE DUTY

APPENDIX 35 - Old_Provisions - Appendix - DGFT - APPENDIX 35 - APPENDIX 35 (Please see ANF 8) DBK I STATEMENT Description of the Export Product supplied- Bill of Materials* issued for manufacture of (No. of units of the export product). *(Bill of materials should consist of raw materials and components going into the manufacture of export product supplied and the actual packing materials used). S. No. Name of the material/ component Quality Technical characteristics Whether imported or indigenou .....

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/materials such as lubricating oil, greases, fuel etc. which are employed to run the machinery and plant should be excluded. 3. The data for packing materials should be for the same unit quantity for which data for export product for raw materials and components have been given. 4. Only those raw materials/components etc. to be indicated for which proof of payment of Customs/Central Excise duties is shown in DBK-II/III. Details of such inputs need not be given where no benefit of duty paid is cl .....

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_______________________________ Address ______________________________ Fax No. ________________________________ II. It is certified that (To be given by an independent Chartered Engineer): a) The consumption of various materials shown in DBK-I has been examined by us and these are actually required and being consumed in the factory of production for manufacture of export product supplied as checked by us on verification of the production process and relevant technical and related documents. b) T .....

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industry has been indicated by us, under 'Remarks' column. Signature____________________________ Name_______________________________ Designation__________________________ Address_____________________________ Place___________ Date____________ Branch of Engg. in which qualified:_____________________ Name & Address of the institution :_____________________________________ under which Chartered Ref.No.and date _____________________________________ of membership. _________________________ .....

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e 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Heading No. in Customs Tariff Act, 1975 Rate of duty Country from which imported and name of supplier Is assessment final Basic duty + Additional Customs Duty Name and full address of the supplier in case the foreign material/Components obtained locally Remarks 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 Notes: 1. If any of the materials mentioned above have also been procured from indigenous origin, this must be specifically stated in remarks column and full details of the procurement alongwith pr .....

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ssessed B/Es. 4. Refund application made against any B/E, with details must be indicated. 5. Stock position of the above materials/Components also to be given separately (in linked statement II-A). CERTIFICATE REQUIRED FOR DBK II STATEMENT Certified that the particulars mentioned in this statement are correct to the best of my knowledge and belief and no claims for refund of duty in respect of any of the above mentioned bills of entries (other than whose details are furnished) has been or will b .....

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No. in DBK I statement B/E No. and date covering the imported stock Name of the Customs House Unit Qty. imported originally Assessable value 1 2 3 4 5 6 6A 7 8 Heading no. in Customs Tariff Act, 1975 Rate of duty Country from where imported & name of supplier Is assessment final Basic duty + Addl. customs duty Name and full address of the supplier in case the foreign materials/components obtained locally Stock as on ___ Remarks 9 10 11 12 13 13A 14 15 16 Note:- 1. In this statement furnish d .....

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nd applications made if any for procurement shown in stock with details to be indicated. 4. Photocopies of all Bills of Entries mentioned above must be enclosed. CERTIFICATE REQUIRED FOR DBK II A STATEMENT Certified that the particulars mentioned in this statement are correct to the best of my knowledge and belief and no claims for refund of duty in respect of any of the above mentioned bills of entries has been or will be lodged with the Customs Authorities. Signature and Stamp of independent C .....

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cription Technical Characteristics S.No. in DBK-I statement Unit Qty purchased Assessable value Central excise Tariff Heading no. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Effective rate of duty paid Amount of duty paid Name and address of supplier Invoice No. and date Is assessment on duty final Remark s 9 10 11 12 13 14 Notes:- 1. In this statement details of only those items which are chargeable to the excise duty to be given for which proof of Central Excise duty can be established by Invoices. 2. Materials/Component .....

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material/component. 3. The particulars of Invoice numbers and date where the applicant is the consignee should be furnished under col.11. Photocopies of all Invoices for inputs which are subject to Central Excise Duties of 20% or higher and some representative copies for other Invoices must be enclosed. 4. If the assessment which is not final or duty is paid under protest the extent of dispute may please be clearly indicated (copy of S V B Order to be attached). 5. Refund applications made if a .....

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