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Incorrect Chapter Heading/Description at the time of generating Shipping Bill

Customs - Started By: - Ashok Chopra - Dated:- 11-8-2016 Last Replied Date:- 17-9-2016 - Respected Forum, We are manufacturer exporter,(1) at the time of export, CHA mentioned incorrect chapter heading of item in shipping bill.(2) Mismatch of Chapter .....

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n and Chapter heading does not match for mistake no. 2. My queries:-1. Is there any procedure of post export amendment in shipping bill and get the chapter heading corrected on EP copy as all other copies of shipping bill has been utilized?2. Any oth .....

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time of export, CHA mentioned incorrect chapter heading of item in shipping bill. Before file shipping bill every CHA should sending draft shipping bill for approval like description /gross wt/ net wt/ Hs code / nos of pkgs etc .if same has been appr .....

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r rectification As per Section 149 of the Customs Act, 1962, no amendment of a bill of entry or a shipping bill or bill of export shall be authorised to be amended after the imported goods have been cleared for home consumption or deposited in a ware .....

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f entry even after the clearance of goods but only on the basis of documents that existed at the time of the clearance of goods. As per Section 154 of the Customs Act, 1962, clerical or arithmetical mistakes in any decision or order passed by the Cen .....

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ice of such officer, as the case may be. Thus, the law allows correction of any mistakes that are apparent on the face of the document that do not require any investigation. No time limits are stipulated in either of the said Sections. (2) Mismatch o .....

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