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Guidelines for Assessment and Examination of goods on weighment basis Under the provisions of the Customs Act, 1962 regarding

Customs - 17/2010 - Dated:- 29-6-2010 - OFFICE OF THE COMMISSIONER OF CUSTOMS CUSTOM HOUSE, KANDLA, KUCHCHH COMMISSIONERATE F.No.S/20-02/2010 Appg(G) Date: 29.06.2010 PUBLIC NOTICE NO. 17/2010 Sub: . Attention of all the assessing and examining offic .....

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from time to time. For assessment of such goods, examination order shall necessarily contain verification of total gross / net weight of the goods during examination and the same shall invariably be endorsed by examining staff in the examination rep .....

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eviation in declared weight is not more than 1% or if the amount of duty involved on excess weight doesn t exceed ₹ 25/-, the declared weight may be accepted. As per Point No 10, when excess weight over the prescribed allowance is noticed, the .....

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is Commissionerate. (i) In all kind of cargos, including scrap, no adjudication will be done up to 1% deviation in the actual weight than the declared weight, but the value of the Excess goods will be loaded in the total assessable value and appropri .....

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