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Reduction of Time Gap Between Berthing Of Vessel And Entry Inwards Reg.

Customs - 157/2016 - Dated:- 25-11-2016 - OFFICE OF THE PRINCIPAL COMMISSIONER OF CUSTOMS (GENERAL) MUMBAI ZONE-II, JAWAHARLAL NEHRU CUSTOM HOUSE, NHAVA SHEVA TALUKA: URAN, DISTRICT: RAIGAD, MAHARASHTRA-400707 F. NO. S/43-239/2014 PSO/JNCH DATE: 25/11/2016 Public Notice No. 157/2016 Sub: Attention of the Members of Trade and Industry, Shipping lines, Port Terminal Operators and all other stakeholders to Section 30 (delivery of Import Manifest) and Section 31 (Imported goods not to be unloaded fr .....

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Official Gazette, in this behalf shall, in the case of a vessel or an aircraft, deliver to the proper officer an import manifest prior to the arrival of the vessel of the aircraft, as the case may be, and in the case of a vehicle, an import report within twelve hours after its arrival in the customs station, in the prescribed form and if the import manifest or the import report or any part thereof, is not delivered to the proper officer within the time specified in this sub-section and if the pr .....

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manifest or import report or any part thereof within the time specified in this sub-section, he may accept it at any time thereafter. (2) The person delivering the import manifest or import report shall at the foot thereof make and subscribe to a declaration as to the truth of its contents. (3) If the proper officer is satisfied that the import manifest or import report is in any way incorrect or incomplete, and that there was no fraudulent intention, he may permit it to be amended or supplemen .....

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l apply to the unloading of baggage accompanying a passenger or a member of the crew, mail bags, animals, perishable goods and hazardous goods. 2. thus, on a co-joint reading of sections 30 and 31, it is clear that the vessel can start unloading the goods only after an order/permission/permit led Entry Inward is granted by the Customs following submission by the Master or Shipping Agent of the import manifest containing details of the cargo on board the vessel. 3. The Customs Act provides for fi .....

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ding Officer. As per the extant procedure, the Entry Inwards is granted by the Boarding Officer after completion of boarding formalities. 4. In order to expedite the grant of Entry Inward, it has been decided that to delink Entry Inwards with the physical act of Boarding Officer boarding the vessel and then granting Entry Inwards in the system. Therefore, Boarding Officer shall ensure that a system is devised so that on receipt of the message regarding the reporting of the vessel at the Pilot St .....

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