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Clarification on issues related to furnishing of Bond/Letter of Undertaking for Exports–Reg.

Goods and Services Tax - 5/5/2017 - Dated:- 11-8-2017 - Rescinded vide Circular dated 4-10-2017 Circular No. 5/5/2017 - GST F. No. 349/82/2017-GST Government of India Ministry of Finance Department of Revenue Central Board of Excise and Customs GST Policy Wing New Delhi, Dated the 11th August, 2017 To, The Principal Chief Commissioners/Chief Commissioners/Principal Commissioners/ Commissioners of Central Tax (All) The Principal Director Generals/ Director Generals (All) Madam/Sir, Subject: Clari .....

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168 (1) of the Central Goods and Services Tax Act, 2017, for the purpose of uniformity in the implementation of the Act, following issues are being clarified hereunder: a. Eligibility to export under LUT: Notification No. 16/2017 - Central Tax dated 7th July, 2017 specifies conditions to be fulfilled for export under Letter of Undertaking (LUT) in place of bond. In the extant Central Excise provisions, LUTs were limited to manufacturer exporters only. The intent of the said notification is to li .....

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t turnover, whichever is a higher amount, in the previous financial year. A few illustrations are as follows: i. An exporter had a turnover of ₹ 15 crore in the previous financial year. He would be eligible for LUT facility if remittance received against this export is ₹ 1.5 crore or more (10% of export turnover is more than ₹ 1 crore) ii. An exporter had a turnover of ₹ 5 crore in the previous financial year. He would be eligible for LUT facility if remittance received a .....

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7 which is 5% of the export turnover. He will not be eligible for LUT facility as remittance received is less than 10% of export turnover, even though it is in excess of ₹ 1 crore. v. An exporter has received ₹ 1 Crore 10 lacs as foreign inward remittances in FY 2016-17 which is 20% of the export turnover. In this scenario, he will be eligible for LUT facility. It may however be noted that a status holder as specified in paragraphs 3.20 and 3.21 of the Foreign Trade Policy 2015-2020 .....

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most priority and should be accepted within a period of three working days from the date of submission of LUT/bond along with complete documents by the exporter. d. Purchases from manufacturer and form CT-1: It is learnt that there is lack of clarity about treatment of CT-1 form which was earlier used for purchase of goods by a merchant exporter from a manufacturer without payment of central excise duty. The scheme holds no relevance under GST since transaction between a manufacturer and a merch .....

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ke any other taxable supplies. The EOUs, to the extent of exports, are eligible for zero rating like any other exporter. f. Forward inward remittance in Indian Rupee: Various representations have been received with respect to receipts of proceeds of supplies in Indian Rupee especially with respect to exports to Nepal, Bhutan and SEZ developer/SEZ unit. Attention is invited to Para A (v) Part-I of RBI Master Circular no. 14/2015-16 dated July 1, 2015 (updated as on November 5, 2015), which states .....

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also be realized in rupees, provided it is through a freely convertible Vostro account of a non-resident bank situated in any country other than a member country of Asian Clearing Union (ACU) or Nepal or Bhutan . Accordingly, it is clarified that acceptance of LUT instead of a bond for supplies of goods to Nepal or Bhutan or SEZ developer or SEZ unit will be permissible irrespective of whether the payments are made in Indian currency or convertible foreign exchange as long as they are in accord .....

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Commissioner may waive off the requirement to furnish bank guarantee taking into account the facts and circumstances of each case. It is expected that this provision would be implemented liberally. Some of the instances of liberal interpretation are as follows: i. an exporter registered with recognized Export Promotion Council can be allowed to submit bond without bank guarantee on submission of a self-attested copy of the proof of registration with a recognized Export Promotion Council ii. In .....

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untal of receipts and turnover across different registered person with the same PAN. But the total amount of inward foreign remittances received by all the registered persons, having one Permanent Account Number, maybe ₹ 1 crore or more and it also maybe 10% or more of total export turnover. In such cases, the registered person can be allowed to submit bond without bank guarantee. h. Jurisdictional officer: It has been clarified in Circular Nos. 2/2/2017 - GST dated 4th July, 2017 and 4/4/ .....

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