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'Registered dealers can pass on duties paid on imports to buyers in DTA'

TNC Rajagopalan 

We are traders of paper and Kraft liner board in Bangalore. We are registered with the excise department and importing (100 per cent duty paid) and selling within India, and doing a little export. Now we have received an order from a SEZ unit, which has advised us to charge excise duty (pro-rata) and later get a refund from the excise department. The SEZ unit will be issuing us a disclaimer certificate for not claiming excise duty at their end. Please advise on this and on the procedure also. Before starting, do we have to seek prior permission from our excise range? What are the documents ...

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We are traders of paper and Kraft liner board in Bangalore. We are registered with the excise department and importing (100 per cent duty paid) and selling within India, and doing a little export. Now we have received an order from a SEZ unit, which has advised us to charge excise duty (pro-rata) and later get a refund from the excise department. The SEZ unit will be issuing us a disclaimer certificate for not claiming excise duty at their end. Please advise on this and on the procedure also. Before starting, do we have to seek prior permission from our excise range? What are the documents to be received from the SEZ unit? First, please note that excise duty is a duty on goods manufactured in India. Since your item is imported, there is no question of paying any excise duty at all. What you pay as an importer is additional duty of customs (CVD), which is equal to excise duty. You also pay four per cent additional duty (SAD) that countervails the sales tax/VAT. As a registered dealer, y We are traders of paper and Kraft liner board in Bangalore. We are registered with the excise department and importing (100 per cent duty paid) and selling within India, and doing a little export. Now we have received an order from a SEZ unit, which has advised us to charge excise duty (pro-rata) and later get a refund from the excise department. The SEZ unit will be issuing us a disclaimer certificate for not claiming excise duty at their end. Please advise on this and on the procedure also. Before starting, do we have to seek prior permission from our excise range? What are the documents ... image
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'Registered dealers can pass on duties paid on imports to buyers in DTA'

We are traders of paper and Kraft liner board in Bangalore. We are registered with the excise department and importing (100 per cent duty paid) and selling within India, and doing a little export. Now we have received an order from a SEZ unit, which has advised us to charge excise duty (pro-rata) and later get a refund from the excise department. The SEZ unit will be issuing us a disclaimer certificate for not claiming excise duty at their end. Please advise on this and on the procedure also. Before starting, do we have to seek prior permission from our excise range? What are the documents ...

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