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Procedure regarding filing of ex-bond bill of entry
June, 01st 2016

Circular No. 22 /2016 -Customs

F. No. 484 / 03 / 2015 – LC (Vol II)

Government of India

Ministry of Finance

Department of Revenue

Central Board of Excise & Customs

New Delhi, the 31st May 2016

To,

All Principal Chief Commissioners Customs,

All Principal Chief Commissioners of Central Excise & Customs,

All Chief Commissioners of Customs,

All Chief Commissioners of Central Excise & Customs,

All Directors General, Chief Departmental Representative,

All Principal Commissioners of Customs,

All Principal Commissioners of Central Excise & Customs,

All Commissioners of Customs,

All Commissioners of Central Excise & Customs

Sub: Procedure regarding filing of ex-bond bill of entry

Section 68 of the Customs Act, 1962 requires the filing of a bill of entry (ex-bond bill of entry) for clearance of any warehoused goods for home consumption. At present, the ex-bond bills of entry are being filed with the Commissionerates having jurisdiction over the warehouses and in large number of cases, manually. The filing of ex-bond bills of entry on ICES will provide the benefits of automation to importers availing the warehousing facility and lend efficiency to the process of clearance of the warehoused goods.

2. Accordingly, the Board has decided that the importer or owner of the warehoused goods seeking to clear goods for home consumption under section 68 shall henceforth file ex-bond bills of entry on ICES and the customs station of import shall assess the Bill of Entry for clearance of the warehoused goods for home consumption.

3. The importer or owner of the goods shall produce a copy of the assessed ex-bond bill of entry with the order for clearance of goods for home consumption given by the proper officer, to the jurisdictional bond officer assigned to the warehouse, for permitting clearance of the warehoused goods. Upon the importer or owner producing the ex-bond bill of entry for home consumption, the bond officer shall:

i. verify the bill of entry particulars from ICEGATE at https://www.icegate.gov.in/TrackAtICES/beTrackIces (to check that the order for clearance of the goods for home consumption has been made by the proper officer); and

ii. permit the removal of goods from the warehouse for home consumption, in terms of regulation 8 of theWarehouse (Custody and Handling of Goods) Regulations, 2016, by affixing his dated signature on the copy of the ex-bond bill of entry;

4. In case of any mismatch between the details in the ex-bond bill of entry from those viewed on ICEGATE, the bond officer shall not permit removal of the goods from the warehouse and immediately inform his Deputy or Assistant Commissioner of Customs, as the case may be, who shall resolve the matter in consultation with the customs station of import.

5. The Board has already issued a circular providing that the bonds to be executed by the importer while filing a Bill of Entry for warehousing shall be executed at the customs station of import itself. Furthermore, with the imminent introduction of the system of providing a warehouse code at the into-bond bill of entry stage (circular no.19/2016-Customs refers), the warehouse where goods are to be deposited will also be available in EDI. Furthermore, Board, vide circular 21/2016-Customs dated 31st May 2016 has laid down that the period of warehousing shall be extended by the Principal Commissioner / Commissioner of Customs at the port of import and the security to be provided by the importer or owner of the goods shall be furnished at the port of import where the bill of entry for warehousing was filed. All these measures represent a fundamental change in management of warehoused goods for the department. Now, not only do these procedures fully leverage EDI facilities, but also aggregate the responsibilities at the customs station of clearance as a focal point for management of warehoused goods. This shall also address the issue pointed out by the C&AG (Report No. 12 of 2014) regarding goods lying in warehouses beyond the permitted period of warehousing. With the introduction of EDI based monitoring, the systems managers at the customs stations will be able to identify Bills of Entry where the initial period of warehousing is near expiry for initiating necessary action.

6. All these measures are expected to leverage the benefits of automation for facilitating trade; it will enable the department to monitor the permitted period for which goods remain in the warehouse; provide a single point for the importer or owner to seek extension of the warehousing period; and pay duties online.

7. The procedure contained in this circular shall come into effect from 15th June 2016.

8. Difficulties, if any, may be brought to the notice of the Board.

9. Hindi version follows

(S. Kumar)

Commissioner (Customs)

 
 
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