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CBIC exempts Custom duty on Scrips Issued Under RoSL Scheme For Apparel and Made-Ups Sectors [Read Notification]

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The Central Board of Indirect Taxes and Customs (CBIC) exempted custom duty on scrips issued under Rebate of State Levies  (RoSL) Scheme for apparel and made-ups sectors.

The Government laid down various conditions for the exemption of custom duty.

The duty credit in the scrip is issued against exports of garments and made-ups under the RoSL scheme where the order permitting clearance and loading of goods for exportation under section 51 of the said Act has been made on or after the 20th October, 2016 for garments, on or after the 23rd March, 2017 for made-ups, and till 6th March, 2019 for the said goods.

The duty credit in the scrip is issued against exports of the said goods as per the respective rate and cap as notified by the Ministry of Textiles from time to time and in operation at the time of the order permitting clearance and loading of goods for exportation under section 51 of the said Act.

The exporter has not claimed or shall not claim credit or rebate or refund or reimbursement of the State levies rebated under RoSL scheme under any other mechanism.

The rebate under the RoSL scheme shall not be applicable for exports made against the Advance Authorisation Scheme under the Foreign Trade Policy 2015-20.

“The script is produced before the proper officer of Customs at the time of clearance for debit of the duties leviable on the goods and the proper officer of Customs after taking into account the debits already made under this exemption and debits made under the notification of Government of India, Ministry of Finance, Department of Revenue, No.07/2020-Central Excise, dated the 21st October, 2020 shall ensure the debit of the duties leviable on the goods, but for this exemption,” the notification while laying down the condition said.

The scrip and goods imported against it shall be freely transferable.

Where the importer does not claim exemption from the additional duty of customs leviable under sub-sections (1), (3) and (5) of section 3 of the said Customs Tariff Act, he shall be deemed not to have availed the exemption from the said duty for the purpose of calculation of the said additional duty of customs.

The importer shall be entitled to avail of the drawback of the duty of customs leviable under the First Schedule to the said Customs Tariff Act against the amount debited in the said scrip; and

The importer shall be entitled to avail drawback or CENVAT credit of additional duty leviable under sub-sections (1), (3) and (5) of section 3 of the said Customs Tariff Act against the amount debited in the said scrip.

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