The Central Excise Rules, 2002

Notes on the Central excise

 

Short title, extent and commencement: Definitions

Appointment and jurisdiction of Central Excise Officers

 

Duty payable on removal

 

Determination of rate of duty and tariff valuation

 

Assessment of duty Provisional assessment Manner of payment of duty Registration

Daily Stock Account Invoicing system Filling of Return

Job work in Jewellery

 

Procedure and facilities for Large Taxpayer Unit

 

Procedure  for  maintenance  of  records  and  payment  of  duty  by  the independent weaver of unprocessed fabrics

 

Special procedure for payment of duty

 

Treatment for removal of Goods, received back for reworking thereat

 

Removal of Goods for Job Work.

 

Procedure to be followed for removal of goods.

 

Removal of goods by a 100% EOU to a Domestic Tariff Area

 

Rebate of duty.

 

Export without payment of duty. Warehousing.

Remission of Duty


Procedures relating to submission of records. Power to stop and search.

Power to detain or seize goods. Confiscation and penalty. Penalty for certain offences. General penalty

Confiscated property to vest in Central Government. Disposal of confiscated goods.

Storage charges in respect of goods confiscated and redeemed

 

Power to issue supplementary instructions

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