As per Section 11b of the Central Excise Act, rebate of duty paid shall be provided to goods exported, and materials used to manufacture goods which are then exported from India. This policy is in terms with export promotion policies of the country. Sometimes the importer and exporter ends up paying more than applicable customs duty on the products imported or exported. Section 27 of the Customs Act, 1962 refers for refunds on interest and duty paid in excess by importer or exporter. Service Tax paid to the government of India are liable to be refunded by the same authority under certain provisions.
What all you get ?
- Refund of Central Excise duty (Excess payment of duty)
- Refund of Predeposits
- Rebate of duty paid on goods exported
- Rebate of duty on inputs used in the manufacture of goods exported
- Rebate on exports of Pan Masala and Gutkha
- Refund of accumulated CENVAT credit for export under bond
- Refund of duty / interest
- Refund of Deposits
- Refund of 4% Special Additional Central Excuse Duty
- Refund due to Incorrect Assessment of Customs Duty
- Refund due to Lack of information on the importer/exporter’s side
- Refund due to Pilferage of Goods
- Refund due to Shortage of Landing
- Service Tax refund in respect of the services used in export
- Sanction of refund in respect of service used by SEZ or developer
- Refund of accumulated CENVAT Credit for export of services
- Refund Claim of service tax
WHY CHOOSE US ?
- Obtain your excess money paid to government as soon as possible
- Increase your liquidity by claiming the refunds
- It is important to apply for refunds within stipulated time as per the law
- Interest is also received on delay of refunds