Download Duty Drawback Under Section 75 PNG. The duty drawback provisions are described under section 74 and section 75 under the customs act, 1962. Duty drawback provisions are given under section 74 and 75 of the customs act, 1962.
This act laid down the various restrictions and conditions to claim drawback of duties under certain situations. Duty drawback is the refund of duties, taxes, and fees paid on imported merchandise that is exported or used in the manufacturing of exported merchandise. Under gst regime, drawback under section 75 shall be limited to customs duties on imported inputs and central excise duty on items specified in fourth schedule to central excise act 1944 (specified petroleum products, tobacco etc.) used as inputs or fuel for captive power generation.
The duty drawback provisions are described under section 74 and section 75 under the customs act, 1962.
Also, duty drawback rates or concession are only applicable on products which are used in the processing of goods manufactured in india and exported and imported. Companies filing drawback claims or authorized under the duties relief program must provide the cbsa with satisfactory evidence information where drawback 30. Under nafta, manufacturing drawback falls under the lesser of the two rule, which means the amount of drawback paid is based on the lesser amount of the customs duties paid on the goods either to the united states or to canada or mexico. Duty drawback provisions are given under section 74 and 75 of the customs act, 1962.