Islamabad, the 3rd July, 2004.

 

CUSTOMS GENERAL ORDER NO. 05/2004

The Central Board of Revenue is pleased to order that the following amendment shall be made in the Customs General Order No.12 of 2002 dated 15.06.2002, namely:­-

In CGO 12, chapter III, in sub-para (2) of the Rule 4 of the aforesaid Customs General Order, shall be substituted with new sub para as under:-­

“Goods Declaration (GD) of all types except Transhipment Permit (TP), already introduced, shall consist of four copies w.e.f. 1st July 2004″.

1. Customs Copy It may be used for delivery of goods. After the delivery

it should be submitted by the Gates to the Audit Section

which should send its photocopy to CRA and the

original to MCD after audit within seven days, as per

present practice.

2. Importer Copy It may be used by the importer for refund, rebate,

registration of vehicles and for record etc.

3. Clearing Agent Copy It shall be retained by the clearing agent for record

purposes and shall be produced “to customs whenever

required.

4. Exchange Control Copy For the use of State Bank.

The first three copies of GD shall be machine numbered and bear examination report. The Transhipment Permit shall consist of following four copies.

1. Import Section Copy It may be used for delivery of goods. After delivery it

should be submitted by the Gates to the Import Section

who may send it to MCD as per present practice.

2. Importer Copy To be retained by importer for record and production to

customs authorities at the time of ex-bonding.

3. Bonded Carrier Copy To be retained by Bonded Carrier for record purposes

and submission to customs whenever required.

4. Dry Port Copy To be sent to the destined dry ports.

 

 

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