When items are imported into a country, the importer is responsible for paying customs duty. The importer prepares a Bill of Entry specifying the value, amount, and description of the commodities. This is made in three copies.
A Bill of Entry, also known as a Shipment Bill, is a declaration made by the shipper and delivered to a customhouse detailing the kind and value of items to be imported or exported.
Import Documents Required Checklist Clearance of Customs
Bill of Entry is a legal document that documents the entry of a person into
Invoice for business.
Airway Bill or Bill of Lading
LC stands for Letter of Credit.
Technical Documentation or Literature (Only required for specific goods)
Industrial Permit (for specific goods)
Bill of entry for personal use:
Before the introduction of electronic filing media, this bill of entry was white in colour. When no electronic data interchange is available to file a bill of entry electronically, a manual bill of entry is filed.
A bill of lading is a document that serves as verification that goods have been loaded by boat or air. A bill of entry is an authenticated document provided by customs authorities during the clearance of goods for either import or export.
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