Appendix - E, F


Appendix E
(See rule 7)

(1)

Articles allowed free of duty
(2)

(a) Tourists of Indian origin

(i) Used personal effects and travel souvenirs, if-
(a) these goods are for personal use of the
tourist, and
(b) these goods, other than those consumed
during the stay in India, are re-exported when
the tourist leaves India for a foreign destination.

(ii) articles as allowed to be cleared under
rule 3 or rule 4.

(b) Tourists of foreign origin other
than those of Nepalese origin coming
from Nepal or of Bhutanese origin
coming from Bhutan.

(i) Used personal effects and travel souvenirs, if-
(a) these goods are for personal use of the
tourist, and
(b) these goods, other than those consumed
during the stay in India, are re-exported when
the tourist leaves India for a foreign destination.

(ii) articles other than those mentioned in
Annex.I upto a value of Rs. 4,000 for
making gifts.

(c) Tourists of Nepalese origin coming
from Nepal or of Bhutanese origin
coming from Bhutan.

No free allowance.

(Return to Rule 7)

Appendix F
(see rule 8)

Articles allowed free of duty

Conditions

Relaxations that may be considered

(a) Used personal and
household articles, other
than those listed at Annex I
or Annex II, but including
jewellery upto ten thousand
rupees by a gentleman
passenger or rupees
twenty thousand by a lady
passenger.

(1) Minimum stay of two years
abroad, immediately preceding
the date of his arrival on TR,

(a) For condition (1)
Shortfall of upto 2 months in
stay abroad can be condoned
by Assistant Commissioner of
Customs if the early return is on
account of
(i) terminal leave or vacation
being availed of by the
passenger; or
(ii) any other special
circumstances.

(2) total stay in India on short
visit during the 2 preceding
years should not exceed 6
months, and

(b) For condition (2)
Commissioner of Customs may
condone short visits in excess
of 6 months in deserving cases.

(3) passenger has not availed
this concession in the preceding
three years.

(c) For condition (3)
No relaxation.

(b) Jewellery taken out
earlier by the passanger or
by a member of his family
from India

Satisfaction of the Asstt.
Commissioner of Customs
regarding the jewellery having
been taken out earlier from
India

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(Return to Rule 8)

Annex I
1. Fire arms.
2. Cartridges of fire arms exceeding 50.
3. Cigarettes exceeding 200 or cigars exceeding 50 or tobacco exceeding 250 gms.
4. Alcoholic liquor and wines in excess of one litre each.
5. Gold or silver, in any form, other than ornaments.
(Return to Appendix A, Appendix B, Appendix C, Appendix F)

Annex II 1. Colour Television/Monochrome Television.
2.Video Cassette Recorder/ Video Cassette Player/ Video Television Receiver.
3.Washing Machine.
4.Electrical/ Liquefied Petroleum Gas Cooking Range (other than Electrical/ Liquefied
Petroleum Gas stoves with not more than two burners and without any extra attachment.
5.Dish Washer.
6.Music System.
7.Personal Computer.
8.Air Conditioner.
9.Refrigerator.
10.Deep Freezer.
11.Microwave Oven
12.Video camera or the combination of such video camera with one or more of the following
goods, namely:-
(a) Television Receiver;
(b) Sound recording or reproducing apparatus;
(c) Video reproducing apparatus.
13. Word Processing Machine.
14. Fax machine.
15.Vessels.
16.Aircraft.
17.Cinematographic films of 35 mm and above.
18.Gold or silver, in any form, other than ornaments.
(Return to Appendix C, Appendix F)


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