Commercial"s baggage rules of India
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Commercial"s baggage rules of India based on new foreign trade policy and handbook of procedures (2009-2014) announced on 23-8-2010 by P. Veera Reddy

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Published by Commercial Law Publishers (India) in Delhi .
Written in English


  • Commercial policy,
  • Foreign trade regulation,
  • Luggage

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Edition Notes

Other titlesBaggage rules of India
StatementP. Veera Reddy, P. Mamatha
ContributionsMamatha, P., joint author
LC ClassificationsHD9970.5.L853 I4 2010
The Physical Object
Paginationxx, 218 p. ;
Number of Pages218
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL25377801M
LC Control Number2012354888

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BAGGAGE RULES AT A GLANCE Every passenger entering or leaving Indian border has to pass through Customs check. He / She must fill up the Disembarkation Card clearly mentioning the quantity and value of goods that he has Size: KB.   An Indian resident or a foreigner residing in India or a tourist of Indian origin, not being an infant, arriving from any country other than Nepal, Bhutan or Myanmar, shall be allowed clearance free of duty articles in his bona fide baggage, that is to say, used personal effects, travel souvenirs and articles other than those mentioned in Annexure I, upto the value of fifty thousand rupees if these are carried . Indian residents or foreigners coming to India can find information on baggage rules stipulated by the Central Board of Excise and Customs (CBEC). Users can get details on articles and jewellery allowed free of duty for professionals returning to India, passengers returning from and other than Nepal, Bhutan, Myanmar or China and type of items. Indian Baggage Rules - (India) Baggage (Amendment) Rules, - (Baggage Rules, ) 1. Short title and commencement. - 1.(1) These rules may be called the Baggage (Amendment) Rules, (2) They shall come into force on the 30th day of June, 2. Definitions. - In these rules, unless the context otherwise requires,-.

  Passengers are allowed to book and carry excess luggage in the luggage van, up to the maximum limit, on the payment of a fee equivalent to one-and-a-half times the luggage . Get detailed information about cabin baggage/luggage allowance, weight, size, rules, etc. IndiGo recommends that all medication, valuables, fragile items, perishable items and precious items (cameras, jewellery, money, electronics, etc.) should be carried in Hand or Cabin Baggage.   b. Any article in the baggage of passenger in respect of which the officer is satisfied that it is for the use of passenger or his family or is a bona fide gift/souvenir, provided the value does not exceed the limit specified in the rules. An Abstract of Baggage Rules. The provisions of baggage rules can be broadly classified into the following: 1. *Disclaimer: For flights under Vande Bharat Mission, the baggage allowance will 25kg (check-in baggage) +7kg (hand baggage). In addition to the one piece of Hand Baggage permitted to be carried in accordance with the above, IndiGo will permit a Customer to carry one additional personal article such as ladies’ purse or a small bag containing laptop not weighing more than 3 kgs.

  Indian Baggage rules for persons returning to India In addition to the personal effects and general free allowance, an Indian professional who is returning from to India after engaged in his/her profession abroad for 3 months is allowed to import following goods as duty free. Note: Earlier there was a clause of minimum stay in India of 1 year after taking TR. This has since been abolished. Articles allowed duty free under Transfer of Residence Used personal and household effects including items listed at Annexure-III of the Baggage Rules, except those listed in the Annexure-I & II of the baggage Rules are. Disputes in respect of ‘Carriage of Goods’ are ‘commercial disputes’. Section 2 (c) of the Commercial Courts Act defines a commercial dispute and includes disputes arising out ‘carriageof goods’. Section 2 (i) defines ‘specifiedvalue’in relation to a commercial dispute, to mean the value of the subject-matter in respect of a suit as determined in accordance with Section. A passenger residing abroad for more than one year, on return to India, shall be allowed clearance free of duty in his bona fide baggage of jewellery upto a weight, of twenty grams with a value cap of fifty thousand rupees if brought by a gentleman passenger, or forty grams with a value cap of one lakh rupees if brought by a lady passenger.