Export Documentation In Pakistan
Now a days export license is no MORE required to export. Only the following initial documents are required to export: --
National Tax Number Certificate, which is issued by the Income Tax Department on filing of application form accompanied with one attested photocopy of NIC.
Commercial exporter is not required to register with sales tax department. But if you pay the sales tax on purchasing the goods from local market it will be better for you to get yourself register with sales tax department so that you may claim refund of your input tax deducting on your purchases. Once you are registered in sales tax department you will be obliged to file ...view middle of the document...
The Customs authorities will detach the original copy and after filling in the portion relating to them and affixing their seal and signature thereon forward it to the State Bank. The Customs authorities will return the duplicate, triplicate and quadruplicate copies to the exporter or his authorised agent who will retain the quadruplicate for his own record and submit the duplicate and triplicate copies to the Authorised Dealer alongwith the shipping documents within 14 days from the date of shipment.
Submission of Export Documents to the bank :-
All shipping documents covering goods exported from Pakistan and declared on form 'E' must be passed through the medium of bank within 14 days from the date of shipment. The exporter must submit the duplicate (bearing Customs seal and signature of Customs Officials with Code number) and triplicate copies of form 'E' alongwith the shipping documents, invoices etc., to the bank who had certified the form 'E'. An extra copy of the shipper's invoice must be attached to the triplicate copy of the form 'E'.
Import Export Pakistan Legislation Terms and Definition
Posted on June 19, 2008 by Imran
Bill of Lading for Import Export Pakistan
A bill of lading (also referred to as a BOL or B/L) is a document issued by a carrier , e.g. a ship’s master or by a company’s shipping department, acknowledging that specified goods have been received on board as cargo for conveyance to a named place for delivery to the consignee who is usually identified.