3.1 It is not necessary that goods imported temporarily
under the Convention shall be re-exported from the same Port/Airport as
that of importation
3.2 The re-exportation will be on the basis of the
re-exportation voucher of the Carnet. The re-exportation Counterfoil and
Voucher will be presented along with 2 photocopies (which will be
inscribed as duplicate and triplicate) to the Noting Clerk for noting. The
Examination and clearance of the goods meant for re-export will also be
conducted at the same Centralised Appraising Unit.
3.3 The Re-export Voucher will be dealt with in the same
manner as the normal Shipping Bill after the Shipping Bill has been noted
in the Export Department.
3.4 The Centralised Appraising Unit will enter the
complete particulars of such re-export in a register maintained for the
3.5 The unit will also send complete particulars of each
consignment of such exports to the Centralised Appraising Unit of the
Custom House in cases where export is made through another Custom House
through which the goods were cleared on their importation into India, with
a copy to the Directorate General of Inspection.