Special Economic Zones SEZ Rule 2006 with Forms and Annexure.


Introduction

SEZ Rules 2006 are the rules which lay down the complete procedure which an individual is required to follow if one intends to develop the SEZ or one intends to establish a unit in SEZ. The benefits of various taxes available to a developer or a unit are also given in the SEZ rule.

GSR 54 (E) In exercise of the powers conferred by section 55 of the Special Economic Zones Act, 2005 (28 of 2005), the Central Government hereby makes the following rules, namely:-

SEZ Rules

Chapter I (Rule 1,2)

Preliminary

Chapter II (Rule 3 to16)

Procedure for establishment of special economic zone

Chapter III (Rule 17 to 21)

Procedure for establishment of a unit

Chapter IV (Rule 22 to 46)

Terms and conditions subject to which entrepreneur and developer shall be entitled to exemptions, drawbacks and concessions

Chapter V (Rule 47 to 52)

Conditions subject to which goods may be removed from a special economic zone to the domestic tariff area

Chapter VI (Rule 53, 54)

Foreign exchange earning – requirements and monitoring

Chapter VII (Rule 55 to 69)

Appeal

Chapter VIII (Rule 70 To 77)

Miscellaneous

SEZ Forms

Form A

Application for setting up of Special Economic Zone

Form B

Format for letter of approval for SEZ developer

Form C

Format for letter of approval for providing infrastructure facilities in SEZ.

Form D

Bond-cum-legal undertaking for developer

Form E

Format for quarterly and half-yearly report for SEZ developer/co-developer to be furnished to the development commissioner

Form F

Consolidated application form

Form G

Format for letter of approval for unit

Form H

Bond-cum-legal undertaking for special economic zone unit

Form I

Annual performance report for units

Form J

Form for appeal

Form K

Permanent identity card



SEZ Annexure

Annexure I (See Rule 54)

Guidelines for annual monitoring of performance of units in special economic

Annexure II (See Sub-Rule 3 of Rule 5)

Minimum area for product specific SEZ

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