SECTION 111. Confiscation improperly imported goods, etc of.

 

CUSTOMS ACT 1962

 
SECTION 111. Confiscation improperly imported goods, etc of.
 
The following goods brought from a place outside India shall be liable to confiscation : –
(a) any goods imported by sea or air which are unloaded or attempted to be unloaded at any place other than a customs port or customs airport appointed under clause (a) of section 7 for the unloading of such goods;
(b) anygoods imported by land or inland water through any route other than a route specified in a notification issued under clause (c) of section 7 for the import of such goods;
( c) anydutiable or prohibited goods brought into any bay, gulf, creek or tidal river for the purpose of being landed at a place other than a customs port;
(d) anygoods which are imported or attempted to be imported or are brought within the Indian customs waters for the purpose of being imported, contrary to any prohibition imposed by or under this Act or any other law for the time being in force;
(e) anydutiable or prohibited goods found concealed in any manner in any conveyance;
(f) anydutiable or prohibited goods required to be mentioned under the regulations in an import manifest or import report which are not so mentioned;
(g) anydutiable or prohibited goods which are unloaded from a conveyance in contravention of the provisions of section 32, other than goods inadvertently unloaded but included in the record kept under sub-section (2) of section 45;
(h) anydutiable or prohibited goods unloaded or attempted to be unloaded in contravention of the provisions of section 33 or section 34;
 (i) anydutiable or prohibited goods found concealed in any manner in any package either before or after the unloading thereof;
 (j) anydutiable or prohibited goods removed or attempted to be removed from a customs area or a warehouse without the permission of the proper officer or contrary to the terms of such permission;
(k) anydutiable or prohibited goods imported by land in respect of which the order permitting clearance of the goods required to be produced under section 109 is not produced or which do not correspond in any material particular with the specification contained therein;
(l ) anydutiable or prohibited goods which are not included or are in excess of those included in the entry made under this Act, or in the case of baggage in the declaration made under section 77;
(m) anygoods which do not correspond in respect of value or in any other particular] with the entry made under this Act or in the case of baggage with the declaration made under section 77 in respect thereof, or in the case of goods under transhipment, with the declaration for transhipment referred to in the proviso to sub-section (1) of section 54;
(n) anydutiable or prohibited goods transitted with or without transhipment or attempted to be so transitted in contravention of the provisions of Chapter VIII;
(o) anygoods exempted, subject to any condition, from duty or any prohibition in respect of the import thereof under this Act or any other law for the time being in force, in respect of which the condition is not observed unless the non-observance of the condition was sanctioned by the proper officer;
 (p) anynotified goods in relation to which any provisions of Chapter IVA or of any rule made under this Act for carrying out the purposes of that Chapter have been contravened.