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HMRC internal manual

Customs Special Procedures Manual

INF9: INF9 presented at export

When an INF9 is presented at export, the following checks should be made:

*1.  *Confirm the appropriate IPR export CPC has been entered in SAD box 37.

*2.  *Form INF9 (original and copies 1 and 2) are presented.

*3.  *Before completing INF9 boxes 12 to 15 confirm that the description / CN code of the goods declared on the export SAD corresponds to details in boxes 7 and 8 of the INF9.

*4.  *In box 18 enter the quantity of goods exported in column 1 row ‘B’ together with details of the export declaration.

If the export entry is for less than the quantity of processed products stated in box 18 column 1 row ‘A’, enter the remaining balance in column 3 row ‘A’.

*5.  *If satisfied complete and stamp box 12 using metal ‘T form’-type stamp. Complete boxes 13, 14 and 15 based on the information provided on the export SAD. Retain copy 1 with the entry, send copy 2 to the supervising office and return the original to the trader.

Note: Where there is a balance of goods to be entered send a copy of ‘copy 2’ to the supervising office and return the original together with copy 1 and 2 to the trader.

When a final balance of goods is being exported return the original to trader, retain copy 1 with the entry and return copy 2 to the supervising office.