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FEMA (Foreign Exchange Management Act) Ready Reckoner

FEMA (Foreign Exchange Management Act) Ready Reckoner

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Normally 7-9 Days

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Description
•   Acquisition and Transfer of Immovable Property in India and Abroad
•   Borrowing or Lending in Foreign Exchange/FCEBs/FCCBs
•   Borrowings in Foreign Exchange and in Rupees from NRIs/PIOs
•   Compounding of Contravention Under FEMA
•   Contravention and Penalties under FEMA,1999
•   Current and Capital Account Transactions and Release of Foreign
     Exchange by Authorised Dealers
•   Establishment of Branch/Office in India by Foreign Entity
•   Export Credit Refinance (ECR) Facility 0 Export of Goods and Services
•   External Commercial Borrowings & Trade Credits for Imports into India
•   FEMA at a Glance
•   Foreign Currency Accounts in India and outside India by a Person Resident in India
•   Foreign Direct Investments (FDI)
•   Foreign Exchange Transactions with Public
•  Guarantees for Non-Residents
•   Import of Goods, Services, Currency and Merchanting Trade
•   Insurance
•   Liberalised Remittance Scheme of USD 125000 for Resident Individuals
•   Offices, Representatives Abroad 0 Project Exports and Service Exports
•   Remittance of Assets Outside India by NRIs/PIOs and Non-Residents
•   Risk Management and Inter-Bank Dealings
•   Setting Up Joint Ventures/Wholly Owned Subsidiaries Abroad
•   Prevention of Money Laundering Act, 2002
•   Foreign Contribution (Regulations) Act, 2010
•    Foreign Contribution (Regulations) Rules, 2011
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Contents
IMPORTANT DEVELOPMENTS TABULATED
1.    Remittances to Non-Residents - Deduction of Tax at Source
2.    Retention of Foreign Currency Accounts & Assets Abroad by a Resident in India
3.    Non-Resident Indian/Person of Indian Origin & Person and Person
        Resident in India under FEMA
4.    Bank Accounts For Non-Residents - General Permission For Opening Rupee /
        Foreign Currency Deposit Accounts in India..
5.    Types of Bank Accounts which can be Opened by NRIs/PIOs and Other
        Person Resident Outside India
6.    Crystallization of Inoperative Foreign Currency Deposits.
7.    Joint Account - Resident Bank Account Maintained by Residents in
        India with Non-Resident Relatives on Either or Survivor Basis
8.    Low Cost Affordable Housing Projects - Availment of External Commercial Borrowings (ECB)
9.    Facilities to Special Economic Zones under FEMA
10.  Export Data Processing and Monitoring System (EDPMS).
11.  FEMA Regulations Notified by Reserve Bank of India on 3rd May 2000
       having Force with effect from 1st June 2000
12. Permitted Sectors and CAP on FDL
FEMA Chapter
1.   FEMA at Glance - Introduction
2.   Contravention and Penalties under FEMA, 1999
3.   Compounding of Contravention under FEMA
4.   Current and Capital Account Transactions and Release of Foreign
       Exchange by Authorised Dealers
5.    Foreign Exchange Transactions with Public
6.    Liberalised Remittance Scheme of USD 125000 for Resident Individuals
7.    Remittance of Assets Outside India by NRIs/PIOs and Non-Residents
            Part A  —   Remittance of Assets by NRI/PIO
            Part B  —   Remittance of Assets by a Foreign National
                                of Non-Indian Origin and Foreign Companies.
8.    Acquisition and Transfer of Immovable Property in India and Abroad
            Part A —   Acquisition and Transfer of Property in India by a Person of Indian Origin (PIO).
            Part B  —   Acquisition of Immovable Property in India by a Foreign Entity/Foreign Embassies
            Part C  —   Acquisition and Transfer of Immovable Property Outside India
9.    External Commercial Borrowings & Trade Credits for Imports into India
            Part A  —   External Commercial Borrowings
            Part B  —   Trade Credits for Imports
10.  Borrowing or Lending in Foreign Exchange/FCEBs/FCCBs
            Part A  —   Borrowing or Lending in Foreign Exchange
            Part B  —   Foreign Currency Exchangeable Bonds by Indian Companies
            Part C  —   Foreign Currency Convertible Bonds (FCCBs).
11.  Borrowings in Foreign Exchange and in Rupees from NRIs/PIOs
           Part A —   Borrowings in Foreign Exchange From NRIs/PIOs
           Part B  —   Borrowings in Indian Rupees From NRIs/PIOs
12.   Guarantees for Non-Residents
13.   Insurance
14.   Import of Goods, Services, Currency and Merchanting Trade
           Part A  —   Introduction
           Part B  —   General Guidelines for Imports
           Part C  —   Advance Remittance for Imports
           Part D —   Operational Guidelines for Import of Goods & Services
           Part E  —   Receipt of Import Bills/Documents Directly from Overseas Suppliers
           Part F   —   Evidence of Import
           Part G —   Import of Gold/Platinum/Silver by Nominated Banks/Agencies..
           Part H —   Merchanting Trade
15.   Export of Goods and Services
          Part A  —   General Guidelines for Exports.
          Part B  —   Realisation of Export Proceeds .
16.  Project Exports and Service Exports
17.  Export Credit Refinance (ECR) Facility
18.  Foreign Currency Accounts in India and Outside India by a Person Resident in India
          Part A  —   General
          Part B  —   Resident Foreign Currency Account (RFC Account) For Returning Indians
          Part C  —   Resident Foreign Currency (Domestic) Account-Facility for Resident Individuals
          Part D  —   Exchange Earner's Foreign Currency (EEFC) Account
          Part E     Opening of Foreign Currency Account by a Foreign Citizen
                              Resident in India Outside India

19.  Risk Management and Inter-Bank Dealings
          Part A     Risk Management
          Part B     Accounts of Non-Resident Banks 
          Part C     Inter-Bank Foreign Exchange Dealings
20.  Offices, Representatives Abroad
21.  Setting Up Joint Ventures/Wholly Owned Subsidiaries Abroad
          Part A     Setting Up Joint Ventures/Wholly Owned Subsidiaries Abroad
                              by Indian Companies/ Partnership Firms/LLPs
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          Part B     Investment in Foreign Securities by an Individual
22.   Foreign Direct Investments (FDI)
23.   Establishment of Branch/Office in India
APPENDICES
1.     Prevention of Money Laundering Act, 2002|
2.     Foreign Contribution (Regulation) Act, 2010
3.     Foreign Contribution (Regulation) Rules, 2011
Subject Index
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Author Details
D. T. Khilnani : Ex-Manager, Foreign Department, Reserve Bank of India
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