The Foreign Trade (Development and Regulation)
11. Declaration as to value and quality of imported goods. —
On the importation into, or exportation out of, any customs port of any goods, whether liable to duty or not, the owner of such goods shall, in the bill of entry or the shipping bill or any other documents prescribed under the Customs Act, 1962, state the value, quality and description of such goods to the best of his knowledge and belief and in case of exportation of goods, certify that the quality and specification of the goods as stated in those documents are in accordance with the terms of the export contract entered into with the buyer or consignee in pursuance of which the goods are being exported and shall subscribe to a declaration of the truth of such statement at the foot of such bill of entry or shipping bill or any other documents.