Bill of sight

Bill of sight,

Definition of Bill of sight:

  1. Documented request (on a prescribed form) by an importer to custom authorities for permission to examine the shipment that has arrived, without a full set of documents or without full particulars. The importers objective is to be able to submit a perfect bill of entry after ascertaining the nature, ownership, and estimated value of the shipment.

Meaning of Bill of sight & Bill of sight Definition