customs

  • 121 Customs Court —    A federal court established in 1926 to hear appeals from decisions of customs officials on classification of merchandise, duty rates and interpretation of customs laws. In turn, its decisions can be appealed to the Court of Customs and Patent… …

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  • 122 Customs and Patent Appeals — See Court of Customs and Patent Appeals. customs appraiser. A revenue officer whose duty it is to examine and estimate the true value of imported goods subject to customs duties. 21 Am J2d Cust D § 86 …

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  • 123 customs broker — a person or firm that clears goods or merchandise through customs for a consignee or shipper. Also called customhouse broker. * * * customs broker, a person who, for a fee, specializes in clearing goods for importers through customs …

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  • 124 Customs and Economic Union of Central Africa — The Customs and Economic Union of Central Africa (or UDEAC from its name in French, Union Douanière et Économique de l’Afrique Centrale ), established by the Brazzaville Treaty in 1966, formed a customs union with free trade area between members… …

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  • 125 Customs Officers' Association of New Zealand — COA Full name Customs Officers Association of New Zealand Country New Zealand Affiliation NZCTU The Customs Officers Association of New Zealand (COA) is a trade union in New Zealand. It is affiliated with the New Zealand Council of Trade Unions.… …

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  • 126 Customs of Cambodia — The Customs of Cambodia or A Record of Cambodia: The Land and Its People (Chinese: 真臘風土記) is the English translated name of the document written by the Chinese diplomat Zhou Daguan (roughly pronounced Joe Da gwan ) during his stay at Angkor… …

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  • 127 Customs-Trade Partnership Against Terrorism — Der Begriff Customs Trade Partnership Against Terrorism (C TPAT) bezeichnet eine freiwillige US amerikanische Initiative für die Sicherheit in der Lieferkette gegenüber Terrorismus. C TPAT kann als US Pendant zum europäischen Zugelassenen… …

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  • 128 Customs Excise and Preventive Service — The Customs Excise and Preventive Service (CEPS) is the Government of Ghana agency responsible for the monitoring, regulation and inspection of exports into Ghana.[1] History The service was established in 1839 and was under the jurisdiction of… …

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  • 129 Customs Barrier — Any measure designed to limit international trade. A customs barrier will act to limit the level of trade across international borders by implementing restrictions on imports and/or exports. Governments may impose such restrictions in order to… …

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  • 130 customs and excise warehouse — A warehouse separately approved for the deposit of goods liable to customs duty and excise duty. HM Customs & Revenue Glossary …

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  • 131 customs release — The approval given by Customs that authorises a transit shed operator to deliver goods from the transit shed subject to such conditions the Commissioners may impose. HM Customs & Revenue Glossary …

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  • 132 Customs and Excise — N PROPER Customs and Excise is a British government department which is responsible for collecting taxes on imported and exported goods. Compare Customs Service …

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  • 133 Customs Service — N PROPER The U.S. Customs Service is a United States federal organization which is responsible for collecting taxes on imported and exported goods. Compare Customs and Excise …

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  • 134 Customs Union —   An economic structure whereby states agree to belong to a single tariff aream with no customs duties between them. The EC customs union was largely in place by 1968 …

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  • 135 customs seal — / kʌstəmz si:l/ noun a seal attached by a customs officer to a box, to show that the contents have not passed through customs …

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  • 136 customs seal — / kʌstəmz si:l/ noun a seal attached by a customs officer to a box, to show that the contents have not passed through customs …

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  • 137 customs broker's lien — The lien of a customs broker for an advance made to procure the release of goods from the customs house for a customer. 12 Am J2d Brok § 241 …

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  • 138 customs districts — Collection districts established by dividing the United States for convenience in collecting customs duties and the administration of the customs laws. 21 Am J2d Cust D § 60 …

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  • 139 Customs Bureau — noun the agency of the Treasury Department that enforces import tariffs • Syn: ↑Bureau of Customs, ↑Customs Service, ↑USCB • Hypernyms: ↑agency, ↑federal agency, ↑government agency, ↑bureau, ↑ …

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  • 140 Customs Service — noun the agency of the Treasury Department that enforces import tariffs • Syn: ↑Bureau of Customs, ↑Customs Bureau, ↑USCB • Hypernyms: ↑agency, ↑federal agency, ↑government agency, ↑bureau, ↑ …

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