Section 162AA Customs Act 1901 | Applications to Deal with Goods Imported Temporarily without Duty


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Section 162AA of the Customs Act 1901 (Cth) deals with Applications to Deal with Goods Imported Temporarily without Duty and is extracted below.

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The Legislation

162AA Applications to deal with goods imported temporarily without duty

(1) This section describes how to make an application that is:

(a) required by subsection 162A(2A) for a permission under subsection 162A(2) to take delivery of goods; or
(b) required by subsection 162A(6A) for a permission under subsection 162A(6) to take goods aboard a ship or aircraft for export.

(2) An application may be communicated to Customs by document or computer.

(3) An application communicated by document must:

(a) be in an approved form; and
(b) include the information required by the approved form; and
(c) be signed in the way indicated by the approved form.

(4) An application communicated by computer must:

(a) be communicated by computer in the manner indicated in an approved statement relating to the application; and
(b) include the information indicated in the approved statement; and
(c) identify the applicant in the way indicated in the approved statement.

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