Section 119D Customs Act 1901 | Notification of Export Entries etc


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Section 119D of the Customs Act 1901 (Cth) deals with Notification of Export Entries etc and is extracted below.

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The Legislation

119D Notification of export entries, submanifests, manifests, withdrawals and applications

(1) For the purposes of this Act, a documentary export entry, or a documentary withdrawal of such an entry, may be sent to an officer referred to in subsection 114(3) or 119A(2) in any manner prescribed and, when so sent, is taken to have been communicated to Customs at such time, and in such circumstances, as are prescribed.

(2) For the purposes of this Act, an electronic export entry, or an electronic withdrawal of such an entry, or a submanifest, an outward manifest, or a withdrawal of such a submanifest or manifest, that is sent to Customs is taken to have been communicated to Customs when an export entry advice or an acknowledgment of receipt of the submanifest, manifest or withdrawal is sent to the person who sent the entry, submanifest, manifest or withdrawal.

(3) For the purposes of this Act, a documentary application or an electronic application under section 119AA or 119AB is taken to have been communicated to Customs when an acknowledgment of the application is sent or given by Customs to the person who sent or gave the application.

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