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Part 8.-- LIABILITY FOR DUTIES; ENTRY OF IMPORTED MERCHANDISE-- Deleted.
Pages CR-131 thru CR-168-A Deleted.
Part 9.--IMPORTATIONS BY MAIL redesignated as Part 145;
Pages CR-169 through CR-176 Deleted.
10.11 General 10.12 Definitions. 10.13 Statutory provision: item 807.00, Tariff Schedules
of the United States (19 U.S.C, 1202). 10.14 Fabricated components subject to the exemption, 10.15 Fabricated components not subject to the exemp
tion, 10.16 Assembly abroad. 10.17 Valuation of exempted components, 10.18 Valuation of assembled articles. 10.19 Elements involved in determining constructed
value or cost of production, 10,20 Cost data required if other statutory basis appli
cable, 10,21 Updating cost data and other information, 10.22 Marking. 10.23 Standards, quotas, and visas. 10.24 Documentation, 10.25_-10.30b Deleted. TD 73-27. 10.30c Deleted, TD 73-227.
10.59 Exemption from customs duties and internal.
revenue tax, 10.60 Forms of withdrawals; bond. 10.61 Withdrawal permit, 10.62 Bunker fuel oil, 10.62a Blanket withdrawals for certain merchandise. 10,63 Landing of supplies and stores from receiving
vessel in the United States. 10.64 Crediting or cancellation of bonds, 10.64a Bonded fuel laden as aircraft supplies, 10.65 Tobacco products,
ARTICLES EXPORTED FOR EXHIBITION, ETC.
10.66 Articles exported for temporary exhibition and
returned; procedure on entry. 10,67 Articles exported for scientific or educational
purposes and returned; procedure on entry.
TEMPORARY IMPORTATIONS UNDER BOND 10.31 Entry; bond. 10.33 Theatrical effects. 10.34 Articles brought by professional artists, lecturers,
or scientists, 10.35 Models of women's wearing apparel. 10.36 Commercial travelers' samples; professional
equipment and tools of trade; theatrical effects
and other articles, 10,36a Vehicles, pleasure boats and aircraft brought in for
repair or alteration, 10.37 Extension of bonds. 10.38 Exportation, 10.39 Cancellation of bonds, 10.40 Refund of cash deposits,
THEATRICAL EFFECTS, MOTION-PICTURE FILMS, COMMERCIAL TRAVELERS' SAMPLES, AND TOOLS
OF TRADE 10.68 Procedure, 10.69 Samples to Great Britain and Ireland under recip
ANIMALS AND BIRDS
10.41 Instruments; exceptions. 10.412 Lift vans, cargo vans, shipping tanks, skids, pallets,
and similar instruments of international traffic;
repair components, 10.41b Clearance of serially numbered substantial holders
or outer containers, 10.410 Deleted. TD 71-70. 10,42 Deleted, TD 73-27.
10.70 Purebred animals for breeding purposes; declara
tion; certificate, 10.71 Purebred animals; bond for production of evidence;
deposit of estimated duties; stipulation. 10.72 Horses and mules for immediate slaughter. 10.73 Cows for dairy purposes, 10.74 Animals straying or driven across boundary for
pasturage; offspring. 10.75 Wild animals and birds; zoological collections. 10,76 Game animals and birds. 10.77 Skins bearing wool or hair as fur skins.
ARTICLES FOR INSTITUTIONS
PRODUCTS OF AMERICAN FISHERIES
10,43 Requirements on entry. 10.44 Declaration of importer of record, 10.46 Articles for the United States. 10.47 Scientific Specimens.
10.78 Entry. 10.79 Proof.
Authority: The provisions of this Part 10 issued under R.S. 251, as amended,
sec. 624, 46 Stat. 759, 77A Stat, 14; 5 U.S.C. 301, 19 U.S.C. 66,
ARTICLES EXPORTED AND RETURNED
10.1. Domestic products; requirements on entry.--(a) Except as otherwise CIE 586/41. provided for in this part, the following documents shall be filed in connection TDS 34553, 36655, with the entry of articles claimed to be free of duty under item 800.00 and 51222, 52127, 53611;
54995, 55978, 72-119. item 805.00, Tariff Schedules of the United States: (1) A declaration by the foreign shipper in substantially the following TDs 45888 (9)
49959 (4), 51519, form, if the value of the returned articles exceeds $1,000:
53336, 53638, I,
declare that to the best of my knowledge 53869, 54056, and belief the articles herein specified are products of the United States; that 54462, 72-119. they were exported from the United States, from the port of on or about
19 -; that they are returned without having been advanced in value or improved in condition by any process of manufacture or other means.
(2) A declaration for free entry by the owner, importer, consignee, or agent on the top portion of Customs Form 3311.
(3) A Certificate of Exportation on the bottom portion of Customs Form 3311 executed by the district director of Customs at the port from which the merchandise was exported. Such certificate shall show whether drawback was claimed or paid on the merchandise covered by the certificate and, if any was paid, the amount thereof. This certificate shall be issued on application of the importer, or of the district director at the importer's request, and shall be mailed by the issuing officer directly to the port at which it is to be used. If the merchandise has been exported from the port at which entry is made and the fact of exportation appears on the records of the customhouse, the fact of
TDs 37983, 38226, 45588 (1) 53336, 72-119.