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Title 19Chapter IPart 103


TITLE 19—Customs Duties

CHAPTER I—U.S. CUSTOMS AND BORDER PROTECTION, DEPARTMENT OF HOMELAND SECURITY; DEPARTMENT OF THE TREASURY

PART 103—AVAILABILITY OF INFORMATION

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§103.0
Scope.

Subpart A—PRODUCTION OF DOCUMENTS/DISCLOSURE OF INFORMATION UNDER THE FOIA

§103.1
Public reading rooms.
§103.2
Information available to the public.
§103.3
Publication of information in the Federal Register.
§103.4
Public inspection and copying.
§103.5
Specific requests for records.
§103.6
Grant or denial of initial request.
§103.7
Administrative appeal of initial determination.
§103.8
Time extensions.
§103.9
Judicial review.
§103.10
Fees for services.
§103.11
Specific Customs Service records subject to disclosure.
§103.12
Exemptions.
§103.13
Segregability of records.
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Subpart B—PRODUCTION OR DISCLOSURE IN FEDERAL, STATE, LOCAL, AND FOREIGN PROCEEDINGS

§103.21
Purpose and definitions.
§103.22
Procedure in the event of a demand for CBP information in any federal, state, or local civil proceeding or administrative action.
§103.23
Factors in determining whether to disclose information pursuant to a demand.
§103.24
Procedure in the event a decision concerning a demand is not made prior to the time a response to the demand is required.
§103.25
Procedure in the event of an adverse ruling.
§103.26
Procedure in the event of a demand for CBP information in a state or local criminal proceeding.
§103.27
Procedure in the event of a demand for CBP information in a foreign proceeding.
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Subpart C—OTHER INFORMATION SUBJECT TO RESTRICTED ACCESS

§103.31
Information on vessel manifests and summary statistical reports.
§103.31a
Advance electronic information for air, truck, and rail cargo; Importer Security Filing information for vessel cargo.
§103.32
Information concerning fines, penalties, and forfeitures cases.
§103.33
Release of information to foreign agencies.
§103.34
Sanctions for improper actions by Customs officers or employees.
§103.35
Confidential commercial information; exempt.


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