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Title 19Chapter IPart 111


TITLE 19—Customs Duties

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

PART 111—CUSTOMS BROKERS

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§111.0
Scope.

Subpart A—GENERAL PROVISIONS

§111.1
Definitions.
§111.2
License and district permit required.
§111.3
[Reserved]
§111.4
Transacting customs business without a license.
§111.5
Representation before Government agencies.
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Subpart B—PROCEDURE TO OBTAIN LICENSE OR PERMIT

§111.11
Basic requirements for a license.
§111.12
Application for license.
§111.13
Written examination for individual license.
§111.14
Investigation of the license applicant.
§111.15
Issuance of license.
§111.16
Denial of license.
§111.17
Review of the denial of a license.
§111.18
Reapplication for license.
§111.19
Permits.
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Subpart C—DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES OF CUSTOMS BROKERS

§111.21
Record of transactions.
§111.22
[Reserved]
§111.23
Retention of records.
§111.24
Records confidential.
§111.25
Records must be available.
§111.26
Interference with examination of records.
§111.27
Audit or inspection of records.
§111.28
Responsible supervision.
§111.29
Diligence in correspondence and paying monies.
§111.30
Notification of change of business address, organization, name, or location of business records; status report; termination of brokerage business.
§111.31
Conflict of interest.
§111.32
False information.
§111.33
Government records.
§111.34
Undue influence upon Department of Homeland Security employees.
§111.35
Acceptance of fees from attorneys.
§111.36
Relations with unlicensed persons.
§111.37
Misuse of license or permit.
§111.38
False representation to procure employment.
§111.39
Advice to client.
§111.40
Protests.
§111.41
Endorsement of checks.
§111.42
Relations with person who is notoriously disreputable or whose license is under suspension, canceled “with prejudice,” or revoked.
§§111.43-111.44
[Reserved]
§111.45
Revocation by operation of law.
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Subpart D—CANCELLATION, SUSPENSION, OR REVOCATION OF LICENSE OR PERMIT, AND MONETARY PENALTY IN LIEU OF SUSPENSION OR REVOCATION

§111.50
General.
§111.51
Cancellation of license or permit.
§111.52
Voluntary suspension of license or permit.
§111.53
Grounds for suspension or revocation of license or permit.
§111.54
[Reserved]
§111.55
Investigation of complaints.
§111.56
Review of report on investigation.
§111.57
Determination by Assistant Commissioner.
§111.58
Content of statement of charges.
§111.59
Preliminary proceedings.
§111.60
Request for additional information.
§111.61
Decision on preliminary proceedings.
§111.62
Contents of notice of charges.
§111.63
Service of notice and statement of charges.
§111.64
Service of notice of hearing and other papers.
§111.65
Extension of time for hearing.
§111.66
Failure to appear.
§111.67
Hearing.
§111.68
Proposed findings and conclusions.
§111.69
Recommended decision by hearing officer.
§111.70
Additional submissions.
§111.71
Immaterial mistakes.
§111.72
Dismissal subject to new proceedings.
§111.73
[Reserved]
§111.74
Decision and notice of suspension or revocation or monetary penalty.
§111.75
Appeal from the Secretary's decision.
§111.76
Reopening the case.
§111.77
Notice of vacated or modified order.
§111.78
Reprimands.
§111.79
Employment of broker who has lost license.
§111.80
[Reserved]
§111.81
Settlement and compromise.
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Subpart E—MONETARY PENALTY AND PAYMENT OF FEES

§111.91
Grounds for imposition of a monetary penalty; maximum penalty.
§111.92
Notice of monetary penalty.
§111.93
Petition for relief from monetary penalty.
§111.94
Decision on monetary penalty.
§111.95
Supplemental petition for relief from monetary penalty.
§111.96
Fees.


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