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Title 19Chapter IPart 113


TITLE 19—Customs Duties

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

PART 113—CUSTOMS BONDS

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§113.0
Scope.

Subpart A—GENERAL PROVISIONS

§113.1
Authority to require security or execution of bond.
§113.2
Powers of Commissioner of Customs relating to bonds.
§113.3
Liability of surety on a terminated bond.
§113.4
Bonds and carnets.
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Subpart B—BOND APPLICATION AND APPROVAL OF BOND

§113.11
Bond approval.
§113.12
Bond application.
§113.13
Amount of bond.
§113.14
Approved form of bond inadequate.
§113.15
Retention of approved bonds.
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Subpart C—BOND REQUIREMENTS

§113.21
Information required on the bond.
§113.22
Witnesses required.
§113.23
Changes made on the bond.
§113.24
Riders.
§113.25
Seals.
§113.26
Effective dates of bonds and riders.
§113.27
Effective dates of termination of bond.
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Subpart D—PRINCIPALS AND SURETIES

§113.30
Information pertaining to principals and sureties on the bond.
§113.31
Same party as principal and surety; attorney in fact.
§113.32
Partnerships as principals.
§113.33
Corporations as principals.
§113.34
Co-principals.
§113.35
Individual sureties.
§113.36
Partner acting as surety on behalf of a partner or on behalf of a partnership.
§113.37
Corporate sureties.
§113.38
Delinquent sureties.
§113.39
Procedure to remove a surety from Treasury Department Circular 570.
§113.40
Acceptance of cash deposits or obligations of the United States in lieu of sureties on bonds.
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Subpart E—PRODUCTION OF DOCUMENTS

§113.41
Entry made prior to production of documents.
§113.42
Time period for production of documents.
§113.43
Extension of time period.
§113.44
Assent of sureties to an extension of a bond.
§113.45
Charge for production of a missing document made against a continuous bond.
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Subpart F—ASSESSMENT OF DAMAGES AND CANCELLATION OF BOND

§113.51
Cancellation of bond or charge against the bond.
§113.52
Failure to satisfy the bond.
§113.53
Waiver of Customs requirement supported by a bond.
§113.54
Cancellation of erroneous charges.
§113.55
Cancellation of export bonds.
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Subpart G—CUSTOMS BOND CONDITIONS

§113.61
General.
§113.62
Basic importation and entry bond conditions.
§113.63
Basic custodial bond conditions.
§113.64
International carrier bond conditions.
§113.65
Repayment of erroneous drawback payment bond conditions.
§113.66
Control of containers and instruments of international traffic bond conditions.
§113.67
Commercial gauger and commercial laboratory bond conditions.
§113.68
Wool and fur products labeling acts and fiber products identification act bond conditions.
§113.69
Production of bills of lading bond conditions.
§113.70
Bond condition to indemnify United States for detention of copyrighted material.
§113.71
Bond condition to observe neutrality.
§113.72
Bond condition to pay court costs (condemned goods).
§113.73
Foreign trade zone operator bond conditions.
§113.74
Bond conditions to indemnify a complainant under section 337 of Tariff Act of 1930, as amended.
§113.75
Bond conditions for deferral of duty on large yachts imported for sale at United States boat shows.
Appendix
Appendix A to Part 113—Airport Customs Security Area Bond
Appendix
Appendix B to Part 113—Bond To Indemnify Complainant Under Section 337, Tariff Act of 1930, as Amended
Appendix
Appendix C to Part 113—Bond for Deferral of Duty on Large Yachts Imported for Sale at United States Boat Shows
Appendix
Appendix D to Part 113—Importer Security Filing Bond


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