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Title 19Chapter IPart 141


TITLE 19—Customs Duties

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

PART 141—ENTRY OF MERCHANDISE

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§141.0
Scope.
§141.0a
Definitions.

Subpart A—LIABILITY FOR DUTIES AND REQUIREMENT TO ENTER MERCHANDISE

§141.1
Liability of importer for duties.
§141.2
Liability for duties on reimportation.
§141.3
Liability for duties includes liability for taxes.
§141.4
Entry required.
§141.5
Time limit for entry.
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Subpart B—RIGHT TO MAKE ENTRY AND DECLARATIONS ON ENTRY

§141.11
Evidence of right to make entry for importations by common carrier.
§141.12
Right to make entry of importations by other than common carrier.
§141.13
Right to make entry of abandoned or salvaged merchandise.
§141.14
Deceased or insolvent consignees and court-appointed administrators.
§141.15
Bond for production of bill of lading or air waybill.
§141.16
Disposition of documents.
§141.17
Entry by nonresident consignee.
§141.18
Entry by nonresident corporation.
§141.19
Declaration of entry.
§141.20
Actual owner's declaration and superseding bond of actual owner.
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Subpart C—POWERS OF ATTORNEY

§141.31
General requirements and definitions.
§141.32
Form for power of attorney.
§141.33
Alternative form for noncommercial shipment.
§141.34
Duration of power of attorney.
§141.35
Revocation of power of attorney.
§141.36
Nonresident principals in general.
§141.37
Additional requirements for nonresident corporations.
§141.38
Resident corporations.
§141.39
Partnerships.
§141.40
Trusteeships.
§141.41
Surety on Customs bonds.
§141.42
Protests.
§141.43
Delegation to subagents.
§141.44
Designation of Customs ports in which power of attorney is valid.
§141.45
Certified copies of power of attorney.
§141.46
Power of attorney retained by customhouse broker.
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Subpart D—QUANTITY OF MERCHANDISE TO BE INCLUDED IN AN ENTRY

§141.51
Quantity usually required to be in one entry.
§141.52
Separate entries for different portions.
§141.53
Procedure for separate entries.
§141.54
Separate entries for consolidated shipments.
§141.55
Single entry summary for shipments arriving under one transportation entry.
§141.56
Single entry summary for multiple transportation entries consigned to the same consignee.
§141.57
Single entry for split shipments.
§141.58
Single entry for separately arriving portions of unassembled or disassembled entities.
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Subpart E—PRESENTATION OF ENTRY PAPERS

§141.61
Completion of entry and entry summary documentation.
§141.62
Place and time of filing.
§141.63
Submission of entry summary documentation for preliminary review.
§141.64
Review and correction of entry and entry summary documentation.
§141.65
[Reserved]
§141.66
Bond for missing documents.
§141.67
Recall of documentation.
§141.68
Time of entry.
§141.69
Applicable rates of duty.
rule

Subpart F—INVOICES

§141.81
Invoice for each shipment.
§141.82
Invoice for installment shipments arriving within a period of 10 days.
§141.83
Type of invoice required.
§141.84
Photocopies of invoice for separate entries of same shipment.
§141.85
Pro forma invoice.
§141.86
Contents of invoices and general requirements.
§141.87
Breakdown on component materials.
§141.88
Computed value.
§141.89
Additional information for certain classes of merchandise.
§141.90
Notation of tariff classification and value on invoice.
§141.91
Entry without required invoice.
§141.92
Waiver of invoice requirements.
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Subpart G—DEPOSIT OF ESTIMATED DUTIES

§141.101
Time of deposit.
§141.102
When deposit of estimated duties, estimated taxes, or both not required.
§141.103
Amount to be deposited.
§141.104
Computation of duties.
§141.105
Voluntary deposit of additional duties.
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Subpart H—RELEASE OF MERCHANDISE

§141.111
Carrier's release order.
§141.112
Liens for freight, charges, or contribution in general average.
§141.113
Recall of merchandise released from Customs and Border Protection custody.


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