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Title 19Chapter IPart 142


TITLE 19—Customs Duties

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

PART 142—ENTRY PROCESS

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§142.0
Scope.

Subpart A—ENTRY DOCUMENTATION

§142.1
Definitions.
§142.2
Time for filing entry.
§142.3
Entry documentation required.
§142.3a
Entry numbers.
§142.4
Bond requirements.
§142.5
[Reserved]
§142.6
Invoice requirements.
§142.7
Examination of merchandise.
§142.8
Failure to file entry timely.
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Subpart B—ENTRY SUMMARY DOCUMENTATION

§142.11
Entry summary form.
§142.12
Time for filing or submission for preliminary review.
§142.13
When entry summary must be filed at time of entry.
§142.14
Delinquent payment of Customs bills.
§142.15
Failure to file entry summary timely.
§142.16
Entry summary documentation.
§142.17
One entry summary for multiple entries.
§142.17a
One consolidated entry summary for multiple ultimate consignees.
§142.18
Entry summary not required for prohibited merchandise.
§142.19
Release of merchandise under the entry summary.
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Subpart C—SPECIAL PERMIT FOR IMMEDIATE DELIVERY

§142.21
Merchandise eligible for special permit for immediate delivery.
§142.22
Application for special permit for immediate delivery.
§142.23
Time limit for filing documentation after release.
§142.24
Special permit.
§142.25
Discontinuance of immediate delivery privileges.
§142.26
Delinquent payment of Customs bills.
§142.27
Failure to file documentation timely.
§142.28
Withdrawal or entry summary not required for prohibited merchandise.

Prohibited Merchandise, No Other Entry Filed

§142.29
Other procedures applicable.
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Subpart D—LINE RELEASE

§142.41
Line Release.
§142.42
Application for Line Release processing.
§142.43
Line Release application approval process.
§142.44
Entry number range.
§142.45
Use of bar code by entry filer.
§142.46
Presentation of invoice and assignment of entry number.
§142.47
Examinations of Line Release transactions.
§142.48
Release procedure.
§142.49
Deletion of C-4 Code.
§142.50
Line Release data base corrections or changes.
§142.51
Changing election of entry or immediate delivery.
§142.52
Port-wide and multiple port acceptance of Line Release.

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