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Title 19Chapter IPart 145


TITLE 19—Customs Duties

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

PART 145—MAIL IMPORTATIONS

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§145.0
Scope.

Subpart A—GENERAL PROVISIONS

§145.1
Definitions.
§145.2
Mail subject to Customs examination.
§145.3
Opening of letter class mail; reading of correspondence prohibited.
§145.4
Dutiable merchandise without declaration or invoice, prohibited merchandise, and merchandise imported contrary to law.
§145.5
Undeliverable packages.
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Subpart B—REQUIREMENTS AND PROCEDURES

§145.11
Declarations of value and invoices.
§145.12
Entry of merchandise.
§145.13
Internal revenue tax on mail entries.
§145.14
Marking requirements.
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Subpart C—ADMINISTRATIVE REVIEW OF MAIL ENTRIES

§145.21
Administrative review.
§145.22
Procedures for obtaining administrative review.
§145.23
Time limits.
§145.24
Amendment of entry.
§145.25
Entry correct.
§145.26
Rates of duty not binding.
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Subpart D—SPECIAL CLASSES OF MERCHANDISE

§145.31
Importations not over $200 in value.
§145.32
Bona-fide gifts.
§145.34
Personal and household effects and tools of trade.
§145.35
United States products returned.
§145.36
Articles for institutions.
§145.37
Articles for the U.S. Government.
§145.38
Diplomatic pouches.
§145.39
Articles for diplomatic officers, representatives of international organizations, and foreign military personnel.
§145.40
Plant material imported for immediate exportation.
§145.41
Other conditionally and unconditionally free merchandise.
§145.42
Proof for conditionally free merchandise.
§145.43
Unaccompanied tourist shipments
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Subpart E—RESTRICTED AND PROHIBITED MERCHANDISE

§145.51
Articles prohibited by section 305, Tariff Act of 1930.
§145.52
Literature concerning devices for unlawful abortion.
§145.53
Firearms and munitions of war.
§145.54
Alcoholic beverages.
§145.55
Trademarks, trade names, and copyrights.
§145.56
Foreign Assets Control.
§145.57
Regulations of other agencies.
§145.58
Other restricted and prohibited merchandise.
§145.59
Seizures.
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Subpart F—EXPORTATION BY MAIL

§145.71
Exportation from continuous Government custody.
§145.72
Delivery to Customs custody for exportation.
Appendix
Policy Statement to Part 145—Examination of Sealed Letter Class Mail
Appendix
Appendix to Part 145


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