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Title 19Chapter IPart 146


TITLE 19—Customs Duties

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

PART 146—FOREIGN TRADE ZONES

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§146.0
Scope.

Subpart A—GENERAL PROVISIONS

§146.1
Definitions.
§146.2
Port director as Board representative.
§146.3
Customs supervision.
§146.4
Operator responsibility and supervision.
§146.5
[Reserved]
§146.6
Procedure for activation.
§146.7
Zone changes.
§146.8
Seals, authority of operator to break and affix.
§146.9
Permission of operator.
§146.10
Authority to examine merchandise.
§146.11
Transportation of merchandise to a zone.
§146.12
Use of zone by carrier.
§146.13
Customs forms and procedures.
§146.14
Retail trade within a zone.
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Subpart B—INVENTORY CONTROL AND RECORDKEEPING SYSTEM

§146.21
General requirements.
§146.22
Admission of merchandise to a zone.
§146.23
Accountability for merchandise in a zone.
§146.24
Transfer of merchandise from a zone.
§146.25
Annual reconciliation.
§146.26
System review.
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Subpart C—ADMISSION OF MERCHANDISE TO A ZONE

§146.31
Admissibility of merchandise into a zone.
§146.32
Application and permit for admission of merchandise.
§146.33
Temporary deposit for manipulation.
§146.34
Merchandise transiting a zone.
§146.35
Temporary deposit in a zone; incomplete documentation.
§146.36
Examination of merchandise.
§146.37
Operator admission responsibilities.
§146.38
Certificate of arrival of merchandise.
§146.39
Direct delivery procedures.
§146.40
Operator responsibilities for direct delivery.
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Subpart D—STATUS OF MERCHANDISE IN A ZONE

§146.41
Privileged foreign status.
§146.42
Nonprivileged foreign status.
§146.43
Domestic status.
§146.44
Zone-restricted status.
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Subpart E—HANDLING OF MERCHANDISE IN A ZONE

§146.51
Customs control of merchandise.
§146.52
Manipulation, manufacture, exhibition or destruction; Customs Form 216.
§146.53
Shortages and overages.
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Subpart F—TRANSFER OF MERCHANDISE FROM A ZONE

§146.61
Constructive transfer to Customs territory.
§146.62
Entry.
§146.63
Entry for consumption.
§146.64
Entry for warehouse.
§146.65
Classification, valuation, and liquidation.
§146.66
Transfer of merchandise from one zone to another.
§146.67
Transfer of merchandise for exportation.
§146.68
Transfer for transportation or exportation; estimated production.
§146.69
Supplies, equipment, and repair material for vessels or aircraft.
§146.70
Transfer of zone-restricted merchandise into Customs territory.
§146.71
Release and removal of merchandise from zone.
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Subpart G—PENALTIES; SUSPENSION; REVOCATION

§146.81
Penalties.
§146.82
Suspension.
§146.83
Revocation of zone grant.
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Subpart H—PETROLEUM REFINERIES IN FOREIGN-TRADE SUBZONES

§146.91
Applicability.
§146.92
Definitions.
§146.93
Inventory control and recordkeeping system.
§146.94
Records concerning establishment of manufacturing period.
§146.95
Methods of attribution.
§146.96
Approval of other recordkeeping systems.
Appendix
Appendix to Part 146—Guidelines for Determining Producibility and Relative Values for Oil Refinery Zones


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