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Title 19Chapter IPart 159


TITLE 19—Customs Duties

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

PART 159—LIQUIDATION OF DUTIES

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§159.0
Scope.

Subpart A—GENERAL PROVISIONS

§159.1
Definition of liquidation.
§159.2
Liquidation required.
§159.3
Rounding of fractions.
§159.4
Alcoholic beverages.
§159.5
Cigars, cigarettes, and cigarette papers and tubes.
§159.6
Difference between liquidated duties and estimated duties.
§159.7
Rewarehouse entries.
§159.8
Allowance for loss, injury, etc.
§159.9
Notice of liquidation and date of liquidation for formal entries.
§159.10
Notice of liquidation and date of liquidation for informal, mail, and baggage entries.
§159.11
Entries liquidated by operation of law.
§159.12
Extension of time for liquidation.
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Subpart B—WEIGHT, GAGE, AND MEASURE

§159.21
Quantity upon which duties based.
§159.22
Net weights and tares.
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Subpart C—CONVERSION OF FOREIGN CURRENCY

§159.31
Rates to be used.
§159.32
Date of exportation.
§159.33
Proclaimed rate.
§159.34
Certified quarterly rate.
§159.35
Certified daily rate.
§159.36
Multiple certified rates.
§159.37
Suspension of certification of rates.
§159.38
Rates for estimated duties.
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Subpart D—SPECIAL DUTIES

§159.41
Antidumping duties.
§159.42
Discriminating duties.
§159.43
Duties contingent upon foreign export duties, charges, or restrictions.
§159.44
Special duties on merchandise imported under agreements in restraint of trade.
§159.45
Additional duty for unauthentic claims of antiquity.
§159.46
Marking duties.
§159.47
Countervailing duties.
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Subpart E—SUSPENSION OF LIQUIDATION

§159.51
General.
§159.52
Warehouse entry not liquidated until final withdrawal.
§159.53
Proof of duty-free or reduced-duty status.
§159.54
Open bonds for production of documents.
§159.55
Possible prohibited food, drugs, or other articles.
§159.57
Merchandise affected by an American manufacturer's cause of action sustained by the court.
§159.58
Dumping and countervailing duties; action by port director.
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Subpart F—CONTINUED DUMPING AND SUBSIDY OFFSET

§159.61
General.
§159.62
Notice of distribution.
§159.63
Certifications.
§159.64
Distribution of offset.


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