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Title 19Chapter IPart 174


TITLE 19—Customs Duties

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

PART 174—PROTESTS

rule
§174.0
Scope.

Subpart A—GENERAL PROVISIONS

§174.1
Definitions.
§174.2
Applicability of provisions.
§174.3
Power of attorney to file protest.
rule

Subpart B—PROTESTS

§174.11
Matters subject to protest.
§174.12
Filing of protests.
§174.13
Contents of protest.
§174.14
Amendment of protests.
§174.15
Consolidation of protests filed by different parties.
§174.16
Limitation on protests after reliquidation.
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Subpart C—REVIEW AND DISPOSITION OF PROTESTS

§174.21
Time for review of protests.
§174.22
Accelerated disposition of protest.
§174.23
Further review of protests.
§174.24
Criteria for further review.
§174.25
Application for further review.
§174.26
Review of protest after application for further review.
§174.27
Disposition after further review.
§174.28
Consideration of additional arguments.
§174.29
Allowance or denial of protests.
§174.30
Notice of denial of protest.
§174.31
Judicial review of denial of protest.
§174.32
Publication.


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