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Title 19Chapter IPart 181


TITLE 19—Customs Duties

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

PART 181—NORTH AMERICAN FREE TRADE AGREEMENT

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§181.0
Scope.

Subpart A—GENERAL PROVISIONS

§181.1
Definitions.
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Subpart B—EXPORT REQUIREMENTS

§181.11
Certificate of Origin.
§181.12
Maintenance and availability of records.
§181.13
Failure to comply with requirements.
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Subpart C—IMPORT REQUIREMENTS

§181.21
Filing of claim for preferential tariff treatment upon importation.
§181.22
Maintenance of records and submission of Certificate by importer.
§181.23
Effect of noncompliance; failure to provide documentation regarding transshipment.
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Subpart D—POST-IMPORTATION DUTY REFUND CLAIMS

§181.31
Right to make post-importation claim and refund duties.
§181.32
Filing procedures.
§181.33
Customs processing procedures.
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Subpart E—RESTRICTIONS ON DRAWBACK AND DUTY-DEFERRAL PROGRAMS

§181.41
Applicability.
§181.42
Duties and fees not subject to drawback.
§181.43
Eligible goods subject to drawback.
§181.44
Calculation of drawback.
§181.45
Goods eligible for full drawback.
§181.46
Time and place for filing drawback claim.
§181.47
Completion of claim for drawback.
§181.48
Person entitled to receive drawback.
§181.49
Retention of records.
§181.50
Liquidation and payment of drawback claims.
§181.51
Prevention of improper payment of claims.
§181.52
Subsequent claims for preferential tariff treatment.
§181.53
Collection and waiver or reduction of duty under duty-deferral programs.
§181.54
Verification of claim for drawback, waiver or reduction of duties.
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Subpart F—COMMERCIAL SAMPLES AND GOODS RETURNED AFTER REPAIR OR ALTERATION

§181.61
Applicability.
§181.62
Commercial samples of negligible value.
§181.63
[Reserved]
§181.64
Goods re-entered after repair or alteration in Canada or Mexico.
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Subpart G—ORIGIN VERIFICATIONS AND DETERMINATIONS

§181.71
Denial of preferential tariff treatment dependent on origin verification and determination.
§181.72
Verification scope and method.
§181.73
Notification of verification visit.
§181.74
Verification visit procedures.
§181.75
Issuance of origin determination.
§181.76
Application of origin determinations.
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Subpart H—PENALTIES

§181.81
Applicability to NAFTA transactions.
§181.82
Exceptions to application of penalties.
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Subpart I—ADVANCE RULING PROCEDURES

§181.91
Applicability.
§181.92
Definitions and general NAFTA advance ruling practice.
§181.93
Submission of advance ruling requests.
§181.94
Nonconforming requests for advance rulings.
§181.95
Oral discussion of issues.
§181.96
Change in status of transaction.
§181.97
Withdrawal of NAFTA advance ruling requests.
§181.98
Situations in which no NAFTA advance ruling may be issued.
§181.99
Issuance of NAFTA advance rulings or other advice.
§181.100
Effect of NAFTA advance ruling letters; modification and revocation.
§181.101
Publication of decisions.
§181.102
Administrative and judicial review of advance rulings.
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Subpart J—REVIEW AND APPEAL OF ADVERSE MARKING DECISIONS

§181.111
Applicability.
§181.112
Definitions.
§181.113
Request for basis of adverse marking decision.
§181.114
Customs response to request.
§181.115
Intervention in importer's protest.
§181.116
Petition regarding adverse marking decision.
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Subpart K—CONFIDENTIALITY OF BUSINESS INFORMATION

§181.121
Maintenance of confidentiality.
§181.122
Disclosure to government authorities.
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Subpart L—RULES OF ORIGIN

§181.131
Rules of origin.
§181.132
Disassembly.
Appendix
Appendix to Part 181—Rules of Origin Regulations


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