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Title 19Chapter IPart 18


TITLE 19—Customs Duties

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

PART 18—TRANSPORTATION IN BOND AND MERCHANDISE IN TRANSIT

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General Provisions

§18.1
Carriers; application to bond.
§18.2
Receipt by carrier; manifest.
§18.3
Transshipment; transfer by bonded cartmen.
§18.4
Sealing conveyances and compartments; labeling packages; warning cards.
§18.4a
Containers or road vehicles accepted for transport under customs seal; requirements.
§18.5
Diversion.
§18.6
Short shipments; shortages; entry and allowance.
§18.7
Lading for exportation, verification of.
§18.8
Liability for shortage, irregular delivery, or nondelivery; penalties.
§18.9
Examination by inspectors of trunk line associations or agents of the Surface Transportation Board.
§18.10
Kinds of entry.
§18.10a
Special manifest.

Immediate Transportation Without Appraisement

§18.11
Entry; classes of goods for which entry is authorized; form used.
§18.12
Entry at port of destination.

Shipment of Baggage in Bond

§18.13
Procedure; manifest.
§18.14
Shipment of baggage in transit to foreign countries.

Merchandise in Transit Through the United States to Foreign Countries

§18.20
Entry procedure; forwarding.
§18.21
Restricted and prohibited merchandise.
§18.22
Procedure at port of exit.
§18.23
Change of destination; change of entry.
§18.24
Retention of goods on dock; splitting of shipments.

Exportation From Customs Custody of Merchandise Unentered or Covered by an Unliquidated Consumption Entry, or Merchandise Denied Admission by the Government

§18.25
Direct exportation.
§18.26
Indirect exportation.
§18.27
Port marks.

Merchandise Transported by Pipeline

§18.31
Pipeline transportation of bonded merchandise.

Merchandise Not Otherwise Subject to Customs Control Exported Under Cover of a TIR Carnet

§18.41
Applicability.
§18.42
Direct exportation.
§18.43
Indirect exportation.
§18.44
Abandonment of exportation.
§18.45
Supervision of exportation.


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