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Title 19Chapter IIIPart 356


TITLE 19—Customs Duties

CHAPTER III—INTERNATIONAL TRADE ADMINISTRATION, DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE

PART 356—PROCEDURES AND RULES FOR IMPLEMENTING ARTICLE 1904 OF THE NORTH AMERICAN FREE TRADE AGREEMENT

rule

Subpart A—SCOPE AND DEFINITIONS

§356.1
Scope.
§356.2
Definitions.
rule

Subpart B—PROCEDURES FOR COMMENCING REVIEW OF FINAL DETERMINATIONS

§356.3
Notice of intent to commence judicial review.
§356.4
Request for panel review.
§356.5
[Reserved]
§356.6
Receipt of notice of a scope determination by the Government of a FTA country.
§356.7
Request to determine when the Government of a FTA country received notice of a scope determination.
§356.8
Continued suspension of liquidation.
rule

Subpart C—PROPRIETARY AND PRIVILEGED INFORMATION

§356.9
Persons authorized to receive proprietary information.
§356.10
Procedures for obtaining access to proprietary information.
§356.11
Procedures for obtaining access to privileged information.
rule

Subpart D—VIOLATION OF A PROTECTIVE ORDER OR A DISCLOSURE UNDERTAKING

§356.12
Sanctions for violation of a protective order or disclosure undertaking.
§356.13
Suspension of rules.
§356.14
Report of violation and investigation.
§356.15
Initiation of proceedings.
§356.16
Charging letter.
§356.17
Request to charge.
§356.18
Interim sanctions.
§356.19
Request for a hearing.
§356.20
Discovery.
§356.21
Subpoenas.
§356.22
Prehearing conference.
§356.23
Hearing.
§356.24
Proceeding without a hearing.
§356.25
Witnesses.
§356.26
Initial decision.
§356.27
Final decision.
§356.28
Reconsideration.
§356.29
Confidentiality.
§356.30
Sanctions for violations of a protective order for privileged information.


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