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Title 19Chapter IPart 134


TITLE 19—Customs Duties

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

PART 134—COUNTRY OF ORIGIN MARKING

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§134.0
Scope.

Subpart A—GENERAL PROVISIONS

§134.1
Definitions.
§134.2
Additional duties.
§134.3
Delivery withheld until marked and redelivery ordered.
§134.4
Penalties for removal, defacement, or alteration of marking.
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Subpart B—ARTICLES SUBJECT TO MARKING

§134.11
Country of origin marking required.
§134.12
Foreign articles reshipped from a U.S. possession.
§134.13
Imported articles repacked or manipulated.
§134.14
Articles usually combined.
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Subpart C—MARKING OF CONTAINERS OR HOLDERS

§134.21
Special marking.
§134.22
General rules for marking of containers or holders.
§134.23
Containers or holders designed for or capable of reuse.
§134.24
Containers or holders not designed for or capable of reuse.
§134.25
Containers or holders for repacked J-list articles and articles incapable of being marked.
§134.26
Imported articles repacked or manipulated.
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Subpart D—EXCEPTIONS TO MARKING REQUIREMENTS

§134.31
Requirements of other agencies.
§134.32
General exceptions to marking requirements.
§134.33
J-List exceptions.
§134.34
Certain repacked articles.
§134.35
Articles substantially changed by manufacture.
§134.36
Inapplicability of marking exception for articles processed by importer.
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Subpart E—METHOD AND LOCATION OF MARKING IMPORTED ARTICLES

§134.41
Methods and manner of marking.
§134.42
Specific method may be required.
§134.43
Methods of marking specific articles.
§134.44
Location and other acceptable methods of marking.
§134.45
Approved markings of country name.
§134.46
Marking when name of country or locality other than country of origin appears.
§134.47
Souvenirs and articles marked with trademarks or trade names.
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Subpart F—ARTICLES FOUND NOT LEGALLY MARKED

§134.51
Procedure when importation found not legally marked.
§134.52
Certificate of marking.
§134.53
Examination packages.
§134.54
Articles released from Customs custody.
§134.55
Compensation of Customs officers and employees.

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