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Title 19Chapter IPart 191 → Subpart N


Title 19: Customs Duties
PART 191—DRAWBACK


Subpart N—Foreign-Built Jet Aircraft Engines Processed in the United States


Contents
§191.141   Drawback allowance.
§191.142   Procedure.
§191.143   Drawback entry.
§191.144   Refund of duties.

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§191.141   Drawback allowance.

Section 313(h) of the Act, as amended (19 U.S.C. 1313(h)), provides for drawback on the exportation of jet aircraft engines manufactured or produced abroad that have been overhauled, repaired, rebuilt, or reconditioned in the United States with the use of imported merchandise, including parts.

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§191.142   Procedure.

Other provisions of this part shall apply to claims for drawback filed under this subpart insofar as applicable to and not inconsistent with the provisions of this subpart.

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§191.143   Drawback entry.

(a) Filing of entry. Drawback entries covering these foreign-built jet aircraft engines shall be filed on Customs Form 7551, modified to show that the entry covers jet aircraft engines processed under §313(h) of the Act, as amended (19 U.S.C. 1313(h)).

(b) Contents of entry. The entry shall show the country in which each engine was manufactured and describe the processing performed thereon in the United States.

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§191.144   Refund of duties.

Drawback shall be refunded in aggregate amounts of not less than $100, and shall not be subject to the deduction of 1 percent of duties paid.

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