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Title 15Subtitle BChapter IVPart 400


TITLE 15—Commerce and Foreign Trade

Subtitle B—REGULATIONS RELATING TO COMMERCE AND FOREIGN TRADE (CONTINUED)

CHAPTER IV—FOREIGN-TRADE ZONES BOARD, DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE

PART 400—REGULATIONS OF THE FOREIGN-TRADE ZONES BOARD

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Subpart A—SCOPE, DEFINITIONS AND AUTHORITY

§400.1
Scope.
§400.2
Definitions.
§400.3
Authority of the Board.
§400.4
Authority and responsibilities of the Executive Secretary.
§400.5
Authority to restrict or prohibit certain zone operations.
§400.6
Board headquarters.
§400.7
CBP officials as Board representatives.
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Subpart B—ABILITY TO ESTABLISH ZONE; LIMITATIONS AND RESTRICTIONS ON AUTHORITY GRANTED

§400.11
Number and location of zones and subzones.
§400.12
Eligible applicants.
§400.13
General conditions, prohibitions and restrictions applicable to authorized zones.
§400.14
Production—requirement for prior authorization; restrictions.
§400.15
Production equipment.
§400.16
Exemption from state and local ad valorem taxation of tangible personal property.
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Subpart C—APPLICATIONS TO ESTABLISH AND MODIFY AUTHORITY

§400.21
Application to establish a zone.
§400.22
Notification for production authority.
§400.23
Application for production authority.
§400.24
Application for expansion or other modification to zone.
§400.25
Application for subzone designation.
§400.26
Criteria for evaluation of applications for expansions, subzones or other modifications of zones.
§400.27
Criteria applicable to evaluation of applications for production authority.
§400.28
Burden of proof.
§400.29
Application fees.
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Subpart D—PROCEDURES FOR APPLICATION EVALUATION AND REVIEWS

§400.31
General application provisions and pre-docketing review.
§400.32
Procedures for docketing applications and commencement of case review.
§400.33
Examiner's review—application to establish or modify a zone.
§400.34
Examiner's review—application for production authority.
§400.35
Examiner's review—application for subzone designation.
§400.36
Completion of case review.
§400.37
Procedure for notification of proposed production activity.
§400.38
Procedure for application for minor modification of zone.
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Subpart E—OPERATION OF ZONES AND ADMINISTRATIVE REQUIREMENTS

§400.41
General operation of zones; requirements for commencement of operations.
§400.42
Operation as public utility.
§400.43
Uniform treatment.
§400.44
Zone schedule.
§400.45
Complaints related to public utility and uniform treatment.
§400.46
Grantee liability.
§400.47
Retail trade.
§400.48
Zone-restricted merchandise.
§400.49
Monitoring and reviews of zone operations and activity.
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Subpart F—RECORDS, REPORTS, NOTICE, HEARINGS AND INFORMATION

§400.51
Records and reports.
§400.52
Notices and hearings.
§400.53
Official records; public access.
§400.54
Information.
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Subpart G—PENALTIES AND APPEALS TO THE BOARD

§400.61
Revocation of authority.
§400.62
Fines, penalties and instructions to suspend activated status.
§400.63
Appeals to the Board of decisions of the Assistant Secretary for Enforcement and Compliance and the Executive Secretary.

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