Customs Law

Author: Damon V. Pike,Lawrence M. Friedman
Publisher: N.A
ISBN: 9781611637267
Page: 950
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The United States imports and exports more merchandise than any other country. This book covers the "nuts and bolts" of laws administered by U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP), the agency charged with regulating imports into the U.S. and collecting duties, import fees, and related taxes. The book also covers the entry and record-keeping process for imports; intellectual property protection; CBP's penalty regime; the use of preferential trade programs; marking requirements; and the relationship of income tax transfer pricing rules in determining how inter-company pricing impacts declared customs values and, thus, global corporate income taxes. The system of judicial review by the U.S. Court of International Trade and U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit is also covered. Finally, the book summarizes the requirements of 47 other federal agencies that CBP is charged with administering and enforcing with respect to imported merchandise.

EU Customs Law

Author: Timothy Lyons
Publisher: Oxford University Press
ISBN: 0191086746
Category: Law
Page: 680
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The third edition of EU Customs Law provides a fully updated treatment of legislation, new treaties and cases in the two courts of the EU especially but also in Member States. This volume also includes commentary on the Union Customs Code and secondary legislation, and increased coverage of areas such as the wider role of customs authorities apart from the collection of customs duty, such as security of goods and post 9/11 developments generally, the history of customs unions and their implications for governments, non-EU customs unions to which EU law is relevant, and the inter-relation between customs duty and direct tax.

EC Customs Law

Author: Timothy Lyons
Publisher: Oxford University Press, USA
ISBN: 9780198764922
Category: Law
Page: 484
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EC Customs Law is an important new study which places the law relating to customs duty in its broader international and EC context. It is a key resource for those already familiar to the area, whether as practitioners, government or Community officials, or graduate students, as well as anaccessible introduction for readers who are coming to the subject for the first time. It aims, in particular, to highlight the role of the European Court of Justice in customs matters.After looking at the fundamental concepts of the customs union and the Community Customs Code and implementing regulations, the author moves on to consider the administration and interpretation of the Tariff, paying special attention to the decisions of the ECJ. Then the various internationalagreements and arrangements between the EC and third countries are considered, and their significance for traders, and the importance of international law generally, is emphasized.The book also deals with the important matters of the origin of goods and their valuation, customs entry and declarations, customs procedures, inward and outward processing, and approved uses and treatments. Chapters follow on the customs debt and reliefs from duty, repayment and remission of duty,and customs appeal. The book concludes with a short overview of some of the issues which are being addressed by the Commission and customs administration in deepening the customs union, and it looks, briefly, at some of the matters which traders must bear in mind in planning theiractivities.

The Customs Law of Asia

Author: M. Cottier,M. H. Crawford,C. V. Crowther,J. L. Ferrary,B. M. Levick,O. Salomies,M. Wörrle
Publisher: OUP Oxford
ISBN: 0191564281
Category: History
Page: 396
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The Roman Empire was based on law, and it was vital for rulers and ruled that laws should be understood. They were often given permanent form in stone or bronze. This book transcribes, translates, and fully illustrates with photographs, the inscription (more than 155 lines, in its damaged state) that carries the regulations drawn up over nearly two centuries for the customs dues of the rich province of Asia (western Turkey). The regulations, taken from Roman archives, were set up in Greek in Ephesus, and the book provides a rendering of the text back into Latin. The damaged text is hard to restore and to interpret. Six scholars offer line-by-line commentary, and five essays bring out its significance, from the Gracchi to Nero, for Rome's government and changing attitudes towards provincial subjects, for the historical geography of the Empire, for its economic history, and for the social life of Roman officials.

GST And Customs Law

Author: CA Anoop Modi,CA Mahesh Gupta
Publisher: SBPD Publications
ISBN: 9388117123
Page: 328
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This book covers the rudiments of Goods and Services Tax, India’s biggest Tax perform since independence. This book is suitable of Commerce Stream in any University.

Customs Law of East Asia

Author: Chia-Jui Cheng
Publisher: Kluwer Law International B.V.
ISBN: 9041133348
Category: Law
Page: 555
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The countries comprising East Asia have experienced impressive economic growth and made substantial moves to liberalize trade policies. In light of the region's remarkable impact on global commerce, international trade professionals minimize the importance of local customs law at their peril. This timely work reflects the insights of an impressive array of experts and is designed to be a practical source of context and guidance. Readers will quickly discover it to be an indispensable tool to unravel many of the trade-related challenges and opportunities the region offers.

Tribal Customs Law And Justice

Author: Manjushree Pathak
Publisher: Mittal Publications
ISBN: 9788170999928
Category: Adi (Indic people)
Page: 426
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A Study Of The Administrative And Legal Developments - Arunachal Pradesh With Special Reference To The Adi Tribe. Describes The Customary Laws Of Adi Tribe. 7 Chapters Including Conclusion - Appendices - Bibliography, Table Of Cases, Index - Illustrations In Colour 12 Including A Map.

Import and Customs Law Handbook

Author: Michael J. Horton
Publisher: Praeger Pub Text
Category: Business & Economics
Page: 291
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The handbook provides a concise, easily-accessed guide to the laws and procedures used by U.S. Customs to process imported merchandise. Former customs officer Horton provides marketing, sales, purchasing, and other corporate executives with ways to save or recover duties paid. He gives practical advice on how to comply with Customs requirements for documenting, auditing their companies import transactions, and, soliciting administrative redress when wrongs are suspected. His brief, relevant history of Customs and his review of how it works today will help corporate compliance officers sidestep costly mistakes in communicating with Customs officials. Others with general management responsibilities will benefit from Horton's explanation of how import operations can be organized to conform to the laws and still be cost-effective.

Customs Law and Regulations

With Notes and References
Author: Australia,Harry Newton Phillips Wollaston
Publisher: N.A
Category: Customs administration
Page: 269
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Uniformity of Customs Administration in the European Union

Author: Kathrin Limbach
Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing
ISBN: 1782256733
Category: Law
Page: 320
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Uniform customs administration is of great importance for the EU and the competitiveness of EU businesses in global trade. However, the EU's so-called executive federalism raises the potential for the non-uniform application of EU customs law. This problem has already arisen in the European Communities – Selected Customs Matters WTO dispute settlement. Therefore, the central research question of this book concerns the challenge presented to executive federalism in the EU Customs Union by the WTO. It also examines those safeguard measures for uniform customs administration which are in operation. Valuable empirical analysis of the decision-making procedures and practices of the national customs authorities allows for the fullest understanding of the operation of the customs administration. An important feature of the exploration is its analysis of the reform of EU customs law and of the effectiveness of the European Union's strategies to enhance uniform customs administration. That analysis helps to identify potential weak points in the decentralised administration of EU customs law and suggests ways in which it might be improved. Scholarly, rigorous and timely, this important study will be required reading for all scholars of EU customs law.

Customs Law Digest

Digest of Decisions Contained in the United States Customs Court Reports, and of Customs Decisions, During the Period Since 1910, of the Court of Customs Appeals, the Court of Customs and Patent Appeals, and the United States Supreme Court
Author: N.A
Publisher: N.A
Category: Customs administration
Page: N.A
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