Customs authority definition

Customs authority means the authority that is responsible under the law of a Party for the administration and enforcement of customs laws and regulations; Customs duty includes any duty or charge of any kind imposed in connection with the importation of goods, but does not include any:
Customs authority means the authority that, according to the legislation of each Party, is responsible for the administration and enforcement of its customs laws:

Examples of Customs authority in a sentence

  • Subsequent to the reimbursement of customs duty, the Bidder will submit to the concerned Payment Authority a certificate to the effect that he has not obtained any refund of customs duty subsequent to the payment of duty to the Customs authority by him.

  • No claim shall lie against the Corporation in the eventuality of CFS operations being suspended/ terminated by the Customs authority.

  • AviationFlying or aerial activity of any kind other than as a fare-paying passenger in a fully licensed commercial passenger-carrying aircraft, unless otherwise agreed.3. Civil authoritiesThe confiscation, retention, impounding or destruction of property by any Customs authority, Government or other civil authority.4. Claims recoverable from another sourceAny losses recoverable from any other source.

  • The purchaser reserves the right to ask the bidders to submit documentary proof confirming the correct HSN or SAC classification/ Customs Tariff Head from the CGST/SGST/IGST officer or Customs authority where the HSN or SAC classification/ Customs Tariff Head furnished against the particular tendered item by different bidders, differs from each other or the same is found apparently not furnished in accordance with GST Act/Customs Tariff notifications.

  • BSNL reserves the right to ask the bidders to submit documentary proof confirming the correct HSN or SAC classification/Customs Tarif Head from the CGST/SGST/IGST officer or Customs authority where the HSN or SAC classification /Customs Tariff Head furnished against the particular tendered item by different bidders differs from each other or the same is found apparently not furnished in accordance with GST ACT/Customs Tariff notifications.


More Definitions of Customs authority

Customs authority means the Relevant Authority with jurisdiction over the collection of Customs Duties and VAT on goods, machinery and equipment imported into Bangladesh and the clearance or release thereof under the Laws of Bangladesh;
Customs authority means the authority that according to the legislation of a Party is responsible for the administration of its customs legislation;
Customs authority means the competent authority that is responsible under the law of a Party for the Authority of customs laws and regulations1;
Customs authority means a customs authority as defined in subparagraph (a) of Article 4.1 (Definitions);
Customs authority means the competent authority that is responsible for the administration and enforcement of customs laws and regulations;
Customs authority means, as appropriate, the customs authorities of Singapore, the customs authorities of the Member States and/or the competent services of the European Commission.
Customs authority means the customs authority as defined in subparagraph (b) of Article 27; and