Customs Duties definition

Customs Duties means any customs or import duty and a charge of any kind imposed in connection with the importation of a good, but does not include any:
Customs Duties means any duties, taxes and levies on imported goods under the Customs Act, the Customs Tariff, the Excise Act, the Excise Tax Act, the Special Import Measures Act or any other law relating to customs, excluding any penalties, interest or fines imposed under any of the aforesaid acts or any other law relating to customs.
Customs Duties means all duties, taxes, fees or any other charges which are levied and collected in the territories of the Parties, in application of customs legislation, but not including fees and charges which are limited in amount to the approximate costs of services rendered;

Examples of Customs Duties in a sentence

  • In 1948, Con- gress revised Title 28, and § 580 was moved without change from Title 28 to its current location in Title 19, which is now titled Customs Duties.

  • Customs Duties: Article 25 (formerly 12) provides: Member States shall refrain from introducing between themselves any new customs duties on imports or exports or any charges having equivalent effect, and from increasing those which they already apply in their trade with each other.

  • The tenderer shall be responsible for payment of any charges due to any statutory authorities such as Income Tax, CGST, SGST, IGST, Customs Duties etc.

  • The Table under point 1 of Appendix 3 of Annex I (Elimination of Customs Duties) to the Agreement shall be replaced by the Table in Annex I to this Protocol.


More Definitions of Customs Duties

Customs Duties means import or export duties and other charges of equivalent effect levied on goods by reason of their importation or exportation and includes suspended duties and fiscal duties or taxes where such duties or taxes affect the importation or exportation of goods but does not include internal duties and taxes such as sales, turnover or consumption taxes, imposed otherwise than in respect of the importation or exportation of goods;
Customs Duties means any duties, taxes and levies on imported goods under the Customs Act, the Customs Tariff, the Excise Act, the Excise Tax Act, the Special Import Measures Act or any other law relating to customs, excluding any penalties, interest or fines imposed under any of the aforesaid acts or any other law relating to customs. "Disbursements" means any payment made by the customs broker, on behalf of the client, for any product or service rendered in connection with the facilitation of the import and export of goods but not limited to Customs Duties, taxes, freight, storage, penalties, interest and fines and any other payments, including payments for goods on C O D shipments made by the Customs Broker on behalf of the Client.
Customs Duties means duties, levies and other taxes on imports, which are payable as a result of the importation of the item or items under consideration;
Customs Duties means any duties or charges of any kind imposed in connection with the importation of a good, and any surtaxes or surcharges imposed in connection with such importation, but does not include:
Customs Duties means duties or charges of any kind, including any form of surcharge or supplement, imposed on or in connection with the import or export of goods. These do not include:
Customs Duties means customs duties as defined in the customs legislation in force in the respective Member States;
Customs Duties means duties imposed in connection with the importation of a good provided that such customs duties shall not include: