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اليوم الاربعاء الموافق : 22 - نوفمبر - 2017

   

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  Part Four
Restrictions and Prohibitions

  Article (23) : Every Goods that enter or leave the Republic must be submitted to the competent customs centre and declared in accordance with what is determined by the Customs Authority. The centre to which the declaration is given upon entry must be the centre nearest to the frontier. By resolution of the Chairman of the Authority a specific customs department may be designated to deal with goods whose types are determined in that resolution.
  Article (24) : Vessels of any tonnage whatsoever are prohibited from docking except in the ports prepared for that, save in conditions arising out of a marine emergency, a force majeure or when the higher interest of the state so requires, provided that the Customs Authority is so informed and captains, in such case, must notify the same to the nearest customs centre or the nearest police station in the event of the absence of a customs centre, and that without delay.
  Article (25): Vessels whose tonnage is less than two hundred marine tons are prohibited from transporting within the customs marine domain limited goods published in the official Gazette or prohibited goods or goods subject to excessive duty or designated prohibited goods referred to in the first article of this law.
  Article (26) : Vessels whose tonnage is less than two hundred marine tons and transporting goods of the types referred in Article (25) are prohibited from entering the customs marine domain or cruise or change their course therein, except in conditions arising out of a marine emergency or force majeure. In such case, captains must notify the nearest customs point or department or other public force. They must without delay submit a report to the Customs Department thereon supported by the quarter that has been informed.
  Article (27) : Aircraft are prohibited from crossing the frontiers from other than the places so appointed or to land at to take off from airports where no customs centres exist, except in the case of force majeure. In such case the captains of aircraft must inform the nearest customs point or other public force and they must without delay submit a report thereon to the Customs Department supported by the quarter that has been so informed.
  Article (28):- Prohibited goods that are declared in their real nomenclatures shall not be detained. Goods declared for entry shall be returned to abroad and goods declared for taking out shall be returned to within, except if their exception in both cases has been permitted.
  As for designated prohibited goods these shall be detained even if declared in their real nomenclatures, unless there is a prior permit for their entry or exit. If such permit is subsequently obtained the goods shall be allowed to be entered or taken out after settling the violation.
  Making import or export contingent upon a licence, permit, certificate or any other document obligated the customs department not to allow completion of the customs transaction before obtaining the necessary documents.
  Article (29) :- Allow foreign goods that bear the mark of a factory, shop or any other name, sign or indication that entails misguidance that such products were manufactured in the Republic or are of local origin, whether such marks are on the goods themselves or on their wrappings or on their binders shall be deemed prohibited. This prohibition will also apply to conditions in abeyance for duties which are the subject of part eight.
  Local products that bear the mark of a factory or shop or any name or sign or indication that entails the misguidance that such products are of foreign manufacture shall also be prohibited from entry and exit.
  Article (30) :- The bringing in of foreign goods in which the conditions stipulated for in laws and regulations protecting origin and ownership shall be prohibited from entry, unless the competent quarters agree to remove this prohibition after ascertaining elimination of the reasons for the prohibition.
  The Prohibition shall apply to conditions in abeyance for duties being the subject of part eight.
  Article (31):- By his resolution the Chairman of the Authority may formulate special rules for wrapping as regards some goods, provided that the same is announced three months before the commencement of application of such rules.