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اليوم الخميس الموافق : 23 - نوفمبر - 2017

   

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Part Fifteen
Customs Litigation
Section Six
Enforceability
  Sub-section one
Summary Enforeceability
  Article (233):- First:- The competent court shall adjudge summary enforceability in the following cases:-
  (A) If the perpetrator of smuggling is caught in the act and the value of the goods exceeds (210)dinars or (5.460) riyals.
  (B)If the smuggled goods are drugs , military weapons, ammunition , strategic goods or goods that are boycotted by the Arabs or other prohibited goods regardless of what their value may be.
  (C) If the smuggled goods are live animals or speedily damaged.
  (D) Based upon the request of the Chairman of the Authority or whomsoever he deputes in cases where it is feared that persons will abscomb or smuggle out their funds or when no fixed abode exists for them. Second : The one who has been adjudged for summary enforceability may impugn before the appeals court to stay summary enforceability , provided that he furnishes surety that ensures execution of the judgement issued by the court abode exists for them.
  Second : The one who has been adjudged for summary enforceability may impugn before the appeals court to stay summary enforceability , provided that he furnishes surety that ensures execution of the judgement issued by the court .
  Article (234):- The judgement of summary enforceability revokes the period of notification of the debtor.