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اليوم الاربعاء الموافق : 13 - ديسمبر - 2017

   

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Law 14 intro
law 14 ending
 
1 Part One
DEFINITIONS
 
2 Part Two
Customs Department’s sphere of Work
 
3 Part Three
Principle of Application of Customs Tarrifs
 
4 Part Four
Restrictions and Prohibitions
 
5 Part Five
Distinguishing Elements of Goods (Origin – Source – Type- Value)
 
6 Part Six
Import and export
 
 6.1 Section One
Import
 
6.1.1 (1) Marine Transportation:-
 
6.1.2 (2) Land Transportation
 
6.1.3 (3) Aerial Transportation
 
6.1.4 General Provisions
 
 6.2 Section Two
Export
 
 6.3 Section three
Transportation by postal Correspondence and Parcels
 
 6.4 Section Four
Common Provisions
 
7 Part Seven
Customs Clearance Stages
 
 7.1 Section One
Customs Declarations
 
 7.2 Section Two
Inspection of Goods
 
 7.3 Section Three
Provisions Concerning Travellers
 
 7.4 Section Four
 
 7.5 Section Five
Payment of Duties and Taxes and Removal of Goods
 
8 Part Eight
Conditions of Duties in Abeyance
 
 8.1 Section One
General Provisions
 
 8.2 Section Two
Transitory Goods (Transit)
 
8.2.1 A-General Provisions
 
8.2.2 B- Ordinary (Transit) Passage
 
8.2.3 C-Special (Transit) Passage
 
8.2.4 D- (Transit) Passage on International Documents
 
8.2.5 E-Transport from Center One to Center Two
 
 8.3 Section Three
Warehouses
 
8.3.1 A- General Provisions:
 
8.3.2 B- Genuine warehouses
 
8.3.3 C- Special Warehouse
 
8.3.4 D-Pseudo Warehouse
 
 8.4 Section Four
Free Markets and Zones
 
 8.5 Section Five
Temporary Admission
 
 8.6 Section six
Re-Export
 
 8.7 Section Seven
Refund of Duties on Re-Export
 
9 Part Nine
Coastal Shipping and Internal Transport
 
10 Part Ten
Exemptions
 
 10.1 Section One
 
 10.2 Section Two
Diplomatic Exemptions
 
 10.3 Section Three
Military Exemptions
 
 10.4 Section Four
Personal Exemptions
 
 10.5 Section Five
Returned Goods
 
 10.6 Section Six
Miscellaneous Exemptions
 
 10.7 Section Seven
Common Provisions
 
11 Part Eleven
Services Fees
 
12 Part Twelve
Customs Clearers
 
13 Part Thirteen
Rights and Duties of Customs Employees
 
14 Part Fourteen
The Customs Domain and Detection Of Smuggling
 
 14.1 Section One
The Customs Domain
 
 14.2 Section Tow
Detection of Smuggling
 
15 Part Fifteen
Customs Litigation
 
 15.1 Section One
Investigation Through a Warrant Of Arrest
 
 15.2 Section Two
Preventive Measures
 
15.2.1 sub-section One
Preventive Seizure
 
15.2.2 Sub-section Two
Preventive Arrest
 
15.2.3 Sub-section Three
Prohibition of Travel of Violators and Those responsible for smuggling
 
 15.3 Section Three
Follow – ups
 
15.3.1 Sub section One
Administrative Follow – up 
 
15.3.1.1    A –follow – up in accordance with collection resolutions.
 
15.3.1.2    B – Follow – up in accordance with a find resolution.
 
15.3.2 Section Two
 
15.3.3 Section Three
Lapse of the Right of Follow-up
 
15.3.3.1    A- Settlement by way of conciliation
 
15.3.3.2    B- Remission of Smuggling crimes
 
 15.4 Section four
Responsibility and liability
 
15.4.1 Sub- section One
Civil Responsibility in customs violation And Smuggling crimes
 
15.4.2 Sub section Two
Liability in Violations and smuggling Crimes
 
 15.5 Section Five
Trial Fundamentals
 
15.5.1 Sub-section One
The Competent Court
 
15.5.2 Sub –section Two
Competence of the Court
 
15.5.3 Sub- section Three
Notification
 
15.5.4 Sub –section Four
Manner of lmpugnment
 
15.5.5 Sub –section Five
Miscellaneous Provisions
 
 15.6 Section Six
Enforceability
 
15.6.1 Sub-section one
Summary Enforeceability
 
15.6.2 Sub-section Two
Enforcement of Judgements and Collection and Fines Resolutions
 
 15.7 Section Seven
Customs Violations And Their Fines
 
15.7.1 Sub –Section One General Provisions
 
15.7.2 Sub- section Tow
Violations of Statements on condition of consumption
 
15.7.3 Sub-section Three
Violations of Export Statements
 
15.7.4 Sub- section Four
Violations of Condition Placing Fees in Abeyance
 
15.7.4.1    A- Common provisions:-
 
15.7.4.2    B –Transit Goods Violations:-
 
15.7.4.3    C- Warehouses Violations
 
15.7.4.4    D- Free Zones Violations:-
 
15.7.4.5    E- Temporary Admission and Re-Export Violations:-
 
15.7.5 Sub-section Five
Cargo Manifest Violations
 
15.7.6 Sub-section Six
Cruise and possession Violations (Land ,sea and Air)
 
15.7.7 Sub-section Seven
Miscellaneous Violation
 
 15.8 Section Eight
Smuggling and its penalties
 
15.8.1 Sub- section One
Definition of Smuggling and what is Judged to be smuggling
 
15.8.2 Sub –section Two
Criminal Liability
 
15.8.3 Sub – section Three Fines
 
16 Part Sixteen
Sale of Goods
 
17 Part Seventeen
Distribution of Customs Fines and values of Expropriation
 
18 Part Eighteen
Lien of the Customs Authority
 
19 Part Nineteen
Prescription
 
20 Part Twenty
Transitional and Varied Provisions