Customs Act 1901

PART VAAA - CARGO TERMINALS  

Division 1 - Preliminary  

SECTION 102B   102B   DEFINITIONS  


In this Part:

cargo handler
means a person who is involved in any of the following activities at a cargo terminal:


(a) the movement of goods subject to customs control into, within or out of the terminal;


(b) the loading, unloading or handling of goods subject to customs control at the terminal;


(c) the storage, packing or unpacking of goods subject to customs control at the terminal.

cargo terminal
means a place (other than a depot to which a depot licence relates or a warehouse to which a warehouse licence relates), within the limits of a port, airport or wharf, where:


(a) goods are located immediately after being unloaded from a ship that:


(i) has taken the goods on board at a place outside Australia; and

(ii) carried the goods to a port or wharf in a State or Territory where some or all of the goods are unloaded; or


(b) goods are located immediately after being unloaded from an aircraft that:


(i) has taken the goods on board at a place outside Australia; and

(ii) carried the goods to an airport in a State or Territory where some or all of the goods are unloaded; or


(c) goods are located immediately before being loaded on a ship or aircraft in which they are to be exported.

cargo terminal operator
, in relation to a cargo terminal, means a person who manages the cargo terminal.

establishment identification
, in relation to a cargo handler and a port, airport or wharf, means the handler ' s identification code provided by a Collector for the port, airport or wharf.

executive officer
of a body corporate means a person, by whatever name called and whether or not a director of the body, who is concerned in, or takes part in, the management of the body.

place
includes an area, a building and a part of a building.




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