Customs Act 1901

PART VAAA - CARGO TERMINALS  

Division 2 - Obligations of cargo terminal operators  

SECTION 102CC   NOTIFICATION REQUIREMENTS RELATING TO GOODS  

102CC(1)  


The cargo terminal operator of a cargo terminal must, within the time and in the manner mentioned in subsection (2), notify the Department of any of the following events:


(a) an unauthorised movement of goods subject to customs control in or from the cargo terminal;


(b) an unauthorised access to goods subject to customs control:


(i) in the cargo terminal; or

(ii) on a ship or aircraft within, or adjacent to, the terminal;


(c) an unauthorised access to an information system, whether electronic or paper based, relating to goods subject to customs control;


(d) an enquiry relating to goods subject to customs control from a person who does not have a commercial connection with the goods;


(e) a theft, loss or damage of goods subject to customs control;


(f) a break in and entry, or attempted break in, of the cargo terminal;


(g) a change that may adversely affect the security of the terminal;


(h) a suspected breach of a Customs-related law in the cargo terminal.

102CC(2)  
The notification of an event must:


(a) be in writing; and


(b) be made as soon as practicable, but not later than 5 days after the cargo terminal operator becomes aware of the event.




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