Customs Act 1901

PART VAAA - CARGO TERMINALS  

Division 5 - Directions to cargo terminal operators or cargo handlers  

SECTION 102F   DIRECTIONS TO CARGO TERMINAL OPERATORS OR CARGO HANDLERS ETC.  

102F(1)  


The Comptroller-General of Customs may give a written direction to:


(a) a cargo terminal operator; or


(b) if a cargo terminal operator is a body corporate - an executive officer of the operator;

that the person may not be involved, either indefinitely or for a specified period, in any way in the loading, unloading, handling or storage of goods subject to customs control in the terminal.

102F(2)  


The Comptroller-General of Customs may give a written direction to:


(a) a cargo handler; or


(b) if a cargo handler is a body corporate - an executive officer of the handler;

that the person may not be involved, either indefinitely or for a specified period, in any way in the loading, unloading, handling or storage of goods subject to customs control in a cargo terminal specified in the direction.

102F(3)  


Before giving a direction, the Comptroller-General of Customs must be satisfied that:


(a) the person to whom the direction will be given is not a fit and proper person; or


(b) the direction is necessary:


(i) for the protection of the revenue; or

(ii) for the purpose of ensuring compliance with the Customs Acts, any other law of the Commonwealth prescribed by the regulations or a law of a State or Territory prescribed by the regulations.



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