Customs Act 1901

PART VIA - ELECTRONIC COMMUNICATIONS  

SECTION 126DA   COMMUNICATIONS STANDARDS AND OPERATION  

126DA(1)  


After consulting with persons likely to be affected, the Comptroller-General of Customs must determine, and cause to be published in the Gazette :


(a) the information technology requirements that have to be met by persons who wish to communicate with the Department electronically; and


(b) (Repealed by No 82 of 2002.)


(c) the information technology requirements that have to be met to satisfy a requirement that a person ' s signature be given to the Department in connection with information when the information is communicated electronically; and


(d) the information technology requirements that have to be met to satisfy a requirement that a document be produced to the Department when the document is produced electronically.

126DA(2)  


The Comptroller-General of Customs may:


(a) determine alternative information technology requirements that may be used; and


(b) without limiting paragraph (a), determine different information technology requirements that may be used in different circumstances or by different classes of persons.




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