Customs Act 1901

PART XVA - TARIFF CONCESSION ORDERS  

Division 2 - Making and processing TCO applications  

SECTION 269G   WITHDRAWING A TCO APPLICATION  

269G(1)  
A person who has lodged a TCO application under section 269F may withdraw the application at any time before a decision is made under section 269P or 269Q in relation to that application.

269G(2)  
A withdrawal of a TCO application:


(a) must be in writing; and


(b) must be lodged with the Comptroller-General of Customs in the same manner, and is taken to be lodged on the same day, as is specified in relation to a TCO application; and


(c) must have the day of its lodgement recorded.

269G(3)  


If a notice informing of the lodgement of a TCO application is published in the Gazette before that application is withdrawn, the Comptroller-General of Customs must publish in the Gazette , as soon as practicable after the withdrawal is lodged, a notice:


(a) stating that the TCO application has been withdrawn; and


(b) describing the goods to which the TCO application related; and


(c) specifying the Gazette number and date of the previous notice relating to the TCO application; and


(d) specifying the date of withdrawal of the TCO application.




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