Customs Act 1901

PART XVA - TARIFF CONCESSION ORDERS  

Division 4 - Revocation of TCOs  

SECTION 269SB   REQUEST FOR REVOCATION OF TCOs  

269SB(1)  


If:


(a) a TCO is in force on a particular day; and


(b) a person claiming to be a producer in Australia of substitutable goods in relation to the goods covered by the order is of the view that if:


(i) the TCO were not in force on that particular day; and

(ii) that particular day were the day on which the TCO application was lodged;
the TCO would not have been made;

the person may request the Comptroller-General of Customs to revoke the order.

269SB(2)  
A request must:


(a) be in writing; and


(b) be in an approved form; and


(c) contain such information as the form requires; and


(d) be signed in the manner indicated in the form.

269SB(3)  


A request for revocation may be lodged:


(a) by leaving it at a place that has been allocated for the lodgement of TCO applications by notice published on the Department ' s website; or


(b) by posting it by prepaid post to a postal address specified in the approved form; or


(c) by sending it by fax to a fax number specified in the approved form;

and the request is taken to have been lodged when the request, or a fax of the request, is first received by an officer of Customs.

269SB(4)  
The day on which the request is to be taken to be lodged, must be recorded on the request.




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