Customs Act 1901

PART XVB - SPECIAL PROVISIONS RELATING TO ANTI-DUMPING DUTIES  

Division 5A - Anti-circumvention inquiries  

SECTION 269ZDBD   CONTENT AND LODGEMENT OF APPLICATIONS FOR CONDUCT OF AN ANTI-CIRCUMVENTION INQUIRY  

Content of application

269ZDBD(1)  
An application under subsection 269ZDBC(1) for the conduct of an anti-circumvention inquiry in relation to an original notice must:


(a) be in writing; and


(b) be in a form approved by the Commissioner for the purposes of this section; and


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


(d) be signed in the manner indicated by the form; and


(e) be lodged in the manner approved under section 269SMS .

Note:

For original notice , see section 269ZDBC .

269ZDBD(2)  
Without limiting subsection (1), the application must include:


(a) a description of the kind of goods that are the subject of the original notice; and


(b) a description of the original notice the subject of the application; and


(c) a description of the circumvention activities in relation to the original notice that the applicant considers have occurred; and


(d) a description of the alterations to the original notice that the applicant considers should be made.

269ZDBD(2A)  


An application that describes circumvention activity, in relation to the original notice, within the meaning of subsection 269ZDBB(5A) , must not describe any other kind of circumvention activity in relation to that notice. Time of lodgement

269ZDBD(3)  


The application is taken to have been lodged when the application is first received by a Commission staff member doing duty in relation to applications for the conduct of anti-circumvention inquiries.

269ZDBD(4)  
(Repealed by No 42 of 2015)

269ZDBD(5)  
The day on which the application is taken to have been lodged must be recorded on the application.




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