Customs Act 1901

PART IV - THE IMPORTATION OF GOODS  

Division 3 - The Report of the Cargo  

Subdivision C - The registration, rights and obligations of special reporters  

SECTION 67EE   BASIC CONDITIONS ATTACHING TO REGISTRATION AS A SPECIAL REPORTER  

67EE(1)  
The registration of a special reporter is subject to:


(a) the conditions set out in this section and section 67EF ; and


(b) if the special reporter is registered as a special reporter in respect of low value cargo consigned from a mail-order house - section 67EG ; and


(c) if regulations under section 67EH apply - that section.

67EE(2)  


The special reporter must give the Comptroller-General of Customs written information of any of the following matters within 30 days after the occurrence of the matter:


(a) any matter that might, if the reporter were not a special reporter but were an applicant for registration, cause paragraph 67EB(1)(e) to apply in relation to the reporter;


(b) if, after the registration, or renewal of registration, of a company as a special reporter, a person commences to participate, as a director, officer or shareholder, in the management of the affairs of the company - the fact of such commencement; and


(c) if, after the registration, or renewal of registration, of a special reporter, a person commences to participate as an employee of the special reporter in the management of the dedicated computer facilities of the special reporter - the fact of such commencement; and


(d) if the special reporter is a partnership - the fact of any change in the membership of the partnership.

67EE(3)  


The special reporter must communicate such cargo reports by using dedicated computer facilities.



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