Customs Act 1901

PART IVA - DEPOTS  

SECTION 77F   INTERPRETATION  

77F(1)  


In this Part:

"Australia Post"
means the Australian Postal Corporation.

"depot"
, in relation to a depot licence, means the place to which the licence relates.

"depot licence"
means a licence granted under section 77G and includes such a licence that has been renewed under section 77T .

"depot licence application charge"
means the depot licence application charge imposed by the Customs Licensing Charges Act 1997 and payable as set out in section 77H .

"depot licence charge"
means the depot licence charge imposed by the Customs Licensing Charges Act 1997 and payable as set out in section 77U .

"depot licence variation charge"
means the depot licence variation charge imposed by the Customs Licensing Charges Act 1997 and payable as set out in section 77LA of this Act.

"insolvent under administration"
(Repealed by No 7 of 2000)

"International Mail Centre"
means a place approved in an instrument under subsection (1A) as a place for the examination of international mail.

"place"
includes an area, a building and a part of a building.

"receptacle"
means a shipping or airline container, a pallet or other similar article.

"Tribunal"
(Repealed by No 33 of 2013)

77F(1A)  


For the purposes of the definition of International Mail Centre in subsection (1), the Comptroller-General of Customs may, by writing, approve a place as a place for the examination of international mail.

77F(2)  
A reference in this Part to a conviction of a person of an offence includes a reference to the making of an order under section 19B of the Crimes Act 1914 , or under a corresponding provision of a law of a State, a Territory or a foreign country, in relation to a person in respect of an offence.

Note: Section 19B of the Crimes Act 1914 empowers a court that has found a person to have committed an offence to take action without proceeding to record a conviction.

77F(3)  
Nothing in this Part affects the operation of Part VIIC of the Crimes Act 1914 (which includes provisions relieving persons from requirements to disclose spent convictions).




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