Customs Act 1901


Division 3 - Licensing of customs brokers  



Where the Comptroller-General of Customs grants a broker's licence, he or she shall -

(a) endorse on the licence the name of the place or of each place at which the holder of the licence may act as a customs broker; and

(b) endorse on the licence the name of each customs broker who is a nominee of the licensee and opposite to each such name the name of the place or of each place at which he or she acts as a customs broker.


The Comptroller-General of Customs shall not in pursuance of subsection (1), endorse a licence so as to show a person as a nominee of a customs broker at a place if that person is not eligible to be a nominee of that customs broker at that place.


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