Customs Act 1901

PART XVB - SPECIAL PROVISIONS RELATING TO ANTI-DUMPING DUTIES  

Division 5A - Anti-circumvention inquiries  

SECTION 269ZDBC   APPLICATIONS AND REQUESTS FOR CONDUCT OF AN ANTI-CIRCUMVENTION INQUIRY  

Applications by Australian industry

269ZDBC(1)  
If:


(a) a notice (an original notice ) has been published under subsection 269TG(2) or 269TJ(2) in respect of goods; and


(b) a person representing, or representing a portion of, the Australian industry producing like goods considers that one or more circumvention activities in relation to the notice have occurred; and


(c) the person considers that it may be appropriate to alter the notice because of the circumvention activities;

the person may, by application lodged with the Commissioner, request that the Commissioner conduct an anti-circumvention inquiry in relation to the notice.

269ZDBC(1A)  


If:


(a) a person lodges an application under subsection (1) with the Commissioner; and


(b) the person describes, in the application, circumvention activity, in relation to the original notice, within the meaning of subsection 269ZDBB(5A) ; and


(c) the Commissioner publishes a notice (the inquiry notice ) under subsection 269ZDBE(4) because of the application;

the person must not lodge another application under subsection (1) of this section describing circumvention activity, in relation to the original notice, within the meaning of subsection 269ZDBB(5A) , within 12 months after the day the inquiry notice was published.

Requests by Minister

269ZDBC(2)  
If:


(a) a notice (an original notice ) has been published under subsection 269TG(2) or 269TJ(2) in respect of goods; and


(b) the Minister considers that one or more circumvention activities in relation to the notice have occurred; and


(c) the Minister considers that it may be appropriate to alter the notice because of the circumvention activities;

the Minister may, by notice in writing, request that the Commissioner conduct an anti-circumvention inquiry in relation to the original notice.


 

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