Customs Act 1901
The Comptroller-General of Customs may, by written notice given to an applicant for a depot licence, require the applicant to supply further information in relation to the application within the period that is specified in the notice.
The Comptroller-General of Customs may extend the specified period if the applicant, in writing, requests the Comptroller-General of Customs to do so.
If the applicant:
(a) fails to supply the further information within the specified period, or that period as extended under subsection (2); but
(b) supplies the information at a subsequent time;
the Comptroller-General of Customs must not take the information into account in determining whether to grant the depot licence.
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