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Customs Management (Bills of Entry) Regulations (Statutory Instrument 112 of 1979)

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This is the latest version of this legislation commenced on 08 Nov 2017.

Seychelles

Customs Management Act, 2011

Customs Management (Bills of Entry) Regulations

Statutory Instrument 112 of 1979

  • Commenced on 26 September 1979

  • [This is the version of this document at 8 November 2017.]


[These regulations were made under the Customs Management Decree 1980 and continued under s 272(1) of the Customs Management Act, 2011 (Act 22 of 2011)][Note: The administering authorities in Seychelles take the view that this SI is no longer in force. Caution is advised accordingly]


1. Citation

These Regulations may be cited as the Customs Management (Bills of Entry) Regulations.

2. Bills of entry

For the purposes of the Customs Management Decree, bills of entry shall be in the forms prescribed in the Schedule; in the case of—

(a)imported goods, Form C1 or Form CIA; and
(b)exported goods, Form C2 (shipping Bill),

shall be used.

3. Proofs of forms printed privately

When the prescribed forms are to be printed by any person other than the Government Printer, printer's proofs together with a specimen of the paper to be used, shall be submitted beforehand to the Collector of Customs who shall approve, amend or reject them.Bill of entry (imported goods) (Form C1): www.seylii.org/greybookBill of entry (imported goods) (Form CIA): www.seylii.org/greybookBill of entry (exported goods) (Form C2): www.seylii.org/greybook