The importer of any goods into the UK is required by law to deliver a written declaration to Customs in respect of them. Under Section 28 of the Customs and Excise Act, 1952, the ‘entry’ (– that is, Customs declaration) must be in such form and manner and contain such particulars as the Commissioners may direct.
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- Importing Wood Goods — Customs and Dock Procedure — Claims
F.I.W.Sc. Jack H. Leigh
Alan G. Randall
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