Refunds of Harbor Maintenance Fees

Tuesday, May 14, 2002
The U.S. Customs Service issued a final rule establishing procedures for requesting refunds of export harbor maintenance fees. The procedure, which largely adopts the previous interim system, is intended to simplify the refund process by relieving exporters from certain documentary requirements and providing a 120-day period to allow exporters to seek additional refunds. The final rule comes into effect immediately. Source: HK Law
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