CUSTOMS ACT 1901
CUSTOMS TARIFF ACT 1995
BY-LAW No. 1301117
I, Geoff Johannes, delegate of the Chief Executive Officer, under section 271 of the Customs Act 1901 make the by-law set out in the Schedule below.
In the by-law set out in the Schedule below, “security” means security required from the importer to the satisfaction of the Collector under section 42 of the Customs Act 1901.
1. This by-law may be cited as Customs By-law No. 1301117.
2. This by-law shall take effect on and from 1 March 2013.
3. For the purposes of item 39 of Schedule 4 to the Customs Tariff Act 1995, vehicles and components for use in the testing, quality control, manufacturing evaluation or engineering development of:
(a) motor vehicles manufactured by motor vehicle producers registered under the Automotive Transformation Scheme (within the meaning of the Automotive Transformation Scheme Act 2009) or original equipment components for inclusion in such motor vehicles; or
(b) motor vehicles designed or engineered, or in the process of being designed or engineered, in Australia by motor vehicle producers registered under the Automotive Transformation Scheme (within the meaning of the Automotive Transformation Scheme Act 2009) or components for inclusion in such motor vehicles,
4. The application of item 39 to the goods in paragraph 3 is subject to the following conditions:
(a) the importer gives a security to the Collector; and
(b) within a period of twelve months from the date of entry for home consumption, or within such further period as the Collector may in writing allow, the goods are re-exported, destroyed or disposed of in a manner approved in writing by the Collector.
5. For the purposes of this by-law, the “Customs Tariff Act 1995” means the Customs Tariff Act 1995, as amended or proposed to be altered.
Dated this twentieth day of February 2013.
Delegate of the
Chief Executive Officer