This note is not part of the regulations, but is intended to indicate their general effect.
These regulations, which come into force on 1 December 2004, amend the Customs and Excise Regulations 1996 (the
The amendments made to the principal regulations take account of the changes to the Customs and Excise 1996 (the Act), by the Customs and Excise Amendment Act 2004 (for example amendments that provide for Custom-approved areas for storing exports (CASEs), and Customs access to and use of information about border-crossing goods, persons, and craft).
The following are the main changes made to the principal regulations by these regulations:
•regulation 3 inserts into the principal regulations, new Part 2A, which relates to Customs-approved areas for storing exports; and
•regulation 4 inserts into the principal regulations, new regulations 12 to 12D, which prescribe the content of the advance notice of arrival required from all craft, certain types of craft, and craft carrying cargo; and
•regulation 6 inserts a new Part 3A into the principal regulations, which prescribes the form and manner in which a person must give Customs access to information required under sections 38D, 38E, or 95A of the Act; and
•regulation 10 amends regulation 74 of the principal regulations by prescribing additional information to be provided by applicants in order to be a registered user of a Customs computerised entry processing system; and
•regulation 12 updates the Schedule to the principal regulations, by—
•inserting new forms 2A and 2B (application for and licence as CASE); and
•replacing form 9 (application to be a registered user); and
•inserting new form 11A (search and viewing warrant); and
•amending form 14 (notice of appeal).