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The Customs Act, 1969

( ACT NO. IV OF 1969 )

Chapter VII


Signature and contents of import manifest and amendment thereof
45. (1) Every manifest delivered under section 43 or section 44 shall be signed by the person-in-charge of the conveyance or his duly authorised agent and shall specify all goods imported in such conveyance showing separately all goods, if any, intended to be landed, transhipped, transited or taken on to another customs-station or to a destination outside Bangladesh and stores intended for consumption at the customs-station or in the outward voyage or journey, and shall be made out in such form and contain such further particulars as the Board may from time to time direct 1[:
2[Provided that the manifest transmitted to the Customs computer system by a registered user shall be deemed to have been signed by him.]]
(2) The appropriate officer shall permit the person-in-charge of a conveyance or his duly authorised agent to correct any obvious error in the import manifest or to supply any omission which in the opinion of such officer results from accident or inadvertence, by furnishing an amended or supplementary import manifest and shall levy thereon such fees as the Board from time to time directs.
3[(3) Notwithstanding anything contained in sub-section (2), the Board may specify, by special Order, the manner, conditions, limitations or restrictions under which the appropriate officer shall permit, the person-in-charge of a conveyance, or his duly authorised agent, to submit an amended or supplementary import manifest in special circumstances and shall levy thereon such fees as the Board may direct.]

  • 1
    The colon (:) was substituted for the full-stop (.) and the proviso was inserted thereafter by section 17 of অর্থ আইন, ২০০০ (২০০০ সনের ১৫ নং আইন)
  • 2
    The proviso was substituted by section 16 of অর্থ আইন, ২০০১ (২০০১ সনের ৩০ নং আইন)
  • 3
    Sub-section (3) was substituted by section 12 of অর্থ আইন, ২০০২ (২০০২ সনের ১৪ নং আইন)
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