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CUSTOMS ACT 1901 - SECT 77F

Interpretation

             (1)  In this Part:

"Australia Post " means the Australian Postal Corporation.

"depot " , in relation to a depot licence, means the place to which the licence relates.

"depot licence " means a licence granted under section 77G and includes such a licence that has been renewed under section 77T.

"depot licence application charge " means the depot licence application charge imposed by the Customs Licensing Charges Act 1997 and payable as set out in section 77H.

"depot licence charge " means the depot licence charge imposed by the Customs Licensing Charges Act 1997 and payable as set out in section 77U.

"depot licence variation charge " means the depot licence variation charge imposed by the Customs Licensing Charges Act 1997 and payable as set out in section 77LA of this Act.

"International Mail Centre " means a place approved in an instrument under subsection (1A) as a place for the examination of international mail.

"place " includes an area, a building and a part of a building.

"receptacle " means a shipping or airline container, a pallet or other similar article.

          (1A)  For the purposes of the definition of International Mail Centre in subsection (1), the Comptroller-General of Customs may, by writing, approve a place as a place for the examination of international mail.

             (2)  A reference in this Part to a conviction of a person of an offence includes a reference to the making of an order under section 19B of the Crimes Act 1914 , or under a corresponding provision of a law of a State, a Territory or a foreign country, in relation to a person in respect of an offence.

Note:          Section 19B of the Crimes Act 1914 empowers a court that has found a person to have committed an offence to take action without proceeding to record a conviction.

             (3)  Nothing in this Part affects the operation of Part VIIC of the Crimes Act 1914 (which includes provisions relieving persons from requirements to disclose spent convictions).



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