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Protests, appeals, and suits against the exaction of duties. Letter from the Secretary of the Treasury, transmitting communications from Customs and law officers, and recommending a revision of the laws regulating protests, appeals, and suits by importers against the exaction of money as duties by collectors of Customs. January 21, 1886. -- Referred to the Committee of Ways and Means and ordered to be printed. [electronic resource]

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Published: Washington, DC, 1886
Series: United States congressional serial set ; serial set no. 2392
Ex. doc. (United States. Congress. House) ; 49th Congress, no. 43
Topics: Appellate procedure. | Bonded warehouses and goods. | Customs appraisal. | Foreign trade regulation. | Foreign trade. | Imports. | International claims. | Judicial process. | Judicial review of administrative acts. | Lawsuits. | Limitation of actions. | Tariffs and duties. | United States. Supreme Court decisions. | Customs agents. | Merchants, Foreign. | Act To Increase Duties on Imports, and for Other Purposes. 1864. | Act To Protect the Revenue, and for Other Purposes. 1866. | Civil and Diplomatic Appropriation Act for the Year 1839. 1839. | Protest Law. 1845. | Revised Statutes of the United States (1874), Sec. 2785 [Collection of duties upon imports: Requisites of an entry of goods]. | Revised Statutes of the United States (1874), Sec. 2931 [Customs appraisal: Appeal to the Secretary of the Treasury]. | Revised Statutes of the United States (1874), Sec. 3011 [Collection of duties: Suits for recovery]. | Tariff of 1857. | Arnson v. Murphy. 1885. | United States. Customs Service. | United States. Dept. of the Treasury.
Genres: Executive Department Publications.
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