90 Power of Commissioners of Customs and Excise to make regulations.E+W+S+N.I.
(1)The Commissioners of Customs and Excise may make regulations prescribing the form in which notice is to be given under section 89 and requiring a person giving notice—
(a)to furnish the Commissioners with such evidence as may be specified in the regulations, either on giving notice or when the goods are imported, or at both those times, and
(b)to comply with such other conditions as may be specified in the regulations.
(2)The regulations may, in particular, require a person giving such a notice—
(a)to pay such fees in respect of the notice as may be specified by the regulations;
(b)to give such security as may be so specified in respect of any liability or expense which the Commissioners may incur in consequence of the notice by reason of the detention of any goods or anything done to goods detained;
(c)to indemnify the Commissioners against any such liability or expense, whether security has been given or not.
(3)The regulations may make different provision as respects different classes of case to which they apply and may include such incidental and supplementary provisions as the Commissioners consider expedient.
(4)Regulations under this section shall be made by statutory instrument which shall be subject to annulment in pursuance of a resolution of either House of Parliament.
(5)Section 17 of the M1Customs and Excise Management Act 1979 (general provisions as to Commissioners’ receipts) applies to fees paid in pursuance of regulations under this section as to receipts under the enactments relating to customs and excise.
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