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(1)Where any consignment of machinery of a class or description to which section ten of the Finance Act, 1932, applies is imported after the commencement of this Act and, before the importation, an application has been made to the Committee for a recommendation under that section with respect to that consignment, the power of the Committee to make the recommendation, and of the Treasury to issue a licence in accordance therewith, shall be exercisable notwithstanding that duty has been paid in respect of the consignment before the recommendation is made or the licence is issued.
(2)Subject to such conditions as the Commissioners may impose for the protection of the revenue, any duty paid under the Import Duties Act, 1932, on the importation of any such consignment of machinery shall be repaid, if the Commissioners are satisfied that a licence in respect of the consignment has subsequently been issued under the said section ten by virtue of this section.
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