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Interpretation PART 2 - ADMINISTRATION 2. Customs Department 3. Director of Customs 4. Director's powers 5. (...) Restriction on boarding before a customs officer 17. Restriction for an aircraft to enter Vanuatu 18. (...) Power to inspect records 78. Power to enter and search without warrant 79. Power to enter and search with warrant 4 PART 13 - USERS OF CUSTOMS COMPUTER SYSTEM DIVISION 1 - REGISTRATION PROCEDURES AND OFFENCES 80.
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Score: 1095155.6 - https://www.wto.org/english/th..._e/vut_e/WTACCVUT9A4_LEG_3.pdf
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In some cases the USSD session is charged to the customer at a fixed rate no matter the length of the session; or the TSP or PSP is charged at wholesale rates for a transaction, no matter the length, or pro rata; or is charged via a percentage of the transaction value. (...) Other regulators, 112 105 The TRAI consultation paper indicated that, for example, while making a funds transfer using recipient’s account number and IFSC code of the recipient’s bank branch, the customer has to input about 23-29 digits (IFSC code-11 digits, account number- 12-18 digits) in a single stage because the other four stages are used for (i) selecting bank; (ii) selecting transaction type; (iii) entering amount of money to be transferred; and (iv) entering mPIN. In general, input error is quite frequent when a customer is prompted to enter both the account number and IFSC code in one single stage.
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Score: 1093396.5 - https://www.itu.int/en/publica.../files/basic-html/page196.html
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Total number of packages entered on the manifest Number Destination : Customs office Number 13. (...) Customs officer's signature and Customs office date stamp 27. (...) Total number of packages entered on the manifest Number Destination : Customs office Number 13.
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Score: 1093340.8 - https://unece.org/sites/defaul...-TRANS-WP30-AC2-2021-05c1e.pdf
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Access to numerous Grey Literature Sites – via Google Custom Searches Exercise 2 · In Google , search for: Non-governmental Organizations Search – Google (note – the link may be the 4th or 5th in the results column as there may be advertisements at the top) · Enter Stroke AND second hand smoke in the Google Custom Non-governmental Organizations Search box and click on Search . · How many citation search results are listed? (...) · In Google , search for: Intergovernmental Organizations Search Engine – Google (note – the link may be the 4th or 5th in the results column as there may be advertisements at the top) · Enter Ebola AND transmission prevention in the Google Custom Search Intergovernmental Organizations box and click on Search . · How many citation search results are listed? (...) · Would some of these resources be of use for an Ebola prevention program? · Enter Ebola AND transmission control in the Google Custom Search box and click on Search . · How many citation search results are listed?
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Score: 1092189.1 - https://www.who.int/hinari/tra...d_Course_Module_4_Workbook.doc
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As the Judge in charge of the Initial 3 Appearance, and in terms of the Rule mentioned earlier, I am entering a 4 plea of not guilty on behalf of the accused in relation to this third 5 count. 6 I am also entering a plea of not guilty on behalf of the accused 7 in relation to the fourth count, which is a charge of torture as a 8 violation of the laws or customs of war. 9 In relation to the fifth count, which is one of inhumane acts as a 10 crime against humanity, I, as the Judge in charge of the pre-trial -- of 11 the Initial Appearance, I am entering a plea of not guilty on behalf of 12 the accused. 13 The same applies to the sixth count, to which I am entering a plea 14 of not guilty on behalf of the accused, this count being one consisting of 15 a charge of wilfully causing serious injury to body or health, this being 16 a grave breach of the Geneva Conventions of 1949. 17 I am also entering a plea of not guilty to the seventh count on 18 behalf of the accused, this being a charge of cruel treatment as a 19 violation of the laws or customs of war. 20 As regards the eighth count, I am also entering a plea of not 21 guilty on behalf of the accused, this being a charge of murder, being a 22 crime against humanity. 23 I am also entering a plea of not guilty to the ninth count, on 24 behalf of the accused, this being a charge of wilful killing as a grave 25 breach of the Geneva Conventions of 1949. Page 72 1 The same applies to Count 10. I am entering a plea of not guilty 2 to Count 10, this being a charge of murder as a violation of the laws or 3 customs of war. 4 As regards the eleventh count, which contains a charge of 5 imprisonment as a crime against humanity, I, as the Judge in charge of the 6 Initial Appearance, am entering a plea of not guilty on behalf of the 7 accused. 8 The same applies to the twelfth count, which consists of a charge 9 of unlawful confinement of a civilian as a grave breach of the Geneva 10 Conventions of 1949. (...) This count consists 22 of a charge of wilfully causing great suffering, this being a grave breach 23 of the Geneva Conventions of 1949. 24 I am further entering a plea of not guilty to the fifteenth count 25 of the indictment, which is a charge of cruel treatment as a violation of Page 73 1 the laws or customs of war.
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Score: 1090855.3 - https://www.icty.org/x/cases/t..._rasevic/trans/en/050217IA.htm
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The Trade Facilitation Agreement, which entered into force in 2017, contains provisions to expedite the movement, release, and clearance of goods, including through electronic means. (...) As well as containing provisions to expedite the movement of goods across borders, it sets out measures for effective cooperation between customs and other border authorities on trade facilitation and customs compliance issues. (...) These technologies are already being used by customs administrations to verify certifications of origin, to improve risk management and customs audit, increase efficiency in customs clearance, and reduce manual procedures.
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Score: 1084657.4 - https://www.wto.org/english/tratop_e/dtt_e/dtt-tradfa_e.htm
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The goods shall remain under customs supervision until their customs status is determined, and in case of foreign goods, without prejudice to Article 90 of this Law, the goods shall remain under supervision until their customs status is changed, or they enter a free zone or free warehouse, or they are re-exported or destroyed in accordance with the provisions of the Article 182 of this Law. (...) Persons referred to in paragraph 5 of this Article shall declare the customs goods at the customs office when entering in order for the customs procedure to be conducted. 2. DECLARING GOODS Article 47 All the goods entering or leaving the customs territory must be declared at the border customs office, or other competent customs office.
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Score: 1081710 - https://www.wto.org/english/th...cc_e/cgr_e/WTACCCGR5_LEG_3.pdf
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The goods shall remain under customs supervision until their customs status is determined, and in case of foreign goods, without prejudice to Article 90 of this Law, the goods shall remain under supervision until their customs status is changed, or they enter a free zone or free warehouse, or they are re-exported or destroyed in accordance with the provisions of the Article 182 of this Law. (...) Persons referred to in paragraph 5 of this Article shall declare the customs goods at the customs office when entering in order for the customs procedure to be conducted. 2. DECLARING GOODS Article 47 All the goods entering or leaving the customs territory must be declared at the border customs office, or other competent customs office.
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Score: 1081710 - https://www.wto.org/english/th...cc_e/cgr_e/WTACCCGR6_LEG_5.pdf
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Access to numerous Grey Literature Sites – via Google Custom Searches Exercise 3 · In Google , search for: Non-governmental Organizations Search (note – the link may be the 4th or 5th in the results column as there may be advertisements at the top) · Enter Stroke AND second hand smoke in the Google Custom Non-governmental Organizations Search box and click on Search . · How many citation search results are listed? (...) · In Google , search for: Intergovernmental Organizations Search Engine (note – the link may be the 4th or 5th in the results column as there may be advertisements at the top) · Enter Ebola AND transmission prevention in the Google Custom Search Intergovernmental Organizations box and click on Search . · How many citation search results are listed? (...) · Would some of these resources be of use for an Ebola prevention program? · Enter Ebola AND transmission control in the Google Custom Search box and click on Search . · How many citation search results are listed?
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Score: 1081609 - https://www.who.int/hinari/tra..._Module_4_Workbook_2018_05.doc
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Radivoje Miletić was found guilty of crimes against humanity and violations of the laws or customs of war, through his participation in a JCE. (...) The Appeals Chamber also granted the Prosecution’s ground of appeal regarding “opportunistic” killings in Potočari, and entered, Judge Pocar dissenting, a conviction against Miletić for murder as a violation of the laws or customs of war for these killings. With respect to Vinko Pandurević, the Appeals Chamber granted the Prosecution’s appeal regarding a variety of incidents, and entered a number of new convictions. Pandurević was thus found guilty, Judge Niang dissenting, as an aider and abettor or through command responsibility, in relation to various criminal acts, of murder as a violation of the laws or customs of war, extermination as a crime against humanity, and persecution through murder and through cruel and inhumane treatment as a crime against humanity.
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Score: 1080991.8 - https://www.icty.org/en/node/7245
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