Chapter 98: Duty Savings, Legislative Changes, and CBP Instructions
Webinar: 1 CCS Credit
The proper use of HTSUS Chapter 98 rewards importers with significant duty reductions and, often, duty-free treatment for eligible imports, such as U.S. goods returned and temporary importations under bond. Recent legislative changes have eased some requirements, but the qualification of goods under Chapter 98 provisions is often not without difficulties. This webinar will help importers gain a clear understanding of Chapter 98 requirements and better take advantage of its benefits.
- legislative changes to HTSUS 9801.00.10 and their impact on other 9801 provisions
- application of HTSUS 9802.00.40/50, including a look at legislative changes
- application of HTSUS 9802.00.80
- documentary and other regulatory requirements relating to chapter 98 provisions
Larry Ordet is a member of Sandler, Travis & Rosenberg, P.A., resident in the Miami office, and serves on the Firm’s Operating Committee. Mr. Ordet concentrates his practice on general customs compliance matters, with particular emphasis on tariff classification, NAFTA duty deferral, and preference program qualification issues. He has worked extensively on WCO tariff classification issues involving the modification of the Harmonized System and related Explanatory Notes.