Thu Jan 10, 2019 11:22 am #1664353
Paul_Sengupta wrote:Didn't your interpretation mean "no" though?
Just in case I was typing in Swahili earlier:
1. Notification is legally required. (Customs and Excise Management Act 1979 Section 35)
2. The means of notification is as directed by the Commisioners. The GAR meets that direction, and there don't seem to be alternative methods.
3. You are not required to wait for "permission" after you have notified. (You won't get it)
4. You are not required to wait for a receipt after you have notified.
5. Nevertheless, if you feel more comfortable with a receipt or other evidence of notification, then that's fine. But you do not legally need it.