19 CFR 123.24 - Sealing of conveyances or compartments.

§ 123.24 Sealing of conveyances or compartments.
(a) Sealing required. Merchandise in transit proceeding under the provisions of this subpart shall be transported in sealed conveyances or compartments, except that:
(1) Less than load or compartment lots may be forwarded in unsealed conveyances or compartments, without cording and sealing;
(2) The Commissioner of Customs may authorize treatment of full loads or lots in the same manner as less than load or compartment lots;
(3) Live animals identifiable by specific description in the manifest may be transported in the care of an attendant or customs inspector at the expense of the parties in interest, in unsealed conveyances or compartments.
(b) Seals to be affixed. The carrier shall affix blue in-transit seals to all openings of conveyances and compartments containing in-transit merchandise except that:
(1) Sealable carload shipments on the Canadian border shall be sealed with yellow in-transit seals.
(2) Conveyances or compartments sealed with U.S. Customs red in-bound seals may go forward without additional seals.
(c) Carrier relieved of responsibility. The port director may relieve the carrier of the responsibility of affixing in-transit seals by notification in writing that Customs inspectors will assume it.

Title 19 published on 2013-04-01

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