28 U.S. Code Chapter 169 - COURT OF INTERNATIONAL TRADE PROCEDURE

Sec. 2631. Persons entitled to commence a civil action. 2632. Commencement of a civil action. 2633. Procedure and fees. 2634. Notice. 2635. Filing of official documents. 2636. Time for commencement of action. 2637. Exhaustion of administrative remedies. 2638. New grounds in support of a civil action. 2639. Burden of proof; evidence of value. 2640. Scope and standard of review. 2641. Witnesses; inspection of documents. 2642. Analysis of imported merchandise. 2643. Relief. 2644. Interest. 2645. Decisions. 2646. Retrial or rehearing. [2647. Repealed.]
Amendments

1984—Pub. L. 98–620 title IV, § 402(29)(G),Nov. 8, 1984, 98 Stat. 3359, struck out item 2647 “Precedence of cases”.
1980—Pub. L. 96–417, title III, § 301,Oct. 10, 1980, 94 Stat. 1730, substituted “COURT OF INTERNATIONAL TRADE PROCEDURE” for “CUSTOMS COURT PROCEDURE” in chapter heading, “Persons entitled to commence a civil action” for “Time for commencement of action” in item 2631, “Commencement of a civil action” for “Customs Court procedures and fees” in item 2632, “Procedure and fees” for “Precedence of cases” in item 2633, “Filing of official documents” for “Burden of proof; evidence of value” in item 2635, “Time for commencement of action” for “Analysis of imported merchandise” in item 2636, “Exhaustion of administrative remedies” for “Witnesses; inspection of documents” in item 2637, “New grounds in support of a civil action” for “Decisions; findings of fact and conclusions of law; effect of opinions” in item 2638, “Burden of proof; evidence of value” for “Retrial or rehearing” in item 2639, and added items 2640 to 2647.
1979—Pub. L. 96–39, title X, § 1001(b)(4)(F),July 26, 1979, 93 Stat. 306, substituted “Precedence of cases” for “Precedence of American manufacturer, producer, or wholesaler cases” in item 2633.
1970—Pub. L. 91–271, title I, § 123(e),June 2, 1970, 84 Stat. 282, substituted “Time for commencement of action” for “Appeal for reappraisement; assignment to single judge; hearing” in item 2631, “Customs Court procedures and fees” for “Notice” in item 2632, “Precedence of American manufacturer, producer, or wholesaler cases” for “Evidence of value, upon reappraisement; burden of proof” in item 2633, “Notice” for “Witnesses; inspection of documents” in item 2634, “Burden of proof; evidence of value” for “Decision of single judge in reappraisement appeal” in item 2635, “Analysis of imported merchandise” for “Review of single judge’s decision; disqualification of judges; remand; presumption” in item 2636, “Witnesses; inspection of documents” for “Review of decisions of divisions” in item 2637, “Decisions; findings of fact and conclusions of law; effect of opinions” for “Precedence of classification cases” in item 2638, and “Retrial or rehearing” for “Analysis of imported merchandise” in item 2639, and struck out item 2640 “Rehearing or retrial”, item 2641 “Frivolous protest or appeal”, and item 2642 “Amendment of protests, appeals, and pleadings”.
1949—Act May 24, 1949, ch. 139, § 121,63 Stat. 106, substituted “Amendment of protests, appeals, and pleadings” for “Disqualification of judge” in item 2642.

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