27 CFR § 20.232 - Reconsignment in transit.

§ 20.232 Reconsignment in transit.

(a) Reconsignment. Specially denatured spirits may be reconsigned to another permittee or returned to the consignor if, prior to or on arrival at the premises of the consignee, the alcohol is determined to be unsuitable for the intended purpose, was shipped in error, or, for any bona fide reason, is not accepted by the consignee or carrier.

(b) Records of reconsignment. In the case of reconsignment, the consignor shall cancel the initial record of shipment and prepare a new record of shipment, if the shipment is to another permittee. The new record of shipment will be annotated “Reconsignment.”

(Approved by the Office of Management and Budget under control number 1513–0062)
[T.D. ATF–199, 50 FR 9162, Mar. 6, 1985, as amended at T.D. ATF–476, 67 FR 17939, Apr. 12, 2002; T.D. TTB–140, 81 FR 59456, Aug. 30, 2016]