26 U.S. Code § 1059A - Limitation on taxpayer’s basis or inventory cost in property imported from related persons
The term “customs value” means the value taken into account for purposes of determining the amount of any customs duties or any other duties which may be imposed on the importation of any property.
Except as provided in regulations, the term “import” means the entering, or withdrawal from warehouse, for consumption.
Written determinations for this section
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- Upwards Adjustments to Customs Value : 2010-10-29
- Capitalization of Costs : 2000-09-08
- Limitation on Taxpayer's Basis or Inventory Cost in Property Imported From Related Persons : 2000-09-08
- Finality of Customs Values : 2000-09-08
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