Customs Act Third Schedule (List of Conditional Duty Exemptions)
House of Representatives - 1st Session - 6th Republican Parliament
WHEREAS it is provided by section 56(1) of the Customs Act that the House of Representatives may from time to time by Resolution exempt from import duties of customs, goods, which are imported or entered into Trinidad and Tobago for use by any person for any purpose specified in the Resolution for such period as the House of Representatives may determine:
AND WHEREAS the Resolution of the Legislative Council dated December 21, 1959, providing that certain classes of goods would be exempt from import duty was from time to time extended by further Resolution of the Senate and the House of Representatives:
AND WHEREAS by Legal Notice No. 235 dated December 19, 1994 the last Resolution in respect of the goods identified below came into effect on January 1, 1995 and expired on December 31, 2000:
AND WHEREAS it is expedient that certain goods be exempt from import duties of customs as of January 1, 2001:
BE IT RESOLVED that the House of Representatives, in accordance with and subject to the provisions of section 56 of the Customs Act, exempt from import duties of customs the classes of goods imported or entered for use in Trinidad and Tobago for the respective purposes set out in the List of Conditional Duty Exemptions given in the Third Schedule to the Customs Act, for the period beginning immediately after the expiration of the last such Resolution of Parliament and ending December 31, 2001.
(By the Minister of Enterprise Development, Foreign Affairs and Tourism)