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Examination is carried out after the declaration of goods has been accepted and duties have been collected. Goods for examination must be produced by the importer or the importer's agent at prescribed places during the normal working hours. If an importer or the importer's agent request his/her goods to examined outsite the normal working hours, he/she has to pay overtime fees to Customs.
Examination is carried out in the presence of the importer or the importer's agent.
He/she will be responsible for opening, weighting, sorting and marking of goods and all other necessary operations as directed by the Customs Officer.
Examination is carried out to the satisfaction of the Customs Officer. He/she may, as his/her duty requires, take samples of any goods or cause such goods to be detained.