in bond
in bond
Stored under charge of customs until importer pays duty. (Dictionary of Canadian Bankruptcy Terms)

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  • in bond — ➔ bond * * * in bond ► TAX used to describe goods that have been imported and are being kept in a bonded warehouse until tax has been paid: » They will be required to pay the duties upon their goods in bond. → See also …   Financial and business terms

  • In Bond — can refer to: *Bottled in bond When American made whiskeys are made to certain quality. *Wines in bond Under UK law, wines in bond are wines that must be stored in a bonded warehouse approved by HM Customs Excise …   Wikipedia

  • in-bond — /inˈbond/ adjective (of goods, raw materials, etc) not subject to import/export duties, held in bond ORIGIN: ↑in (1) • • • in bond shop noun (W Indies) A duty free shop …   Useful english dictionary

  • In bond — (engl.), unter Zollverschluß, s. Bond …   Meyers Großes Konversations-Lexikon

  • in bond — ► in bond (of dutiable goods) stored by customs until duty is paid by the importer. Main Entry: ↑bond …   English terms dictionary

  • in bond — <engl. ; »unter Zollverschluss«> unverzollt, aber unter Zollaufsicht stehend (von gelagerten Waren; Wirtsch.) …   Das große Fremdwörterbuch

  • in bond — in bọnd [engl., zu: bond = Band, Fessel] (Wirtsch.): unter Zollverschluss …   Universal-Lexikon

  • in bond — (of dutiable goods) stored in a bonded warehouse. → bond …   English new terms dictionary

  • in bond — Delivery terms for goods that are available for immediate delivery but are held in a bonded warehouse The buyer has to pay the cost of any Customs duty due, the cost of loading from the warehouse, and any further on carriage costs …   Big dictionary of business and management

  • in-bond shop — noun (W Indies) A duty free shop • • • Main Entry: ↑in bond …   Useful english dictionary

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