Customs Consolidation Act, 1876

Bill of entry to be in duplicate.

65. Upon the entry of any goods, the importer, his agent, or the consignee of the ship, as the case may be, shall deliver two or more duplicates of the entry thereof, as the case may require, in which duplicates all sums and numbers may be expressed in figures; and the number of duplicates shall be such as the collector or other proper officer may require; and the importer or his agent shall produce to such officer, if required by him, the invoice, bills of lading, and other documents relating to the goods.