Customs and Border Protection (CBP) has officially changed the platform on which they deliver Official Notices of Extension, Suspension and Liquidation. While historically these notices have been printed and mailed or posted in customshouses, CBP now publishes this archive digitally – promising daily updates as liquidations are processed.
To access this free archive, visit https://bulletin-notice.cbp.dhs.gov/LBNotice#.
Per the CBP’s Bulletin Notice site:
“The Official Notice of Extension, Suspension and Liquidation provides public notice for liquidation actions for entry summaries filed with Customs Border Protection (CBP). The information contained in the Official Notice of Extension, Suspension and Liquidation is available full-time, less scheduled maintenance windows, and is provided free of charge. This notice is in accordance with 19 CFR 159 and in compliance with the disclosures required per CBP Form 4333.
The Official Notice of Extension, Suspension and Liquidation data are updated daily and is current as of the current date. Entries for manually posted liquidations are updated throughout the day as soon as possible and will usually appear within 90 minutes after the liquidations have been processed. Under 19 U.S.C. 1514, a liquidation is final and conclusive on all persons unless a protest is filed within 180 days of the date of liquidation, the date of reliquidation, or the date of a liquidation by operation of law.
The Official Notice of Extension, Suspension and Liquidation data are available beginning as of January 14, 2017 and will be archived for 15 months.
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