Customs territory is the part of the scope in which a tariff and bans of an economic nature system apply to imports and exports.
General customs territory is the one in which the general tariff system and bans of an economic nature on imports and exports are applicable.
Special customs territory or special customs area is the one in which a special tariff system and prohibitions of an economic nature apply to imports and exports.
It does not constitute a customs territory, neither general nor special:
a) the Argentine territorial sea and international rivers
b) free areas;
c) the enclaves;
d) the airspaces corresponding to the areas referred to the preceding paragraphs;
e) the national submarine bed and subsoil. In these areas.
Exclave is the area subject to the sovereignty of another State, in which, by virtue of an international agreement, the application of national customs legislation is allowed.
Enclave is the domain, subject to the sovereignty of the Argentine Nation, in which, by virtue of an international agreement, the application of the customs legislation of another State is allowed.
The primary customs area is that part of the customs territory authorized for the execution of customs operations or affected to the control thereof, which governs special rules for the movement of persons and the movement and disposition of the merchandise.
The primary customs area comprises, in particular:
a) the premises, facilities, warehouses, squares and other places where customs operations are carried out or customs control is exercised;
b) ports, docks, berths, airports and border crossings;
c) the water mirrors of the roads and harbors adjacent to the spaces listed in subparagraphs a) and b) of this article;
d) the other places that perform a function similar to those mentioned in subparagraphs a), b) and c) of this article, which determine the regulation;
e) the air spaces corresponding to the places mentioned in the preceding paragraphs.
The customs territory, excluding the primary zone, constitutes a secondary customs area.
Special surveillance zone is the strip of the customs secondary zone subject to special control provisions, which extends:
a) at the land borders of the customs territory, between the border of the customs territory and a parallel internal line drawn at a distance to be determined by regulation;
b) at the water borders of customs territory, between the coast of this and a parallel internal line drawn at a distance to be determined by regulation;
c) between the banks of international and national international navigation rivers and a parallel internal line drawn at a distance to be determined by regulation;
d) in the entire course of the national rivers of international navigation;
e) to the airspaces corresponding to the places mentioned in the preceding paragraphs.
In subparagraphs a), b) and c) of section 1, the distance to be determined may not exceed one hundred kilometers from the correspondent limit.
Unless expressly provided otherwise, the enclaves established in favor of the Nation and their corresponding spaces airs constitute special surveillance zone, as long as they do not integrate the primary customs area.
Customs maritime zone is the fringe of the Argentine territorial sea and part of the international rivers subject to the sovereignty of the Argentine Nation, including its airspace, which is subject to special control provisions and which extends between the coast, measured from the line of the lowest tides, and an external line parallel to it, drawn at a distance that will be determined by regulation. The distance between these two lines, which make up the strip, may not exceed twenty kilometers.
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