bill of sight definition

  • noun:
    • a kind of entry in the customhouse, through which goods, respecting which the importer isn't possessed of full information, might be provisionally landed for examination.
    • a type of entry during the customhouse, where items, respecting which the importer isn't possessed of full information, can be provisionally landed for assessment.
    • a type of entry during the customhouse, where items, respecting which the importer is not possessed of complete information, may be provisionally landed for evaluation.
    • a kind of entry at customhouse, by which goods, respecting that the importer is not possessed of complete information, might be provisionally landed for evaluation.
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