What Are Mis-Landed and Over-Landed Inbound Goods?

Over-landed goods refer to the goods not included into the manifest of imported cargoes and the waybill, or the goods beyond the quantities of goods provided in the manifest of imported cargoes, bill of lading and waybill. However, the excessive imported goods within the proportion for over-landed and short-landed goods under the over-landing and short-landing terms listed in the import contract of international trade administration are not within the scope. Only the goods with the quantity larger than the proportion specified in the over-landing and short-landing terms in the contract will be considered as over-landed inbound goods. 

Mis-landed inbound goods refer to the goods supposed to be shipped to overseas ports, stations or other domestic ports/stations but unloaded at this port (station) instead.

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