With regard to overtime goods under paragraph one (1), the Director-General shall prescribe the rules, procedure and period for expediting the execution of the official powers and duties under this section, taking into account the dangers that may subsequently happen.
Section 62.62 The Director-General may order the disposition of or destruction of perishable goods which have not been cleared by the submission of a complete entry and which show clear signs of putrefaction at any time at the expenses of an importer or an agent of the vessel.
Section 63.63 The proceeds of any sale under section 61 shall be first chargeable on the duty, storage costs, removal costs or other charges due to the Customs Department, and the balance shall be available for the payment of any appropriate charges due to the agent of the importing vessel. Any balance remaining after such deductions shall become the property of the State unless a claim is made by the owner of the goods within six months from the date of sale.
Section 63 bis.64 In the case of overtime goods which are waste products and which may be hazardous or dangerous to human beings, animals, plants, property, or the environment, if the facts appear to the Director-General that the master of the importing vessel colluded in the importation of such waste products or the master of the vessel cannot prove his full effort in the search for such waste products or prevent their importation to discard as overtime goods, in addition to the penalty imposed by law, the Director-General has the power to order the person in charge of any or all ports or airport located in the country to immediately re-export the waste products by the agent of the importing vessel or prohibit the use of port or airport and their facilities by the importing vessel or all other vessels belonging to the owner of such importing vessel for a period of time prescribed in accordance with the severity of the offence.
Section 64. All trade by sea from one part of the Kingdom to any other part thereof shall be deemed to be coasting trade, and all vessels while employed in such trade shall be deemed to be coasting vessels.
Section 65. Any vessel arriving from foreign regions and calls at a port or place in the Kingdom on her way to another port or place within the Kingdom and any vessel proceeding from one port or place in the Kingdom to another port or place on her outbound voyage to foreign regions shall in so far as the trade journey within the coastal limits is concerned be subject to the laws
and regulations on coasting trade. In respect of any traffic or goods connected with foreign regions the laws and regulations relating to foreign trade shall apply.
Section 66.66 Any coasting vessel which loads or unloads goods outside harbour limits at sea or outside the territorial waters of the Kingdom, or if any coasting vessel calls at any place outside the territorial waters or deviate from her voyage, in the absence of any compulsion by an unforeseeable circumstance, or if the master of any coasting vessel which has called at any place outside the boundary of the Kingdom does not declare such events in writing to the competent official at the first port of arrival in the Kingdom immediately upon arrival, the master of such vessel shall be liable to a fine not exceeding one hundred thousand Bath.
Section 67. Before loading any goods intended for carriage along the coast onto any vessel which will, or might, first proceed along the coast before heading to foreign regions, a manifest shall be submitted in the prescribed form (Schedule 10), and if any amount of duty is levied on such goods upon exportation, the full amount of such duty shall be deposited at the port of clearance. Such deposit may be returned upon production of the correct certificate to the competent official (Schedule 10 (a)) within two months as from the date of clearance, indicating that the goods have landed within the boundary of the Kingdom.
Section 68.67 Before the departure of any coasting vessel from a port or place of loading or discharge, two copies of an account in the form prescribed in Schedule 11, signed by the master of the vessel, furnishing the prescribed particulars of the vessel and goods, shall be delivered to the competent official who shall retain a duplicate and return the original, dated and signed by him. Such account may be deemed as a goods clearance certificate and the vessel’s clearance certificate. A clearance fee shall be charged in accordance with the scale as prescribed by the Minister in the Ministerial Regulations for every port specified in the said Schedule. If any coasting vessel departs from any place without such clearance certificate, or if such certificate is not produced within twenty-four hours after the arrival of the vessel at a port and before the commencement of the discharge of the goods, the master of the vessel shall be liable to a fine not exceeding fifty thousand Bath.
Section 69.68 When the Director-General considers it appropriate to issue a general goods clearance certificate for any vessel trading regularly between ports within the boundaries of the Kingdom under the conditions that a proper account of the goods carried shall be submitted to the competent official consistent with the procedure for every voyage, and that a notice in the form prescribed in Schedule 12 shall be delivered to the competent official at the port of departure before the vessel departs, and a notice as prescribed in the same Schedule shall be furnished to the competent official at the port of arrival within twenty-four hours of the arrival of the vessel and before the commencement of the discharge of the goods. Such general goods clearance certificate may be revoked at any time by written notice. If the holder of a general goods clearance certificate fails to furnish an account of the goods and the notices referred to in this section, the master shall be liable to the penalty provided in section 68.
A vessel clearance fee shall be charged in accordance with the scale prescribed by the Minister in the Ministerial Regulations in respect of vessels sailing under a general clearance certificate for every port specified in the said Schedule for which a schedule of arrival or departure under this section shall be submitted, and at the same rates chargeable on vessels for which no general clearance certificate has been issued but the Director-General may accept deposits from which the total balance due shall be deducted semi-annually.
Section 70.69 If any goods liable to internal duties or restricted goods carried on board any coasting vessel are unloaded from the vessel without the permission of the competent official, the master of the vessel shall be liable to a fine not exceeding fifty thousand Bath.
Section 71. The master of every coasting vessel shall keep or cause to be kept on board a manifest to record the full particulars of each voyage, viz. the nature and quantity of the goods, the date and port of departure, the date and port of arrival and discharge, the name of the master, and any other particulars which may be necessary in any particular case, and when demanded by a competent official, the master shall produce the manifest for inspection and the competent official shall have the power to make any note or remarks in such manifest.
Section 72.71 The Director-General may designate outer anchorages for the Port of Bangkok or any other port for
vessels to discharge and load all or any part of the goods and may prescribe the times when such outer anchorages may be used and issue rules for the supervision and control of such outer anchorages by customs officials. If any person commits or is involved in the commission of an offence under these rules or attempts or is involved in an attempt to commit an offence under these rules, such person shall be liable to a fine not exceeding one hundred thousand Bath, but his liability under this section shall not absolve him from liability under any other provisions of this Act or any other law.
Section 73. Vessels moored or in the process of loading or discharging goods at an outer anchorage and all persons connected therewith shall be liable to the liability and serve the penalties under this Act or other provisions of law as if they were within the ordinary limits of the port.
                  
62. As amended by section 14 of the Customs Act (No. 19), B.E. 2548 (2005).
63. As amended by article 11of the Announcement of the National Executive Council No. 329 dated 13th December B.E. 2515 (1972).
64. As added by section 5 of the Customs Act (No. 14), B.E. 2534 (1991).
65. This chapter shall not apply for Air Traffic according to section 11 of the Customs Act (No.8), B.E. 2480 (1937).
66. As amended by section 4 of the Customs Act (No.19), B.E.2548 (2005).
67. As amended by section 7 of the Customs Act Amendment (No. 3), B.E. 2473 (1930), amended by section 4 of the Customs Act (No. 10), B.E. 2483 (1940) and amended by section 4 of the Customs Act (No. 19), B.E. 2548 (2005).
68. As amended by section 7 of the Customs Act Amendment (No. 3), B.E. 2474 (1931) and amended by section 4 of the Customs Act (No. 10), B.E. 2483 (1940).
69. As amended by section 4 of the Customs Act (No.19), B.E.2548 (2005).
70. This chapter shall not apply for Air Traffic according to section 11 of the Customs Act (No.8), B.E. 2480 (1937).
71. As amended by section 4 of the Customs Act (No.19), B.E.2548 (2005).