Pre-lodgement documentation check

The Anti-Dumping Commission provides a free-of-charge documentation check, prior to formal lodgement, to assist applicants to ensure that their applications meet the documentary requirements.

Further information on this service is available in Pre lodgement documentation check guidelines (Dec 2015).

How do I lodge an application?

Applications must be submitted in writing, using the approved form. Applications must be received by the Anti-Dumping Commission within 60 days of the date of publication of the notice advising of the pending expiry of the measures.

An application, together with the required supporting evidence, should preferably be lodged by email. Alternatively, the application can be lodged by post or fax.

A non-confidential version of an application must be provided for the Public Record.


Information on how to make a submission to the Anti-Dumping Commission can be found here.


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