The Customs Convention On The Temporary Importation Of Packings, Importation Of Goods To The Issuance

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29/1964.



DECREE



Minister of Foreign Affairs



dated January 8, 1964



the Customs Convention on the temporary importation of packings, the Customs Convention on the facilitation of imports

goods intended for display or for use at exhibitions, fairs,

meetings or similar events, and the Customs Convention on the temporary

the import of equipment needed for the exercise of the profession of



January 6. October 1960 in Brussels was agreed on the Customs Convention on the temporary

imports of packaging.



On 4 April 2006. May 1962 she was the Secretary-General of the Council for customs

cooperation in Brussels handed over the instrument of accession

The Czechoslovak Socialist Republic to the Convention. According to their

Article 16, paragraph 1 of the Convention for the Czechoslovak

Socialist Republic of Vietnam in force on 5. August 1962.



On 8 June 1998. June 1961 in Brussels have been negotiated: the Customs Convention on the facilitation of

importation of goods for display or use at exhibitions, to

fairs, meetings or similar events; Customs Convention on the

the temporary importation of the equipment needed for the exercise of the profession.



Customs Convention were for the Czechoslovak Socialist Republic signed

without reservation of ratification on 28. March 1962.



Customs Convention to facilitate the importation of goods for display or to

use at exhibitions, fairs, meetings or similar

events entered, according to article 19, paragraph 1, in force on

July 13, 1962, and that date is also entered into force for

The Czechoslovak Socialist Republic.



Customs Convention on the temporary importation of professional equipment

entered, according to article 16, paragraph 1, including annexes A, B, C in

into force on 1 May 2004. July 1963 and this day entered into force also

for the Czechoslovak Socialist Republic.



Czech translation of the conventions shall be designated at the same time.



David v.r.



CUSTOMS CONVENTION



on the temporary importation of packings



The preamble to the



The Government,



signing this Convention, which brought together under the auspices of the Council for customs

cooperation and the Contracting Parties to the General Agreement on tariffs and trade,



starting from the proposals submitted by the representatives of the international trade

wish to extend the system of temporary import, bezcelného



Desiring to facilitate international trade and



convinced that the adoption of general rules on the temporary bezcelném

imports of packaging will bring substantial benefits to international trade,



have agreed as follows:



Chapter I



The definition of the



Article 1



For the purposes of this Convention:



and) under the term "covers" all items in the State in which they are

imported, used or intended to be used as a packaging; they are, in particular:



I) packaging used or intended for use for the inner or outer packaging

the goods,



II) objects, on which the goods are or are to be wound, composed or

fitted; excluded from this are the packing materials as straw, paper, glass

fibres, shavings, etc., which are imported in bulk; excluded are

also transport equipment, especially the "containers" in the sense, as

This expression is defined in article 1 (b). (b)) of the Customs Convention on containers

done at Geneva on 18. May 1956;



(b)), the term "import duties" means customs duties and all other

fees and taxes levied on importation or in connection with importation, as well as

and all the akcizové fees and internal charges to imported

goods but not including fees and taxes, which are limited in amount

approximate cost of the services provided, do not provide an indirect protection

domestic products and do not represent the charges applicable to the fiscal

character;



(c)), the term "temporary admission" temporary admission of goods exempt from

import taxes, and imports, which are not subject to import prohibitions and

restrictions on re-export;



(d)), the term "full packages ' packaging used with other goods;



(e)), the term "goods contained in the packaging of goods which the packaging

filled;



(f)), the term "persons" natural and legal persons.



Chapter II



The scope of the



Article 2



Temporary importation is permitted for packaging that may be re-exported

identified and if:



and when imported) full, of them claimed that they will again

is to be exported empty or full;



(b)) if imported empty, they claimed that they will again

exported full;

in both of these cases, it must be done by a person, the re-export of that

temporary importation was authorized.



Article 3



This Convention shall in any way affect the provisions of the Contracting Parties

apply to the storage of import taxes on goods contained in the packaging.



Chapter III



Special provisions



Article 4



Each Contracting Party undertakes that in all cases where it will be

be considered as possible will not waive the lodging of a security in respect of the

commitment that the packaging will be exported again.



Article 5



Regards export packaging, for which he was granted temporary admission, shall be

carried out within six months after the importation, as far as the packaging

imported full, and within three months, when it comes to packaging, which were imported

blank. In justified cases, the Customs authorities of the importing country in the

the limits of the legislation these periods may be extended.



Article 6



Regards export packaging, for which he was granted temporary admission, may be

carried out at once or in several shipments to any country and through

any Customs office responsible for carrying out such action, taking

does not require that this Office was identical with the Customs Office, through which it has been

the goods are imported.



Article 7



Packaging, for which he was granted temporary admission cannot be or

occasionally used within the country of importation with the exception of use in order to

the export of goods. Imported full packaging applies only from the

When they were emptied.



Article 8



(1) Notwithstanding the obligation to re-export within the meaning of this Convention will not appear in

accident duly proven to require re-export greatly damaged

packaging, provided that such packaging according to the requirement of Customs offices:



and) subject to import charges, which generally are subject to; or



(b)) free of charge for the benefit of the State Treasury are disposed of in the country of temporary

imports; or



c) are destroyed, under official supervision, without giving rise to the expenses of the State

the box office of the country of temporary importation.



(2) If a temporarily imported containers will not be able to be re-exported

as a result of the seizure, and that the seizure was done at the request of

private persons, the obligation to re-export for seizure in peace.



Chapter IV



Miscellaneous provisions



Article 9



Any infringement of this Convention and any substitution, false declaration or

action to ensure that any person or goods have been covered

unduly benefits provided by this Convention, exposing the perpetrators

the penalty under the laws of the country in which the offence was committed, or

the payment of fees that are otherwise required at importation.



Article 10



The provisions of this Convention shall not prevent the storage of restrictions and checks

According to national rules having regard to the requirements of public morality,

public safety, hygiene, and health or with respect to

veterinary or fotopatologické interests.



Article 11



For the purposes of this Convention, the territories of Contracting Parties which form a customs or

Economic Union can be considered as a single territory.



Article 12



The provisions of this Convention, determine the minimum credits to be provided

and does not prevent the introduction of larger facilities that provide or are likely to in

the future provide a Contracting Party on the basis of its regulations

or on the basis of bilateral or multilateral agreements.



Chapter V



Final provisions



Article 13



(1) the Contracting Parties shall meet whenever necessary, to assess the

the implementation of this Convention and, in particular, to ensure the uniform interpretation and

implementation.



(2) the meeting shall be convened by the Secretary-General of the Customs Cooperation Council

at the request of any Contracting Party; If the Contracting Parties have not reached a

otherwise, these meetings will be held at the headquarters of the Customs Cooperation Council.

Rules of procedure for such meetings will be determined by the parties.



(3) the decision of the Contracting Parties shall be taken by at least a two-thirds

a majority of Parties present and voting.



(4) the Contracting Parties may not make valid decisions, if not

majority.



Article 14



(1) any dispute between Contracting Parties concerning the interpretation or

the implementation of this Convention, shall be adjusted, if possible, by way of direct

negotiations between the interested parties.



(2) disputes that are not resolved by negotiation, the parties in the

the dispute submitted to the Contracting Parties, which shall review it and take

recommendations for its settlement.



(3) the parties to the dispute may agree in advance to accept the recommendations

Of the Contracting Parties as binding.



Article 15



(1) a party to this Convention, the Government of each Member State may

the State of the Customs Cooperation Council and the Government of each Member State

The United Nations or its specialized agencies:



and the signing of the Convention) without reservation of ratification,



(b) the ratification of the Convention) after signing it subject to ratification, or



(c)) access to the Convention.



(2) this Convention shall be open for signature by the Governments of the States referred to in

paragraph 1 of this article, until 31 December 2006. March 1961 at the headquarters of the Council for customs

cooperation in Brussels. After this date, they will be open for access.



(3) in the case referred to in paragraph 1 (b). (b)) this article shall be subject to

Approval in accordance with the constitutional rules of the Convention States that the Convention


signed up.



(4) the Government of a State which is not a member of the organizations referred to in paragraph 1

This article, which will be sent at the request of the parties to the invitation

The Secretary-General of the Customs Cooperation Council, may become a Contracting

party to this Convention approach after this Convention enters into force.



(5) the instrument of ratification or instrument of accession shall be deposited with

The Secretary-General of the Customs Cooperation Council.



Article 16



(1) this Convention shall enter into force three months after five States it

referred to in paragraph 1 of article 15 of this Convention has signed without reservation

of ratification or has deposited its instrument of ratification or instrument of accession.



(2) for each State, which will ratify the Convention or accedes thereto

then, when it's 5 States have signed it without reservation of ratification or have deposited

instrument of ratification or instrument of accession, this Convention shall enter in the

force three months after the deposit of its instrument of ratification or instrument of

access.



Article 17



(1) this Convention is concluded for an unlimited period of time. Each Contracting Party

However, you may cancel at any time after the date referred to in article 16 has entered into

force.



(2) the notice of termination shall be notified in writing by the Charter, which will be deposited with the

The Secretary-General of the Customs Cooperation Council.



(3) the denunciation shall take effect six months after receipt by the Secretary-General

The Customs Cooperation Council will receive the instrument of denunciation.



Article 18



(1) the Contracting Parties may recommend amendments to this Convention.



(2) the Text follows the recommended proposal for amendment shall be communicated by the Secretary

The Customs Cooperation Council to all Contracting Parties and to the Governments of all the other

the signatories or States that have acceded to the Convention, the Secretary-General of the

The United Nations and the Contracting Parties to the General Agreement on tariffs

and trade.



(3) any proposal for amendment that has been communicated under the preceding paragraph,

will be deemed to be accepted if no Contracting Party concerned does not

it within six months from the date on which the Secretary General of the Council for

the Customs Cooperation Council announced the proposal.



(4) the Secretary-General of the Customs Cooperation Council shall communicate it to all Contracting

Parties, whether it was uttered objections against the proposal for the amendment of the Convention;

If there is no opposition, the amendment shall enter into force for all Contracting Parties

three months after the expiry of the six-month period referred to in the preceding

paragraph.



(5) the Secretary-General of the Customs Cooperation Council shall notify all Contracting

Parties, signatories and other States which have acceded to the Convention,

The Secretary-General of the United Nations and to the Contracting Parties

The General Agreement on tariffs and trade, or considered amendments adopted by the

received.



(6) it is assumed that each Government ratifies this Convention or to

It accesses, adopted amendments which have entered into force to the time when

have been saved its instrument of ratification or instrument of accession.



Article 19



(1) any Government may, at the time of signature without reservation as to ratification, at the time of

at the time of ratification or accession or later make a Mormon out notice

addressed to the Secretary-General of the Customs Cooperation Council that this

The Convention applies to all the territories or to certain territories for whose

international relations responsibility; The Convention will apply to these

territories within three months after receipt by the Secretary-General of the Council for customs

cooperation receives this notification, but not before this Convention enters

for this the Government enters into force.



(2) every Government that has made a declaration under paragraph 1 of this

an article on extending the scope of the Convention to territories for whose

international relations, is responsible to the Secretary-General of the Council may been able to

the customs cooperation in accordance with the provisions of article. 17 of this Convention, that this

The Convention will continue to apply to that territory.



Article 20



(1) each party will be able to make a Mormon out at the time of signature, or

the ratification of this Convention or when acceding to that they feel

bound by article 2 of Convention just in terms of packaging, that were not imported in the

as a result of the purchase, purchase on instalments or similar contract

by a person established or having a registered office in its territory.



(2) any Contracting Party which has made a reservation in accordance with paragraph 1 of this

Article may at any time cancel this reservation by notification to the

The Secretary-General of the Customs Cooperation Council.



(3) no other reservation to this Convention is not přípustna.



Article 21



The Secretary-General of the Customs Cooperation Council will notify the signatories

and the States which have acceded to this Convention, Genegálnímu Secretary

The United Nations and the Contracting Parties to the General Agreement on tariffs

and trade:



a) signatures, ratifications and the approaches to the Convention pursuant to article 15;



(b)) the date when the entry into force of this Convention in accordance with article 16;



(c)) termination, notified in accordance with article 17;



(d) the entry into force of each amendment) in accordance with article 18;



e) notifications received under article 19;



f) declarations and notifications received in accordance with paragraphs 1 and 2 of article 20.



Article 22



This Convention shall be at the request of the Secretary-General of the Council for customs

cooperation registered in accordance with article 102 the Charter of the United

Nations in the United Nations Secretariat.



and in witness whereof, the undersigned) agents have signed this Convention.



II) Given in Brussels, 6th October tisícdevětsetšedesát in c

the French and English languages, both texts being equally authentic, in

a single copy which shall be deposited with the Secretary-General of the Council for the

the Customs Cooperation Council, which shall transmit certified copies to all the signatories and

States which have acceded to this Convention.



CUSTOMS CONVENTION



to facilitate the importation of goods for display or for use on

exhibitions, fairs, meetings or similar events



The preamble to the



States which have signed this Convention,



collected under the auspices of the Council of customs cooperation, radíce with

The United Nations Economic Commission for Europe (ECE) and the Educational,

Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO), the United Nations,



Bearing in mind the proposals brought by representatives of the international trade and

other interested parties,



Desiring to facilitate the issuance of goods at exhibitions, trade fairs,

meetings or other similar events, commercial, educational,

scientific, cultural or charitable nature,



in the belief that the adoption of general rules on Customs consultation

such goods would provide substantial benefits to international trade and

would enhance the international exchange of ideas and knowledge,



they agree on this:



Chapter I



The definition of the



Article 1.



For the purposes of this Convention:



and) the term "event" means:



1. commercial, industrial, agricultural or construction business,

fair or another similar show, or



2. an exhibition or meeting which is primarily organized for a charitable

purposes, or



3. an exhibition or meeting which is primarily organized to support all

the kind of knowledge, art, business, sport or scientific, educational or

cultural activities and friendship between peoples, or to incite

religious knowledge or worship, or



4. the meeting of the representatives of any international organization or

the international group of organizations, or



5. the representačního meeting of the official or commemorative character, excluding exhibitions

organized for private purposes in shops or business

rooms with a view to the sale of foreign goods,



(b)) the term "import duties" means Customs and other fees and taxes levied

When on or in connection with importation, and includes all of the national

taxes and excise taxes paid from the imported goods, but does not include

fees and charges which are limited in amount to the approximate cost

of the services provided and does not represent the indirect support of domestic products

or a taxation of imports for fiscal purposes,



(c)) the term "temporary relief" means the temporary importation free of

import taxes and import prohibitions and restrictions, intended to reverse

exports,



(d) the expression "the Board") means the organization established Convention on the establishment of the Council

Customs cooperation signed on 15 December. December 1950 in Brussels,



(e)) the term "person" means both natural and legal persons, unless the

another link from the text based.



Chapter II



Temporary exemption



Article 2.



(1) temporary exemption will be provided:



and the goods designated SLC) or demonstrations in any event,



(b) goods intended for use) in connection with the issuance of foreign

products at an event, including:



I) goods essential to the purposes of the performing of foreign machinery or apparatus to

the issuance,



(ii)) for the construction and decoration material, including electrical equipment for

the temporary stands of foreign exhibitors,



III) advertising and demonstration material which is shown to be

promotional material for foreign exhibitors, for example. audio

records, films and slides, as well as instruments for their

the use,



c) facilities, including interpretation equipment, sound equipment, and

films of an educational, scientific or cultural character, intended for

use at international meetings, conferences or congresses.



(2) the benefits referred to in paragraph 1 of this article shall be authorised for the

provided that the



and goods will be eligible for) an identity card on reimportation,



(b)) number or quantity of identical items will be proportionate to the


the purpose of the importation,



(c) the Customs authorities of the country) of temporary importation shall be satisfied that the conditions

This Convention are complied with.



Article 3.



If so, will not allow the laws and regulations of the country of temporary importation of goods,

which is granted a temporary exemption, it must not be, if the

benefits provided by this Convention:



půjčováno or used) in any way for hire or for

the reward, or



(b) from the place of the event).



Article 4.



(1) goods, which are provided for temporary relief, will be exported

back to 6 months from the date of importation. The Customs authorities of the country of temporary importation

However, they may require having regard to the circumstances and particularly the duration and

nature of the event, the goods to be exported within a shorter period, which

However, it does, however, take at least one month after the end of the event.



(2) Notwithstanding the provisions of paragraph 1 of this article the Customs authorities

permit such items to be exhibited or used for

some later events remained in the country of temporary importation, subject to

compliance with the conditions that are required by the laws and regulations of this

country, provided that the goods will be re-exported within one year from the

date of import.



(3) the Customs authorities may, within the limits laid down by the laws and

legislation of the country of temporary importation to either allow a longer period than the

set out in paragraphs 1 and 2 of this article or to extend the initial

the time limit.



(4) If goods which has been granted a temporary exemption, the

re-exported due to seizure other than a seizure caused by

action of private persons, the requirement of re-exportation laid down in this

Article postponed for the duration of the confiscation.



Article 5.



(1) Notwithstanding the requirement of re-exportation laid down by this Convention,

you will not be required for re-exportation of badly damaged goods, goods of negligible

value and perishable goods, provided the goods according to the

the requirement of Customs offices:



and) are subjected to the import duties, which shall be subject to, or



(b)) will be abandoned without any expenses of the Treasury of the country to which it was

temporarily imported, or



(c)) will be destroyed, under official supervision, without any expenses of the Treasury of the country

temporarily imported.



(2) the goods to which it is granted a temporary exemption, may be

loaded other than to export them back, especially can be used for

home use, in accordance with the terms and conditions and the applicable regulations under the laws

and regulations of the country of temporary importation of goods are imported directly from the

abroad.



Chapter III



Remission of import duties



Article 6.



(1) if the reservation has not been reported to any of the goods of the goods according to the

the conditions of article 23 of this Convention, the import duty will be collected, will not be

prohibitions and restrictions applied to it, and if it was allowed a temporary

the exemption will not be required for re-exportation of the goods:



and) small samples, which represent foreign goods displayed at some

events, including samples of the food and beverages, either imported in the form of

samples or produced largely from imported materials when

some event, provided that



I) are supplied free from abroad and that are used exclusively

free distribution of visitors to the event, for private use, or

consumption of people whom were divided,



II) are proven as advertising samples of low unitary value,



III) not suitable for commercial purposes, and, where possible, packaged in

considerably smaller quantities than is the smallest retail packages,



IV) samples of the food and beverages that are not shipped in packages as

referred to in point (iii)), are consumed in the event and



in the aggregate value and quantity) the specimen is, in the opinion of the Customs authorities of the country of

imports, proportionate to the nature of the event, the number of visitors and to

vystavovatelovy range of participation.



(b) goods imported only) demonstrations, or for the purpose of performing activities

foreign machine or apparatus displayed at events and

consumed or destroyed during such demonstrations, provided that

the aggregate value and quantity of such goods are, in the opinion of the Customs authorities

the country imports, reasonable given the nature of the event, the number of visitors and

the scale of the vystavovatelovy participation.



(c) low-value Products used) in the construction, equipment, or the decoration of

temporary stands of foreign exhibitors at an event, for example. colors,

varnishes and wallpapers.



d) printed matter, catalogues, business reports, price lists, promotional leaflets,

the calendar, whether or not illustrated, unframed photographs

are proven to be advertising material issued on foreign goods

some event, provided that the



I) were delivered from abroad and will be distributed exclusively by free-free

visitors to the event, and



(ii) the aggregate value and quantity) of the goods is, in the opinion of the customs

the authorities of the importing country, reasonable given the nature of the event, the number of

visitors and the extent of the vystavovatelovy participation.



(2) the provisions of paragraph 1 of this article shall not apply to alcoholic beverages,

tobacco goods and fuels.



Article 7.



Documents, records, forms and other documents that have been imported

for use as such or in connection with international conventions,

conferences or congresses, will be exempt from import duties and

be exempted from any import prohibitions and restrictions.



Chapter IV



Simplification of customs formalities



8.



Each Party shall at a minimum customs formalities required in

connection with the benefits set out in this Convention. All regulations

concerning such formalities will be immediately made public.



Article 9.



(1) in cases where a Contracting Party requires a security in accordance with

the conditions governing the provision of the benefits provided for by the Convention,

the amount of such guarantee does not exceed the amount of the import duties on the required

more than 10%.



(2) the Contracting Parties shall endeavour to adopt, in all cases,

When possible, the assurance from the organiser or from some other event

persons approved by the Customs authorities instead of individual security that could

be required in accordance with paragraph 1 of this article.



Article 10.



(1) the customs inspection and control on importation and re-exportation of the goods that

It is to be or has been exposed to, or used in any event, be-

If possible, carried out at this event.



(2) each party will try in all cases where it will be

considered appropriate given the importance and scope of the event

the establishment of a Customs Office for a reasonable time directly in the rooms of the event

held on its territory.



(3) the goods to which it is granted a temporary exemption, may be exported

back in one or in several shipments over any Customs Office

responsible for such acts; such a re-exportation is not just limited to

the Customs Office of importation, excluding the cases when in order to use the simplified

control performs the re-export of goods by the importer through the import customs.



Chapter V



Miscellaneous provisions



Article 11.



Products obtained during occasional events from the temporarily imported goods

as a result of performing this machine or apparatus are

subject to the provisions of this Convention.



Article 12.



The provisions of this Convention provides only minimal relief, which can be

achieved, and shall not prevent the imposition of greater facilities which Contracting Parties a

permit or may in the future authorize unilateral provisions of

or on the basis of bilateral or multilateral agreements.



Article 13.



For the purposes of this Convention, the territories of Contracting Parties which form a customs or

Economic Union can be considered as a single territory.



Article 14.



The provisions of this Convention shall not preclude the application of:



and national or contractual provisions) not a customs nature,

governing the organisation of events,



b) Prohibitions or restrictions according to national laws and regulations relating to

public morality or order, public security, hygiene or health,

veterinary or fytopatologické protection or for the protection of patents,

trade marks and copyright.



Article 15.



Any violation of the provisions of this Convention, any confusion,

falsely declaring or performance that is causing that some person or goods

benefit unduly from the benefits provided by this Convention, the offender

responsible in the country where the offence was committed, the punishment prescribed

the laws and regulations of this country and to the payment of the imposed import duties.



Chapter VI



Final provisions



Article 16.



(1) the Contracting Parties shall meet, whenever necessary, to assess the

the implementation of this Convention and, in particular, to consider measures to ensure the

uniformity of interpretation and application of this Convention.



(2) such a meeting shall be convened at the request of the Secretary General of the Council of

any of the Contracting Parties. Unless the parties have agreed otherwise,

the session will be held at the headquarters of the Council.



(3) the Contracting Parties shall lay down the rules of procedure of the meeting. The decision of the

Of the parties to be adopted by a two thirds majority of no less than all

Of the Contracting Parties present and voting at the meeting.



(4) the Contracting Parties may not make decisions about some things, if not

more than half of the present.



Article 17.



(1) any dispute between Contracting Parties concerning the interpretation or


the implementation of this Convention will, if possible, settled by direct

negotiation between them.



(2) any dispute which is not settled by negotiation, the Parties shall submit to the

Svolaným to the Contracting Parties in accordance with article 16 of the Convention. The parties to the dispute

explore and adopt recommendations for its settlement.



(3) the Contracting Parties to the Dispute may agree in advance to accept the

recommendations of the Contracting Parties as binding.



Article 18.



(1) any State member of the Council, and the-any State-member of the United

Nations or its specialized agencies may stand parties

of this Convention:



a) by signing it without reservation of ratification,



(b) the documents of ratification) by saving after signing it subject to ratification,

or



c) accession to this Convention.



(2) this Convention shall be interpreted to 31. March 1962 for signature at the headquarters of

Council in Brussels, the States referred to in paragraph 1 of this article. It will then be

open for their access.



(3) in the case referred to in paragraph 1 (b). b) of this article, this Convention

shall be subject to ratification by the signing States in accordance with their respective constitutional

treatments.



(4) any State which is not a member of the organizations referred to in paragraph 1

of this article and which is, at the request of the Parties sent an invitation

General Secretary of the Council, may become a Contracting Party to this Convention

by acceding to this Convention after the Act came into effect.



(5) documents of ratification or accession shall be deposited with the

the Secretary of the Council.



Article 19.



(1) this Convention shall enter into force three months after five States

referred to in paragraph 1 of article 18 have signed it without reservation of ratification

or deposited their documents of ratification or accession.



(2) for the State ratifikující or acceding to this Convention after five

States have signed it without reservation of ratification or have deposited their papers on the

ratification or accession, this Convention shall enter into force three months

then, when the State deposited their documents of ratification or accession.



Article 20.



(1) this Convention shall be of unlimited duration, either party to it

However, pursuant to article 19 may, at any time after the date of its entry into force

to terminate.



(2) notice in writing lodged with the General instrument Announces

the Secretary of the Council.



(3) the denunciation shall take effect six months after receipt of the instrument of denunciation

Secretary General of the Council.



Article 21.



(1) the Contracting Parties in conformity with article 16 of this Convention may recommend

amendments to this Convention.



(2) the Text of all the proposals the following recommended delivers the Secretary General of the Council of

each of the parties, to all other States which have signed the Convention or

acceded to the General Secretary of the United Nations and UNESCO.



(3) within a period of six months from the date on which the recommended amendment

delivered, any Contracting Party may inform The Secretary of the Council:



and that it has an objection to) doporučovanému the proposal, or



(b)) that, although it intends to accept the recommended proposal, not even in her

country conditions necessary for the adoption of such comments.



(4) If a Contracting Party to the General served in the Secretary of the Council of the report of the

in accordance with paragraph 3 (b). b) of this article may, if yet to realize

General Secretary of its acceptance of the recommended draft, submit

the objections to this proposal within nine months following the expiry of the

the six-month period referred to in paragraph 3 of this article.



(5) when administered to doporučovanému design in conformity with

conditions laid down in paragraphs 3 and 4 of this article, the proposal will not be considered

been adopted and enter into force.



(6) if they are not raised objections to the proposal referred to in paragraph 3 served

and 4 of this article, the proposal will be considered to be received by the dates below

referred to:



a) If no Contracting Party did not send back a report referred to in paragraph 3

(a). b) of this article, after the expiry of the six-month period referred to in

paragraph 3,



(b)) If a Contracting Party sends the message in accordance with paragraph 3 (b).

b) of this article, in coming from these two terms:



I) the day on which all the Contracting Parties which have sent such a message,

to notify the Secretary of the Council of its acceptance of the recommended

the proposal, provided that all the acceptances were notified before the expiry of

the six-month period referred to in paragraph 3 of this article, it will be treated as

the date of expiry of the said six-month period,



(ii) the expiry of the nine-month period) the date referred to in paragraph 4 of this

article.



(7) any proposal considered to be adopted shall enter into force six months after the

the date on which it is deemed to be accepted.



(8) the Secretary General of the Council shall, if possible, as soon as possible, all

Contracting Parties of the objections to the proposal made under paragraph doporučovanému

3 (b). and for all messages) and received in accordance with paragraph 3 (b). (b))

This article. Additionally inform all the Contracting Parties whether the Contracting

party or parties which have sent such a message, have raised objections to the

doporučovanému design or adopt him.



(9) for each State ratifikujícího or acceding to this Convention,

It considers that agrees with all additional proposals to the Convention, which

entered into force on the deposit of evidence of ratification or accession.



Article 22.



(1) any State may, at the time of signing this Convention without reservation of ratification

or accession, or at any time thereafter, declare in nótě sent

The General Secretary of the Council, that this Convention shall extend to all or

on any of the territories for whose international relations it is responsible and the Convention

extend to the territories listed in nótě three months after the date of receipt of the

This notification, the Secretary General of the Council, but not before

The Convention enters into force in that State.



(2) any State which has made a declaration in accordance with paragraph 1 of this article,

which extends the Convention to territories for whose international relations it is

responsible, may notify the Secretary of the Council, in conformity with the

the provisions of article 20 of this Convention, that the territory in question will no longer be

Use this Convention.



Article 23.



(1) any State may declare at the time of signature, ratification or accession,

to this Convention, or to notify the Bureau of the Council after he became

Contracting Party to the Convention, that it does not consider itself bound by the provisions of article 6,

paragraph 1 (b). and) of this Convention. In this Declaration and notification is

need to bring certain items, for which the reservation is made. Notification

addressed to the General Secretary shall enter into force on the 90th day after the

receipt of the General Secretary.



(2) If a Contracting Party to the said reservation referred to in paragraph 1

This article, the other Contracting Parties shall not be bound in contact with this

Contracting Party article 6 (1). 1 (b). and this Convention) with regard to the

the goods referred to in the reservation.



(3) each Contracting Party that has expressed a reservation provided for in paragraph

1 of this article may at any time withdraw such reservation by notifying the

The General Secretary of the Council.



(4) other reservation to this Convention is not permitted.



Of article 24.



The Secretary General of the Council shall notify all the Contracting Parties, other

signer and the acceding States, the Secretary of the United

Nations and UNESCO:



a) signatures, ratifications and accessions in accordance with article 18 of this Convention,



(b)) the effective date of this Convention in accordance with article 19,



(c)), and the Declaration referred to in article 20,



d) all proposals considered to be adopted in conformity with article 21 and the date

entry into force of these comments,



e) declarations and notifications received under article 22,



f) declarations and notifications made in accordance with article 23, paragraph 1 and 3

and the date on which the reservation or withdrawal of the reservations to enter into force.



Article 25.



In accordance with article 102 of the Charter of the United Nations will be at the request of

the Secretary of the Council, this Convention registered with the Secretariat of the United

Nations.



In witness whereof, the undersigned, agents have signed this Convention.



Done at Brussels, 8. day of the month of June

tisícíhodevítistéhošedesátéhoprvého in English and French,

both texts being equally authentic, in one original, which will be

deposited with the Secretary of the Council who shall transmit certified copies to all

the States referred to in article 18, paragraph 1, of this Convention.



CUSTOMS CONVENTION



on the temporary importation of equipment needed for the profession



The preamble to the



States which have signed this Convention,



collected under the auspices of the Council of customs cooperation and of the Contracting Parties

The General Agreement on tariffs and trade (GATT), radíce with Organisations

The United Nations Educational, scientific and education (UNESCO)



Bearing in mind the proposals brought by representatives of the international trade and

the other leads to the enlargement of the bezcelnosti when the temporary importation,



in the belief that the adoption of general rules on the temporary bezcelném

the import of equipment needed for the profession would facilitate international

the exchange of professional knowledge and techniques,



have agreed as follows:



Chapter I



The definition of the



Article 1.



For the purposes of this Convention:



and) the term "import duties" means Customs and other fees and taxes levied

in or in connection with importation and includes all national taxes and

consumer fees paid out of imported goods, but does not include fees

and the benefits are limited to the approximate cost provided above


services and do not constitute an indirect support to domestic products or a taxation

imports for fiscal purposes;



(b)) the term "temporary relief" means the temporary importation, free of

import taxes and import prohibitions and restrictions, intended to reverse

export;



(c) the expression "the Board") means the organization established Convention on the establishment of the Council

Customs cooperation signed in Brussels on 15 May. December 1950;



(d)) the term "person" means both natural and legal persons, unless the

another link from the text based.



Chapter II



Temporary exemption



Article 2.



Each Contracting Party bound by any annex to this Convention shall provide

for temporary relief device referred to in the annex, while maintaining the

the conditions listed in article 1 to 22 and in the said Annex. The expression

"equipment" includes also all relevant auxiliary

parts accessories.



Article 3.



In cases where a Contracting Party requires a security in accordance with the terms of

concerning the temporary exemption, the amount of such guarantee does not

exceed the amount of the import duty of prescribed more than 10%.



Article 4.



The device, which is provided for temporary relief, will be exported

back within six months from the date of importation. From valid reasons, the customs

authorities, within the limits laid down in the laws and regulations of the country of temporary importation,

either provide a longer period or to extend the initial.



Article 5 ...



The device, which is granted a temporary exemption, may be exported

back in one or in several shipments to any country through

any Customs Office competent for such operations; such a re-exportation

It will not be just limited to import customs office.



Article 6.



(1) Notwithstanding the requirement of export provided for in this Convention,

export all or just part of the heavily damaged goods and equipment will not be

required, if there is an accident, which will be duly authenticated and under

provided, that, according to decision of customs authorities



and) shall be subjected to import duty, which is subject to; or



(b)) are abandoned without any expenses of the Treasury of the country to which it was

temporarily imported;



(c)) is destroyed, under official supervision without any expenses of the Treasury of the country

temporarily imported.



(2) cannot be exported back to the whole or part of a device which has been

allowed for temporary relief, as a result of confiscation, other than

caused by the action of private persons, the obligation to re-export

postponed for the duration of the confiscation.



Article 7 ...



Spare parts imported temporarily for repair of the exempted device

They also provided the advantages provided for by this Convention.



Chapter III



Miscellaneous provisions



Article 8.



For the implementation of this Convention, of an annex or annexes applicable to any

Contracting Party, this annex or annexes are considered

an integral part of the Convention; with respect to that Contracting Party, any

appeal to the Convention shall also apply to this annex or annexes.



Article 9.



The provisions of this Convention provides only minimal relief, which can be

achieved. Shall not prevent the application of greater facilities which Contracting Parties a

provide or may provide in the future by unilateral provisions of

or on the basis of bilateral or multilateral agreements.



Article 10.



For the purposes of this Convention, the territories of Contracting Parties which form a customs or

Economic Union can be considered as a single territory.



Article 11.



The provisions of this Convention shall not preclude the application of the prohibitions and restrictions referred to in

national laws and regulations relating to public morality or order,

public security, hygiene or health, veterinary or

fytopatologické protection or for the protection of patents, trade marks and

copyright law.



Article 12.



Any violation of the provisions of this Convention, any confusion,

falsely declaring or performance that is causing that some person or goods

benefit unduly from the benefits provided by this Convention, the offender

responsible in the country where the offence was committed, the punishment prescribed

the laws and regulations of this country and to the payment of the imposed import duties.



Chapter IV



Final provisions



Article 13.



(1) the Contracting Parties shall meet whenever necessary, to assess the

the scope of this Convention and, in particular, to consider measures to ensure the

uniformity of interpretation and application of this Convention.



(2) such a meeting will be convened by the Secretary General of the Council

request of either Contracting Party. It relates to a matter that has to be

regarding one or more of the applicable annexes, such application may be

only the Contracting Party that is bound by such annex or

attachments. Unless the parties concerned provide otherwise, the

the meeting held at the headquarters of the Council.



(3) the Contracting Parties shall establish rules of procedure for such meetings. The decision of the

The contracting parties must be taken at least a two-thirds majority

Of the Contracting Parties present at the meeting and participating in the voting.

With regard to questions relating to one or more valid, attachments are

voting rights only to those Contracting Parties that are affected by this or these

attachments bind.



(4) the parties concerned cannot decide about some things, if not

more than half of them are present.



Article 14.



(1) any dispute between Contracting Parties concerning the interpretation or

the implementation of this Convention will, if possible, settled by direct

negotiation between them.



(2) any dispute which is not settled by negotiation, shall submit to the Contracting dispute

by the Contracting Parties, in accordance with article 13 of the svolaným of this Convention; These

Parties to the dispute shall examine and adopt recommendations for its settlement.



(3) the Contracting Parties to the Dispute may agree in advance to accept the

recommendations of the Contracting Parties as binding.



Article 15.



(1) any State member of the Council-and any State-member of the United

Nations or its specialized agencies may become a Contracting Party to this

To the Convention:



and signing it without reservation of ratification);



(b) the documents of ratification) by saving after signing it subject to ratification;

or



c) accession to this Convention.



(2) this Convention shall be unloaded until 31 December 2006. March 1962 for signature at the headquarters of

Council in Brussels, the States referred to in paragraph 1 of this article. It will then be

open for their access.



(3) in the case referred to in paragraph 1 (b). b) of this article, this Convention

shall be subject to ratification by the signing States in accordance with their respective constitutional

treatments.



(4) any State which is not a member of the organizations referred to in paragraph 1

of this article and which is, at the request of the Parties sent an invitation

Secretary General of the Council, may become a Contracting Party to this Convention

by acceding to this Convention after the Act came into effect.



(5) each State referred to in paragraph 1 or 4 of this article marks when

signature, ratification or accession to this Convention, the attachment or attachments,

which will be bound. May later announce the notes sent to the

Secretary of the Council, that he was also bound by additional or other attachments.



(6) the documents of ratification or accession shall be deposited with the

the Secretary of the Council.



Article 16.



(1) this Convention shall enter into force, in conjunction with a specific annex three

months after five States referred to in paragraph 1 of article 15, it shall be signed by

without reservation of ratification or have deposited their documents of ratification or

access, and is bound by the said Annex shall declare.



(2) for the State ratifikující or acceding to this Convention after five

States have signed it without reservation of ratification or have deposited their papers on the

ratification or accession and claimed to be bound once the annex or

multiple attachments, this Convention shall enter into force with such annex

or attachments, three months after the said State has deposited its papers on the

ratification or accession, together with the Declaration that he feels bound by the

such annex or annexes.



(3) for each State that signed this Convention without reservation

ratification, or after ratification of or accession to this Convention, declare that

He feels bound to another annex that five States declared themselves committed to,

This Convention shall enter into force with respect to such annex three months

After the State announced its commitment.



Article 17.



(1) this Convention shall be of unlimited duration, either party to it

However, you may cancel at any time after the date of its entry into force in accordance with

Article 16.



(2) denunciation shall be notified in writing by the Charter of the stored with the

the Secretary of the Council.



(3) the denunciation shall take effect six months after the adoption of the Charter of the

testimony of Secretary General of the Council.



(4) the provisions of paragraphs 2 and 3 of this article shall also apply to

amendments to this Convention. Each Contracting Party may at any time after

the effective date in accordance with article 16 of the Convention, declare that it does not feel

also be subject to one or more attachments. For Contracting Parties which

She gave all the attachments, which was tied, it will be considered that

to have denounced the Convention.



Article 18.



(1) the Contracting Parties which met in accordance with article 13 of this Convention, may

to recommend amendments to this Convention.



(2) the Text of all the amendments the following recommended will be announced

Secretary General of the Council to all Contracting Parties and to all other States,

that Convention have signed or acceded to, the Secretary


The United Nations, the Contracting Parties to GATT and UNESCO.



(3) within a period of six months from the date on which the amendments were as follows

delivered to each Contracting Party, or where the amendment only

some valid annex, each Contracting Party is bound by this annex may

to communicate to the General Secretary of the Council:



and that it has an objection to) doporučovanému amendment; or



(b)) that, although it intends to accept the recommended amendment, have not been

even in her country met the conditions necessary for adoption of the proposal.



(4) If a Contracting Party to the General Secretary of the Council served a message

in accordance with the provisions of paragraph 3 (b). b) of this article may, if it

formally General Secretary didn't realize about their adoption

the proposed amendment, submit an objection to this proposal

within nine months following the expiry of the six-month period referred to in

paragraph 3 of this article.



(5) if the objection to the proposed amendment in doporučovanému

conformity with the terms of paragraphs 3 and 4 of this article, the application will be considered

been adopted and enter into force.



(6) if they are not raised objections to the doporučovanému amendment

pursuant to paragraph 3 and 4 of this article, the amendment shall be deemed to

received from the following data:



a) If no Contracting Party fails to file a report pursuant to paragraph 3 (b).

b) of this article, after a period of six months referred to in paragraph 3;



(b)) If a Contracting Party sends the message in accordance with paragraph 3 (b).

b) of this article, in the closest of the two terms:



I) the day on which all the Contracting Parties which have sent such a message,

to notify the Secretary of the Council of its acceptance of the recommended

the proposal provided that all adoption adoption notified prior to

the expiry of the period of six months referred to in paragraph 3 of this article,

will be considered as the date of expiry of the said six-month period;



(ii) the expiry of the nine-month period) the date referred to in paragraph 4 of this

article.



(7) each amendment, considered to be accepted shall enter into force

six months after the date on which it is deemed to be accepted.



(8) the Secretary General of the Council shall, if possible, as soon as possible, all

Contracting Parties of the objections to the amendment made by the doporučovanému

in accordance with paragraph 3 (b). a) and every message have been received pursuant to paragraph 3

(b)) of this article. In addition shall inform all Contracting Parties, whether

The Contracting Party or parties which have sent such a message, have raised

objections to the proposed amendment or doporučovanému.



(9) for each State ratifikujícího or acceding to this Convention,

It considers that it has adopted all the amendments to this Convention,

entered into force on the deposit of evidence of ratification or accession.



(10) for each State that signed this Convention without reservation

ratification, or after ratification or accession to the Convention, declare that

She feels bound by the additional annex, will be considered, that he

all amendments to this Convention, which entered into force on the

the date of its notification to the Secretary of the Council.



Article 19.



(1) any State may, at the time of signing this Convention without reservation of ratification

or save the documents of ratification or accession or at any time thereafter,

verbale sent to the General Secretary may declare that this Convention shall

extends to all or some of the territories for whose international

relations is responsible, and the Convention shall extend to the territory of listed in nótě

three months after the date of the adoption of this "Note verbale" General Secretary of the Council,

but not before the Convention enters into force in that State.



(2) any State which has made a declaration in accordance with paragraph 1 of this article,

which extends the Convention to territories for whose international relations it is

responsible, may notify the Secretary of the Council, in conformity with the

the provisions of article 17 of this Convention, that the territory concerned shall not be longer

of this Convention.



Article 20.



This Convention is not a permissible reservation.



Article 21.



The Secretary General of the Council shall notify all the Contracting Parties, other

signer and the acceding States, the Secretary of the United

Nations, the Contracting Parties to GATT and UNESCO:



and the ratification, accession of signatures) and declaration referred to in article 15 of this

Of the Convention;



(b)) the effective date of this Convention and of each of the annexes in accordance with article 16;



(c)), and the Declaration referred to in article 17;



(d)) all the amendments deemed to be adopted pursuant to article 18 and

effective date of these proposals;



e) statement and notes received under article 19.



Article 22



In accordance with article 102 of the Charter of the United Nations, this Convention shall, at the request

General Secretary of the Council, registered with the Secretariat of the United

Nations.



In witness whereof, the undersigned, agents have signed this Convention.



Drawn up in Brussels 8. day of the month of June

tisícíhodevítistéhošedesátéhoprvého in English and French,

both texts being equally authentic, in one original, which will be

deposited with the Secretary of the Council who shall transmit certified copies to all

the States referred to in article 15, paragraph 1, of this Convention.



Xiii., And



Equipment for the press or for radio or television broadcasting



(I).



Definitions and terms



1. definitions



For the purposes of this annex, the term "device for printing or for radio

or television broadcast "means equipment necessary for members of the press

or radio and television organizations while visiting the country for the

reportage purposes or broadcasting or filming material within the

an established programme.



2. The conditions for granting a temporary exemption



Device:



and owned by the fysickou) has to be a person resident in a foreign country or legal

by a person established abroad;



(b)) to be brought fysickou by a person resident in a foreign country or legal

by a person established abroad;



(c)) to be eligible for an identity card for when you re-

provided that in the case of unused audio or video records

will be used to identify the most appropriate means;



(d)) to be used solely by or under the personal supervision of passengers persons;



(e)) will not be the subject of a lease contract or similar arrangement, in which the

a person is resident or established in the country of temporary importation of one party,

provided that this condition does not apply in the case of broadcast

joint radio or tv shows.



II.



Explaining the list



A. print device, such as



typewriters;



photographic and cinematographic cameras;



radio or video broadcasting, turning or reproductive apparatus;



effective keeping unused audio or video resources.



B. Radio transmitting devices, such as



broadcasting and telecommunication apparatus;



Radio starter or reproducing apparatus;



control and measuring instruments and apparatus;



operational accessories (clock, stopwatch, compasses, generators,

Transformers, batteries and accumulators, heating and ventilation equipment

etc.);



unused audio Starter resources.



C. Tv devices such as



television cameras;



telekinematické apparatus;



control and measuring instruments and apparatus;



transmission and retransmisní apparatus;



communication apparatus;



audio or video is effective keeping and reproductive apparatus;



lighting equipment;



operational accessories (clock, stopwatch, compasses, generators,

Transformers, batteries and accumulators, heating and ventilation equipment

etc.);



unused audio or video is effective keeping resources; sample copy

the movies;



musical instruments, costumes, scenery and other stage props.



(D). The means of transport indicated or specially modified for the purposes of the above

nominated by.



Annex B



Cinematographic equipment



(I).



Definitions and terms



1. definitions



For the purposes of this annex, the term "cinematographic device" means

equipment necessary for a person visiting a country for the purpose of

filming of a particular film or films.



2. The conditions for granting a temporary exemption



Device:



and) to be owned by a natural person residing in a foreign country or legal

person established abroad;



(b)) to be imported by a natural person residing in a foreign country or legal

by a person established abroad;



(c)) to be eligible for an identity card for when you re-

provided that in the case of unused audio or video records

will be used to identify the most appropriate means;



(d)) to be used solely by or under the personal supervision of a visiting person with

provided that this requirement is not valid in the case of equipment imported

for the filming of the movie under co-production agreements, when that person is resident

or decorated in the country of temporary importation is a party and which is

approved by the competent authorities of that country in accordance with international agreements on

the cinematographic co-production;



(e)) will not be the subject of a lease contract or similar arrangement, in which the

a person is resident or at one side of the country of temporary importation.



II.



Explaining the list



A. equipment such as



cameras of all kinds;



control and measuring instruments and apparatus;



bases & stands for cameras;




lighting equipment;



sound effective keeping or reproductive apparatus;



rolls of undeveloped film or audio effective keeping unused funds;



sample copies of the films;



operational accessories (clock, stopwatch, compasses, generators,

Transformers, batteries and accumulators, heating and ventilation equipment

etc.);



musical instruments, costumes, scenery and other stage props.



(B). Means of transport intended or specifically adapted for the purposes of the

referred to.



Annex C



Other technical equipment



(I).



Definitions and terms



1. definitions



For the purposes of this annex, the term "professional equipment" means

the specified device in the other annexes to this Convention, needed for

profession, trade or occupation of the person who visited the country during the

the performance of a specific task. Does not include devices that are used for

internal transport or for the industrial manufacture or packaging of goods or

(excluding tools) for the exploitation of natural resources for reconstruction, repair or

maintenance of buildings or for moving soil and similar work.



2. The conditions for granting a temporary exemption



Device:



and) to be owned by a natural person residing in a foreign country or legal

person established abroad;



(b)) to be imported by a natural person residing in a foreign country or legal

by a person established abroad;



(c)) should be eligible for an ID card when you re-export;



(d)) to be used solely by or under the personal supervision of the person travelling.



II.



Explaining the list



And installation of the equipment, experiments, testing, verification, inspection, maintenance

or repair of machinery, plants, vehicles, etc. as a tool;



measuring, checking or testing instruments and equipment (for temperature,

pressure, distance, height, surface, speed, etc.) including electrical

instruments (voltmeter, ammeter, measuring cables, comparators,

Transformers, záznamních devices, etc.) and jigs and fixtures;



apparatus for inspection of ships.



B. equipment necessary for businessmen, business consultant, production and

financial experts and persons performing similar professions, such as writing

machines;



audio broadcasting, effective keeping or reproductive apparatus;



calculation machines and apparatus.



C. equipment necessary for experts undertaking the topographic survey

or geophysical research work, such as measuring instruments and apparatus;



drilling equipment;



broadcasting and communication equipment.



D. instruments and apparatus necessary for doctors, surgeons, veterinarian,

as a midwife, and persons carrying out similar profession.



E. equipment necessary for archeologists, paleontologists, geographers, zoologists and

other scientific workers.



F. Equipment necessary for artists, theatre companies and orchestras,

including their items used for public or private

performances (musical instruments, costumes, scenery, animals, etc.).



G. equipment required for speakers to clarify their interpretation.



H. means of transport specified or specially modified for the purposes of the above

referred to as an outpatient in the control unit, mobile workshops and

the lab.