On The International Convention On The Simplification And Harmonization Of Customs Procedures

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648/1992 Sb.



The COMMUNICATION FROM the



the Federal Ministry of Foreign Affairs



Modified: 31/2006 Coll.



The Federal Ministry of Foreign Affairs communicates, on 18 November 1997. may

1973 in Kyoto was negotiated International Convention on the simplification and harmonization of

Customs procedures.



The Federal Assembly of the Czechoslovak Socialist Republic expressed its

acceptance of the Convention and in the following annexes: Annex concerning temporary

warehouses of goods (and 2), Annex concerning customs formalities relating to the

commercial vehicles (3), Annex concerning customs consultation

inventory of ships, planes and trains (a. 4), the annex on export goods for free

circulation abroad (C. 1).



The instrument of accession of the Czech and Slovak Federal Republic to the

The International Convention on the simplification and harmonization of customs procedures and referred to

the annexes have been deposited with the Secretary-General of the Council for customs

cooperation, the depositary of the Convention, on July 18. December 1990.



When you access to the Convention made a statement:



The provisions of article 13 of the Convention is inconsistent with the Declaration on the granting of

independence of colonial Territories and peoples, which was adopted at the XV.

meeting of the General Assembly of the United Nations in 1960, and

Czech and Slovak Federal Republic is therefore considered to be obsolete.



Convention entered into force, pursuant to article 12 paragraph 2. 1 on 25 September 2004.

September 1974. For the Czech and Slovak Federative Republic entered into

into force in accordance with article 12, paragraph 1. 2 day 18. March 1991.



Annex concerning temporary storage of goods (a.2.) entered into force on

pursuant to article 12 paragraph 2. 3 the Convention on 18 December 1999. November 1977 and for the CZECHOSLOVAK FEDERATIVE REPUBLIC

entered into force pursuant to paragraph 2 of the same article. 4 day 18. March

1991.



Annex concerning customs formalities applicable to commercial transport

resources (and 3) entered into force on the basis of article 12, paragraph 1. 3

The Convention on 18 December 1999. March 1982 and entered into force for the CZECHOSLOVAK FEDERAL REPUBLIC on the basis of

paragraph 2 of the same article. 4 day 18. March 1991.



Annex concerning customs discussing stocks of ships, aircraft and trains (and 4.)

has not entered into force.



The annex on export of goods into free circulation abroad (C. 1.)

force on the basis of article 12, paragraph 1. 3 the Convention on 29 April 2006. January 1981, and for

CZECHOSLOVAKIA entered into force pursuant to paragraph 2 of the same article. 4 day 18.

March 1991.



Czech translation of the Convention and the annexes, which have entered into force, be open

at the same time.

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Editor's note. ASPI: the new wording see 31/2006 Coll.



THE INTERNATIONAL CONVENTION



on the simplification and harmonization of customs procedures



The preamble to the



The Contracting Parties to this Convention, drawn up under the auspices of the Council for customs

cooperation,



Recognizing that the diversity of national customs procedures can be a barrier

international exchanges,



uváživše, that is in the interest of all countries to promote such exchanges and

international cooperation,



uváživše that the simplification and harmonization of their customs procedures can effectively

contribute to the development of international trade and other forms of international

exchanges,



convinced that an international instrument containing provisions which country

undertake to apply as soon as they can, would gradually lead to a high

degree of simplification and harmonization of customs procedures, which is one of the

the fundamental objectives of the Customs Cooperation Council,



have agreed as follows:



TITLE I OF THE



The definition of the



Article 1



For the purposes of implementing this Convention, the term:



"the Council") organization founded the Convention establishing the Council for customs

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



(b)) "Permanent Technical Committee" means the Permanent Technical Committee of the Council;



(c)) "ratification" means ratification, acceptance or approval.



TITLE II



The scope of application of the Convention and structure of the annexes



Article 2



Each Contracting Party undertakes to promote the simplification and harmonization

Customs procedures and, to that end, the control under the conditions specified in this

Convention, the standards and recommended practices contained in the annexes to this

Of the Convention. However, nothing shall prevent the Contracting Parties from providing greater benefits,

than those foreseen in the Convention, and parties are encouraged to make such

greater benefits to provide as far as possible.



Article 3



The provisions of this Convention shall not preclude the use of prohibitions and restrictions, arising

from the national legislation.



Article 4



Each Annex to this Convention consists, in principle:



and from the introduction, in) which provides an overview of the various questions that annex

fixes;



(b) of the definitions of the main customs) expressions used in that annex;



(c)) of the standards, which are the provisions whose general purpose is

considers it necessary to achieve the simplification and harmonization of customs procedures;



d) from recommended practices, which are the provisions for which it is recognised,

that means the progress towards the simplification and harmonization of customs procedures,

and whose use as General as possible, it is considered desirable;



(e)) of the notes, which are given an option, suitable for

the use of the standards or recommended practices.



Article 5



1. any Contracting Party which accepts an annex, shall

all the standards and recommended practices contained in it, if when you receive

attachments or later has not notified the Secretary-General of the Council standard or

standards and recommended practices, of which it enters reservations, stating the differences

occurring between the provisions of its national law and

the provisions of the relevant standards or recommended practices. All Contracting

the parties which have made reservations may at any time wholly or partly

Cancel by notifying the Secretary-General and at the same time

They shall indicate the date on which these reservations are canceled.



2. each Contracting Party that is bound by an annex, shall examine the

at least once every three years, the standards and recommended practices contained in the

This annex, which has made reservations, compare them with the provisions of their

the national legal order and shall notify the Secretary-General of the Council of the results of the

of this review.



TITLE III



The role of the Council and the Permanent Technical Committee



Article 6



1. the Council shall supervise under this Convention on its management and development. Shall be decided by

in particular, the incorporation of new annexes to the Convention.



2. for this purpose the Permanent Technical Committee shall exercise, under the responsibility of the Council and

under its instructions the following functions:



and prepare new annexes and) propose to the Council their adoption with a view to

incorporation into the Convention;



(b) submit to the Council such) amendments to this Convention or to

the annexes, as it considers necessary and, in particular, proposals for the amendment of the standards and

recommended practices, or the conversion of the recommended practices in standards;



(c)) to provide advisory opinions on any matters relating to the implementation of the Convention;



(d)) to perform the tasks that the Council may require in connection with the provisions of

Of the Convention.



Article 7



For the purposes of voting in the Council and in the Standing Technical Committee, each

the annex to be considered a special Convention.



TITLE IV



Miscellaneous provisions



Article 8



When implementing this annex or annexes of the Convention, which is a

Contracting Party is bound shall be considered an integral part of the Convention; with regard to the

that party, therefore, applies any reference to the Convention also

such an attachment or attachments.



Article 9



Contracting Parties which form a customs or economic Union may notify

the Secretary-General of the Council that for the implementation of certain annexes to this

The Convention is necessary to consider their territory for a single. In all cases,

the result of such a notification, there are differences between

the provisions of this annex and the laws and regulations applicable in the territories of

the Contracting Parties, the States concerned shall make a reservation in accordance with article 5 of this Convention

to the relevant standard or recommended practice.



TITLE V OF THE



Final provisions



Article 10



1. Any dispute between two or more Contracting Parties concerning the interpretation or

the implementation of this Convention shall, if possible, shall execute the direct negotiation between them.



2. Any dispute which is itself disputed, submit the direct negotiation

side of the Standing Technical Committee, which will discuss and make recommendations

to resolve it.



3. If the Permanent Technical Committee is unable to settle the dispute, it shall refer

The Council, which shall issue a recommendation in accordance with article III (e) of the Convention establishing the Council.



4. the parties to the dispute may agree in advance to accept the recommendations

The Standing Technical Committee or the Council.



Article 11



1. each Member State of the Council and each Member State of the United

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

of this Convention:



and by signing it without reservation of ratification),



b) saving instruments of ratification after signing subject to

ratification, or



(c)) access.



2. This Convention shall be open for signature until 30. June 1974 at the headquarters of the Council of

in Brussels, the States referred to in paragraph 1 of this article. After this date, they

It will be open for access.



3. Any State which is not a member of the organizations referred to in paragraph 1

This article, and to which the Secretary-General of the Council shall send, at the request of the Council of

invitation for that purpose, may become a Contracting Party to this Convention,

If it then, when this will come into force.



4. any State referred to in paragraphs 1 or 3 of this article, shall, on the

the signature or ratification of this Convention or accession thereto annexed or

the annex, which accepts, and is required to take at least one


an attachment. Later, you may notify the Secretary-General that it accepts the

one or more further annexes.



5. the instruments of ratification and instruments of accession shall be deposited with the

Secretary-General of the Council.



6. Each new attachment, about the incorporation into the Convention, the Council

Decides, Secretary-General of the Council shall notify the Contracting Parties to this Convention,

other signatárním States, Member States of the Council that are not

Parties to this Convention, and the Secretary-General of the Organization of the

of the United Nations. The Contracting Parties shall notify the acceptance of this new annex

the Secretary-General of the Council under paragraph 4 of this article.



7. The provisions of paragraph 1 of this article shall also apply to customs, or

Economic Union, referred to in article 9 of this Convention, where the competent

It is apparent from the documents to the authorities, the customs or economic

unions required to contractually bind its name. These authorities

However, do not have the right to vote.



Article 12



1. This Convention shall enter into force three months after five of the States

referred to in paragraph 1 of article 11 of this Convention shall sign without reservation

ratification or to lodge its instrument of ratification or instrument of accession.



2. for each State which signs this Convention without reservation of ratification,

ratifying or acceding to it after five States have signed it without

reservation of ratification or have deposited their instruments of ratification or instrument of

access, this Convention shall enter into force three months after it

the said State has signed without reservation of ratification or composed his

instrument of ratification or instrument of accession.



3. each Annex to this Convention shall enter into force three months after it

adopted by the five Contracting Parties.



4. for each State which accepts an annex after it adopted a

five States, this annex shall enter into force three months after the date of this

State announces that it is receiving.



Article 13



1. Any State may, when signing without reservation of ratification, ratification

or access or at a later time, notify the Secretary-General of the Council of the

This Convention shall apply to all or any of the territories for whose

international relations it is responsible. This notification shall take effect three months

the date on which the Secretary-General receives. The Convention, however, cannot

carried out on the territories referred to in the notice before entry into force

for the State in question.



2. Any State referred to in paragraph 1 of this article extending this

Convention shall apply to any territory for whose international relations it is responsible,

may, under the conditions laid down in article 14 of this Convention shall notify the

the Secretary-General of the Council, that this Convention will not remain on the territory of the

apply to you.



Article 14



1. this Convention shall be concluded for an unlimited period of time. Each Contracting Party

However, you may terminate at any time after the date of its entry into force, that is

provided for in article 12 of this Convention.



2. the denunciation shall be notified in writing to the Secretary-General of the Council.



3. the denunciation shall take effect six months after the Secretary General of the

The Council will receive the instrument of denunciation.



4. The provisions of paragraphs 2 and 3 of this article shall also apply to

Annex to the Convention, each Contracting Party may, at any time after the date of

their entry into force in accordance with article 12 of the acceptances of one or

multiple attachments. A Contracting Party which withdraws its acceptance of all of the annexes,

considered a party to the Convention.



Article 15



1. the Council may recommend amendments to this Convention. The Secretary General of the Council of

Each Contracting Party shall invite to participate in the discussion of each

the proposed amendment to this Convention.



2. The text of any recommended changes as follows shall notify the Secretary General of the Council of

the Contracting Parties to this Convention, to the other States which have signed this

Convention, and Member States of the Council that are not Contracting Parties to this

Of the Convention.



3. within six months from the date of notification of the recommended changes, any

Contracting Party, or in the case of a change relating to some valid, attachments

Each Contracting Party bound by this annex to communicate to the

the Secretary-General of the Council, that:



(a) has an objection to the recommended amendment or



(b) Although it intends to accept the recommended amendment, are not yet fulfilled

the conditions necessary for its adoption in the country.



4. as long as the contracting party who submitted a notification in accordance with paragraph 3 (b)

This article, communicated to the Secretary-General of the Council to the effect that the change

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

paragraph 3 of this article to the recommended amendment.



5. If an objection against the recommended changes referred to in paragraphs 3 and 4

This article, the amendment shall be deemed to have been accepted and shall remain without effect.



6. If there is no objection against the recommended changes referred to in paragraphs 3 and 4

This article, the amendment shall be deemed to be accepted from the date below:



(a) If no Contracting Party has sent a notification under paragraph 3

(b) of this article, from the date of the expiry of the six-month period referred to in

paragraph 3;



(b) if one or more of the parties has sent a notification under

paragraph 3 (b) of this article, from the earlier of two days below:



(i) the date on which all the Contracting Parties which have sent such a

notification, the Secretary-General advised the Council that the recommended

amendment, but this date is postponed until the expiry of

the six-month period referred to in paragraph 3 of this article, if all

the adoption was notified before the expiry of that period;



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

article.



7. any amendment deemed to be accepted shall enter into force either six

months from the date on which it was deemed to be accepted, or if the

the recommended change in the other period for its entry into force, after

the expiry of the date on which the amendment was deemed to be accepted.



8. The Secretary-General of the Council shall notify as soon as possible all the Contracting Parties

This Convention and the other States which have signed this Convention, each

the claim brought against the recommended modification referred to in paragraph 3 (a) of this

the article, as well as each notification sent pursuant to paragraph 3 (b). Later

It shall inform the Contracting Parties and the other States which have signed this Convention,

If one or more of the Contracting Parties which sent such notice,

raise the recommended amendment or accept this change.



Article 16



1. independently of the amendment procedure laid down in article 15 of this Convention

can be any annex, with the exception of the definitions therein, changed

by decision of the Council. The Secretary General of the Council shall invite all Contracting Parties

to participate in the discussion of each amendment to some

the annex. The text of all the amendments that were agreed, shall notify the General

the Secretary of the Council to the Contracting Parties to this Convention, to the other States, which

have signed the Convention, and to the Member States of the Council that are not Contracting

Parties to this Convention.



2. the Changes which have been decided upon under paragraph 1 of this article,

shall enter into force six months after the date is notifies the Secretary General of the

Of the Council. Each Contracting Party bound attachment that is subject to such

changes shall be regarded as a party that has accepted these changes, if they

does not make reservations under the provisions of article 5 of this Convention.



Article 17



1. for each State which ratifies this Convention or accedes thereto,

It is considered that it has adopted all the amendments which entered into force on

the date on which its instrument of ratification, or passed the instrument of

access.



2. If a State does not make reservations in accordance with article 5 of this Convention, shall be deemed to

the adoption of some of the attachments also accepts amendments which have entered into

force on the date on which the said Annex to the general acceptance of this

the Secretary-General of the Council.



Article 18



The Secretary General of the Council to announce the Contracting Parties to this Convention, the other

States which have signed this Convention, Member States of the Council that are not

Parties to this Convention, and the Secretary-General of the Organization of the

of the United Nations:



(a) signatures, ratifications and accessions in accordance with article 11 of this Convention;



(b) the date on which this Convention and any of its annexes shall enter into

in accordance with article 12;



(c) received notification under articles 9 and 13;



(d) incoming notifications and communications provided for in articles 5, 16 and 17;



(e) denunciations received in accordance with article 14;



(f) the amendments deemed received pursuant to article 15, as well as the date on which the

enter into force;



(g) amendments to the annexes adopted by the Council pursuant to article 16, as well as the date on which the

enter into force.



Article 19



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

the Secretary-General of the Council, registered with the Secretariat of the Organization

of the United Nations.



In witness whereof, the duly authorised to do so, have signed this Convention.



Done at Kyoto, this eighteenth day of may one thousand nine hundred and seventy-three in

the Dutch and English, both texts being equally

force, in a single copy which shall be deposited with the

the Secretary-General of the Council who shall transmit certified copies to all the States referred to in

paragraph 1 of article 11 of this Convention.



Annex a.2



Annex concerning temporary storage of goods



Introduction



It is important that the goods could be after his arrival from the transport

the resource is unloaded as soon as possible. That's why do the Customs Administration measures


that allow the goods to be made up with a minimum of formality

as soon as possible after his arrival, provided they are secured by interests

the State Treasury.



For various reasons, some time may elapse between the arrival of the goods and

the filing of the relevant application for customs control. In this case,

the customs administration authorities shall require that the goods remained under customs supervision, and

Therefore, these goods are typically retains in designated places, to

There were stored until the submission of the proposal to the customs control. This space is

These are called temporary warehouses and may it be a room or only closed

or unclosed areas.



The provisions of this annex do not apply to the storage of goods in customs

warehouses or in free zones.



The definition of the



For the purposes of this Annex:



(a) the term "temporary stock of goods ' temporary storage of goods under customs

control in the rooms and closed or open areas

designated by the Customs Administration (also called temporary storage facilities) up to the submission of the

the design of the customs control;



(b) the term "import duties and taxes" means customs duties and any other taxes, charges and

other charges which are collected on importation of goods or in connection with the

him, but not including fees and charges which are limited

the approximate cost of services rendered;



(c) "proposal to the customs control" means the Act made in the form prescribed by the customs

the Administration, which the participants of the customs proceedings indicate the customs procedure, which has

goods are to be subjected, and shall communicate the information required by the Customs Administration when

the use of this procedure;



(d) "customs control" means measures aimed at ensuring compliance with

laws and regulations whose implementation is entrusted to the Customs Administration;



(e) "customs security ' is what ensures that the liability to customs

Administration. Customs security shall be referred to as "global", ensures the fulfilment of the

the obligations arising from several operations;



(f) "person" means both natural and legal persons, unless the context

requires otherwise.



Policy



1. Norma

Temporary storage of goods is governed by the provisions of this annex.



2. Norma

National legal order lays down the conditions which must be met, and

the formalities to be complied with in respect of the goods stored in the

temporary storage.



The scope of the



3. Norma

The Customs Administration permits the establishment of temporary warehousing of goods if

It considers it necessary, to meet the needs of business and industry.



Notes



1. pursuant to the provisions of the national legal order may be temporary warehouses

managed by the customs administration, other bodies or natural or legal

persons.



2. temporary warehouses can be open to all importers and other persons

entitled to dispose of the imported goods or their use may be

reserved to certain persons.



4. Norma

Temporary storage shall be permitted in respect of goods of all kinds, regardless

its quantity, country of origin or the country of dispatch. The item that is

However, dangerous or which could spoil other goods or

you need a special device only accepts to temporary

warehouses equipped for them separately.



5. Norma

When you receive goods in temporary storage shall be required only

descriptive document, which is used when presenting the goods to the authorities of

the customs administration.



Temporary warehouse management



6. Norma

Requirements concerning the construction, equipment and management of temporary

warehouses, storage of goods regulations, inventory and accounting,

as well as the conditions for the application of customs control, the customs administration.



Notes



1. In order to control can customize:



-keep records of goods stored in temporary storage, when you use the

special registers or the relevant documents, or require

such accounts are kept;



-still or monitor the temporary storage;



-require a temporary warehouse uzamykal two different keys (key

participant of the customs management and the key custom);



-regularly make an inventory of the goods placed in temporary storage.



2. the goods shall as a general rule in zamykatelných rooms. Bulky

or heavy goods and goods subject to duty and thus representing the low

a small risk for the Treasury, however, often stored in unsealed

areas that remain under customs supervision.



7. Norma

National legal order identifies the person or persons responsible for the

the payment of any import duties and taxes on the goods stored in the

temporary storage and for which the procedure has not been performed to

the satisfaction of the Customs authorities.



8. Norma

If the authority or the person who manages a temporary warehouse shall

fold the customs security, customs administration authorities shall take the global

make sure.



9. Recommended practice

Customs security should be set as low as possible

taking into account, where appropriate, to the import duties požadovatelným

and taxes.



10. The recommended practice

Customs authorities should not require the customs

certainty, if the temporary storage facility under an appropriate customs control,

especially if it is under Customs seal.



Permitted acts



11. Norma

Any person entitled to dispose of the goods stored in a temporary

warehouse may, for the purpose of drafting a proposal to the customs proceedings:

(a) review of the goods;

(b) the goods weigh;

(c) take samples against the payment of any import duties

and fees.



12. Norma

Allowed operations are usually required to ensure that goods are stored in the

temporary storage was preserved in pristine condition.



Note



Tasks typically required to ensure that the goods have been preserved in the intact

the State, in particular cleaning, dusting, sorting, repair or

replacement of defective packaging.



13. Recommended practice

It should be permitted to goods stored in temporary storage

It was under the terms of the customs administration authorities subject to the acts,

which makes his picks, and more to the right.



Note



They are mainly the following: sorting, cutting, weighing, labelling and

affixing the stickers. They may also depend on the merging of various consignments

the goods for the purpose of their further transport on a single means and or customs

document (vehicle).



The period of storage of goods



14. Norma

If the national laws of the period during which the

goods are to be stored, it is necessary to make this period of time was enough to perform

formalities necessary to ensure that the goods could be subject to a

the Customs mode.



Note



The time limit may be different depending on the mode of transport and the goods

imported by sea can be considerably longer.



15. The recommended practice

At the request of a participant of the customs control, and for reasons that the authorities

the Customs Administration recognised as valid, they may initially

the deadline.



Wrecked, damaged, lost, destroyed or abandoned goods



16. Norma

It is necessary that the wrecked or damaged goods as a result of

accident or force majeure, it was possible to declare before the Ministers of

from temporary storage as if it was imported in the State in which the

found.



17. Norma

Goods stored in temporary storage that is destroyed or

irrecoverably lost by accident or force majeure shall not be subject

import duties and taxes, if its destruction or loss is

Customs authorities duly proven.



Any waste and residue of the destroyed goods shall be subject to in case their

release for free circulation in the territory of the import duties and taxes, which

This would be a waste if they were paid in this State

imported.



18. Norma

It is necessary to bring the goods stored in temporary storage may be on

the request of the person entitled to dispose of it, and according to the decision of the authorities

the customs administration, in whole or in part abandoned in favor of the State

Treasury or under customs supervision, destroyed or rendered commercially valueless for

business purposes. This leaving or destruction shall not arise

Treasury any expense.



Any waste and residue of the destroyed goods shall be subject to in case their

release for free circulation in the territory of the import duties and taxes, which

This would be a waste if they were paid in this State

imported.



The temporary removal of goods from the warehouse



19. Norma

Any person entitled to dispose of the goods may be removed from the

temporary storage facilities, subject to the satisfaction of the conditions and

formalities applicable in a given case.



Note



Customs authorities may require that participant of the customs control

prove its right to dispose of the goods.



Goods not removed from the temporary warehouse



20. Norma

National legal order lays down the procedure in cases where the goods are not

removed from their temporary warehouse within the prescribed period.



21. Recommended practice

He sells the goods not removed from a customs temporary storage, it should

be the proceeds from its sale after deduction of the import duties and taxes,


as well as other charges and expenses associated with the sale, shall be paid,

If this is possible, the authorized person or persons or left to

its or their available after a certain period of time.



For information about the temporary storage of goods



22. Norma

The customs administration shall ensure that all interested parties could easily

obtain all the necessary information concerning the temporary storage of goods.



Č. 4 and 3



Annex concerning customs formalities applicable to commercial transport

resources



Introduction



The task, to control international transport carried out on their territory and by

to protect the interests of the State Treasury, combat podloudnictví and other

site to ensure compliance with national law,

authorities of the customs administration, stores them check not only transported goods and

the passengers, but also the means of transport used in international

transport. To this end, contains the national law of most countries

the regulations, which are entrusted with the management of customs authorities and which are

apply to the movement of commercial means of transport entering the customs

territory, while output from it and you move on it, and on the other

space, intended for delivery vehicles, the documentary

the formalities involved, etc.



It is important that the customs formalities relating to commercial transport

resources are carried out as quickly as possible. The measures taken by the authorities of the customs

management must therefore be adapted to the circumstances of the case, with

taking into account in particular the reason and duration of stay of each business

means of transport to the customs territory.



This annex applies to the means of transport used in the

international transport for the transport of persons for remuneration or for business or

industrial transport of goods in return for payment or free of charge. The provisions of annex

where applicable, also apply to commercial means of transport that are

registered in the territory of the country concerned and to the competent State. Do not apply to

means of transport intended for private use, on a military transport

devices or means of transport of the public administration, which are not

used for commercial purposes.



The definition of the



For the purposes of this Annex:



and) "customs formalities applicable to commercial transport

means "a summary of the operations carried out by the participant of the customs control and

the authority of the Customs Administration at the entrance of commercial means of transport on

Customs territory, while output from him, and during his stay on him;



(b)) "commercial transport" any ship (including freight and

towing boats, including boats, transported on board the ship and water

gliders), aerial gliders, aircraft, road vehicle (including trailers,

semi-trailers and combinations of vehicles) or railway rolling stock, for use in the

international transport for the transport of persons for remuneration or the industrial or

commercial transport of goods in return for payment or free of charge, as well as their

spare parts, accessories and normal equipment, lubricating oils, fuel

mass and the fuel contained in the normal tanks of commercial

resources;



(c)) "customs territory" territory in which the full range of customs

legislation of the State;



d) "customs control" a summary of the measures aimed at ensuring compliance with

laws and regulations whose implementation is entrusted to the Customs Administration;



(e)) the term "import duties and taxes" means customs duties and all other duties, taxes, fees or

other charges which are collected on importation of goods or in connection with the

him, but not including fees and charges which are limited in amount

the approximate cost of services rendered;



(f) a proposal for input) "customs control" or "exit design

the customs control ", which shall make or submit to the authorities of the customs

the person responsible for the management of a commercial means of transport when entering or

When the output of this means of transport, and which contains the necessary expenses of the

means of transport, on his route, cargo, operating supplies,

Freshman crew and passengers;



g) "person" means both natural and legal persons, unless the context

requires otherwise.



Policy



1. Norma

The customs formalities relating to commercial transport

the funds shall be governed by the provisions of this annex.



2. Norma

National legal order lays down the conditions which must comply with the

commercial means of transport, as well as the customs formalities on

them.



Note



Some of these conditions and formalities may be carried out on behalf of the

other authorities, such as the port authority.



3. Norma

The customs formalities relating to commercial transport

resources are limited to the minimum necessary to ensure the

compliance with laws and regulations, the implementation of the Customs Administration

responsible for them.



4. Norma

Any commercial means of transport, which enter the customs

territory, stands out from him, or staying on him, shall be subject to the customs

inspection.



5. Norma

The customs formalities relating to commercial transport

resources applies equally, regardless of their country of registration or

the nationality of the commercial means of transport, on the ground

of origin or destination.



Importation of commercial means of transport to the bound circulation



6. Norma

Commercial means of transport, whether they are loaded or not,

temporarily let into the customs territory with the deferral of the payment of import duties

and taxes and free of import prohibitions and restrictions. Must be exported

back without something changes on them except for normal depreciation

as a result of their use, the usual consumption of lubricating oils, fuels

and fuel, as well as to carry out the necessary repairs.



Notes



1. The question of the introduction into circulation of a bound mostly does not arise with regard to the

the means of transport that are recorded on the territory of the country concerned and have

her nationality, if they have been produced in the country or out of the

they have previously been paid import duties and taxes, which are subject to.



2. Introduction into circulation may be bound subject to the condition that the business

means of transport used for internal transport in the customs territory of the

the country of import to the bound circulation.



7. The recommended practice

For commercial means of transport should not require

no customs security or proof of the temporary importation.



8. Norma

Where the Customs authorities of the time limit for re-exportation

the commercial means of transport must take account of the specific

the conditions of the proposed transport operations.



9. Recommended practice

At the request of a participant of the customs control and for serious reasons, the

Customs authorities should originally the deadline.

Imports of special material used for loading and unloading

goods, to manipulate it and to protect it in a bound of circulation



10. Norma

If the commercial means of transport imported special

the material, used for loading and unloading goods, handling

and to protect and to be exported back to him, even if it is

to use separately from the commercial means of transport, they

to bound the circulation into the customs territory with the deferral of the payment of import

duties and taxes and free of import prohibitions and restrictions.



Notes



1. the importation of such material into circulation may be bound subject to the condition that the

It will be used only in the immediate vicinity of the place where it is

commercial means of transport, for example at airports or in the territory in

etapním ports.



2. in the case of this material is usually does not require any security or customs and

proof of importation into a bound circulation.



The importation of spare parts and equipment to the bound circulation



11. Norma

Spare parts and accessories, to be used to repair or

to maintain due to the replacement of parts or equipment, built-in or

used in a commercial means of transport imported into the bound

circulation into the customs territory shall be granted to that territory with the deferment of the

payment of import duties and taxes and free of import prohibitions and restrictions.



Notes



1. these spare parts and equipment may be required proof of

imports into the bound circulation and in some cases the customs security. However,

some countries could waive this requirement.



2. at the request of a participant of the customs control can be replaced spare parts

and a piece of equipment that is back at a disadvantage:



and) put into free circulation in the territory of the country in the State in which the

There are, as if they had been imported in that State;



(b)) destroyed or modified so as to have become devoid of all of the business value and

It's under the control of the authorities of the customs administration and without expense to the State Treasury,

or



(c)) in agreement with the authorities of the Customs Administration abandoned without spending in favour of

the State Treasury.



Entry and exit points in the customs territory of the



12. Norma

National legal order specifies the space through which a business can

means of transport to enter or leave the customs territory. When

the determination of these places are taken into account, in particular, the special needs

trade, industry and transport.



Note



The land for this purpose may determine the Customs path, i.e. roads, railways,


ferry routes and other routes that commercial traffic

resource use. There might be a need to specify these paths in the

cooperation with the authorities of neighbouring countries.



Specified by the customs, their competencies and working hours and other authorized

point of entry



13. Norma

National legal order specifies the custom, to which must be input

the commercial means of transport to the customs territory or the output from it

notified authorities of the customs administration. The responsibility of these customs and their

working hours are determined taking into account in particular the specific

the needs of business, industry and transport.



Notes



1. In some countries, jurisdiction is determined by customs with regard to the customs

journeys and of their importance.



2. jurisdiction of some Customs may be, be limited to certain

modes of transport.



3. aircraft entering the customs territory must generally perform their first

landing at Customs Airport. Boats can also be obliged to exercise its

the first landing at the site, where is the Customs House.



14. Recommended practice

If the opposite custom house located on the common

borders, customs administrations should both countries to reconcile working time and

the responsibility of these customs.



Note



In some cases, the common control equipment established on

common borders, and therefore, both countries established a Customs House, the same

and often in the same building.



15. The recommended practice

At the request of the person concerned, and for serious reasons should

the customs administration authorities as far as possible, allow Customs formalities

applicable to the input or output of a commercial transport

resource were performed outside the working hours of customs; expenses by

incurred may be charged to the party of the customs control.



16. Recommended practice

At the request of a participant of the customs control and for serious reasons, the

Customs authorities should as far as possible, allow Customs formalities,

applicable to the input or output of a commercial transport

resource, are carried out in a different place than is permitted by that

is the appropriate custom; expenses may be incurred by

charged to the party of the customs control.



Note



This authorisation may be granted, for example, ships whose cargo has to be

disembarked on private coastal vykladištích.



17. Norma

In the implementation of the customs formalities relating to the entry and

output of commercial vehicles, are giving priority to those

that transport passengers or express mail services such as live

animals or perishable goods.



Customs control prior to arrival at the designated customs office or to any other authorized

place



18. Norma

Customs inspection of commercial means of transport before

arrival at the designated customs office or other authorised place limits

to the minimum necessary to ensure compliance with laws and regulations, the

the implementation of the Customs Administration is responsible for.



Notes



1.Za the purpose of customs control, the Customs authorities may be authorised

in particular, to enter on Board of ships and other vessels, stopping trains in

border stations, stopping vehicles and require

submission of commercial, transport or other documents relating to the

the commercial vehicle and its load, the operational inventory,

the crew and passengers.



2. As a rule, it is not necessary to use a customs control measures,

záležejících in the examination of the commercial means of transport, in

application to it's conclusion or a requirement that was routed in the customs

the escort between the input point on the customs territory and are intended to assist the or

other permitted place. Foreign customs seals are usually recognised, if it is

Obviously there are enough or offer the necessary safety.



3. National law may provide that an accident or any other

unforeseen interruptions of transportation shall notify the Customs authorities or other

the competent authorities closest to the actual accident or

the event.



19. Recommended practice

If the designated customs office or other authorised place to be

commercial means of transport is annexed, is not at the point of entry

means of transport to the customs territory, it should not be stored

the obligation to submit to the authorities of the Customs Administration at the point of entry into the customs

the territory of documents relating to commercial means of transport.



Customs formalities on arrival at the designated customs office or other authorised

place



Papers



20. Norma

Cases where the input motion to the customs control must be submitted

authorities of the Customs Administration at the entrance of the commercial means of transport,

as well as information which must be reported are limited to the

the minimum necessary to ensure compliance with laws and regulations, the

the implementation of the Customs Administration is responsible for.



Notes



1. input the proposal on customs procedures may consist of several different

forms, bringing together all of the required information.



2. Some international agreements limit the information in the požadovatelné

the input of the proposal on customs procedures, in particular, annex to the Convention on the facilitation of

international maritime traffic (London, 9 April 1965), annex 9 to the Convention

on International Civil Aviation (Chicago, 7 December 1944)

International Convention to facilitate the crossing of frontiers for goods carried

by rail (TIF Convention, Geneva, 10 January 1952) and orders (text of the

1963) of the central Rhine Commission concerning the use of its manifest.



21. Norma

Authorities of the customs administration, where possible, limit the number of copies

input on the design of the customs procedure, the submission of the request.



22. Norma

If the Customs authorities may require the input of the proposal on

Customs control documents, agrees that these documents contained only

the information needed to validate this design on the customs control.



Note



Customs authorities may in particular require the submission of the following documents:

bills of lading, certificates of nationality or of registration in the register,

cejchovního certificates to a ship, logbook, cargo and transport

sheets.



23. The recommended practice

If the documents submitted to the Customs Office, drafted in a language which

use is not provided for this purpose or which is not a language

the country to which the commercial means of transport entered, they should not

the customs administration authorities consistently require a translation of the data contained

in these documents.



24. The recommended practice

They are going to change the existing forms to the relevant offices

the input of the proposal on customs procedures or develop new, they should

Customize your business forms design rights, laid down by the competent

international documents and combine two or more of these forms in the

only in cases where this is possible and when it will allow to submit

all the information required to draw up a proposal on the customs entry

control.



25. Norma

You cannot require that the documents be submitted or served with

authorities of the Customs Administration in connection with the entry of commercial traffic

the resource had to be legalized, controlled or validated

foreign representative of the country of entry of the commercial means of transport

or that he be provisionally presented.



Customs inspection



26. Norma

Customs inspection when it enters the commercial means of transport to

the designated customs office or at any other place shall be limited to the extent permitted by the measures,

necessary to ensure compliance with laws and regulations, the implementation

It is responsible for the customs administration, taking into account the nature of the business

means of transport and to the reason of their stay in the customs territory.



Notes



1. any commercial means of transport, which is only briefly, without

it enters or exits the passenger and without him

Dispose or load, usually subject to interpret only the General

the inspection measures.



2. the Customs Authorities may carry out customs inspections, in order to

convinced that the commercial means of transport technical

the conditions laid down in certain international agreements on the international

the carriage of goods.



27. Norma

Customs authorities being viewed, all the commercial traffic

resources, but only the customs inspections at random or

rarely.



Note



The national law may provide that, in the examination of the business

of transport crew to provide the authorities of the Customs Administration

assistance.



28. The recommended practice

If the customs administration authorities of their right to view

commercial means of transport, this should be the customs inspection

carried out as quickly as possible.



More inputs on the customs territory of the



29. Norma

If the commercial means of transport carried out multiple inputs

into the customs territory without entry into another country, are used by Customs

formalities as simple as possible, taking into account the already carried out

Customs control measures.



Note



Copy already submitted or the documents submitted to the authorities of the Customs Administration

may be the case that it is possible to meet the customs


formalities, used in other various points of entry, especially if

as to the goods destined to these different places.



The customs formalities relating to commercial means of transport in the

exit from the customs territory of the



30. Norma



Used by the customs formalities on exit of the commercial means of transport

from the customs territory shall be limited to measures to ensure:



and that the output on the proposal) Customs procedures, if required, is properly filed

the competent Customs Office;



(b)) that were accompanied by the Customs seal;



(c)), provided for the customs of the path are actually complied with;



(d)) business of transport out of the customs territory without

unjustified delays.



31. The recommended practice

Customs authorities should permit the use

the forms of the output of the proposal on customs procedures identical to the input

a proposal for a customs procedure with a condition that is clearly marked with their

use for output.



Note



Forms, some of the relevant international

agreements have been drawn up for their use both on entry,

so even when the output.



32. Norma

It is permitted to make commercial means of transport left the customs

the territory of the other than the input.



Damaged, destroyed or irrecoverably lost trade traffic

resources



33. Norma



Re-export of temporarily imported commercial means of transport,

damaged, destroyed or irrecoverably lost by accident or

force majeure, resulting in their stay in the customs territory shall not be required,

However, these can be:



and) put into free circulation in the territory of the country in the State in which the

There are, as if they had been imported in that State;



b) modified so as to have become devoid of all commercial price, and under the customs

control and without expenses for the State coffers, with the rest of the components and

the materials are subject to import duties and taxes applicable to them in the

the day on which they are submitted, and in a State in which they are located, at that time

or



c) with the consent of the customs administration authorities abandoned without expenses, in favour of

the State Treasury.



Information concerning customs formalities applicable to commercial transport

resources



34. Norma

The customs administrations shall ensure that each candidate could without difficulty

obtain all the necessary information concerning customs formalities,

relating to commercial means of transport.



Annex C1



The annex on export of goods into free circulation abroad



Introduction



For the export of goods into free circulation abroad usually applies fairly

simple customs formalities. While the design is usually required on Customs

proceedings in certain cases, it is sufficient for an exporter to submit customs

commercial document containing the required information of the goods exported. For

certain conditions may be exporters allowed to submit only one proposal

the customs control, or the General inventory in terms of all the exports that

has been carried out for some time.



In addition to selecting požadovatelných or export duties and taxes,

Customs inspection is carried out, in particular, to ensure the implementation of the

the national legal order, containing the export prohibitions and restrictions, and to

Verify the information, which lay down the internal taxes and charges,

which may, if appropriate, may be eligible for repayment or exemption. In addition, the

as a rule, be entrusted to the Customs House are collecting data needed to

the compilation of statistics of foreign trade.



Exported goods may also be subject to certain controls, which

do not the authorities of the customs administration, but other competent authorities that are

authorized to carry out, in particular, zvěrolékařskou, plant protection, and other

health control.



The provisions of this annex shall apply to the various formalities and acts (customs

formalities) that are required for the export goods into free circulation abroad

regardless of the mode of transport.



In accordance with the definition of export of goods into free circulation abroad, this

the annex does not apply to goods exported in drawbacku mode or in the framework of the

a processing procedure or for which the entitlement to

reimbursement of customs duties and taxes. Also, this annex does not apply to the goods

carried by post or in travellers ' baggage.



The definition of the



For the purposes of this Annex:



and) "export goods for free circulation abroad": the customs procedure applicable

to goods in free circulation, leave the customs territory and has to be permanently

left outside this territory, with the exception of goods exported under the scheme

drawbacku or under a processing procedure or for which the

is entitled to a refund of import duties and taxes;



(b)) ' goods in free circulation ": the items that may be from the customs

terms loosely treated;



(c)) "customs territory": territory in which fully apply the customs regulations of the State;



(d)) ' export duties and taxes "means: customs duties and any other taxes, charges and

other charges which are collected on or in connection with the export of

goods, but not including fees and charges which are limited in amount to the approximate

cost of services rendered;



e) "proposal to the customs control": the Act made in the form prescribed by the customs

the Administration, with the participants of the customs control indicate the customs procedure which

the item should be subjected to and shall communicate the information required by the Customs Administration when

the use of this procedure;



f) "Customs examination of goods": the Act whereby the Customs House physically examining the goods,

in order to determine whether its type, origin, condition, quantity and price match

the data referred to in the application for customs control;



(g) the term "person"): both natural and legal persons, unless the context

requires otherwise.



Policy



1. Norma

The export of goods in free circulation in a foreign country shall be governed by the provisions of the

of this annex.



2. Norma

National law shall determine the conditions and formalities

the export of goods in free circulation in a foreign country to meet.



Notes



1. the national legal order may, in particular provide for prohibitions or restrictions on exports

certain types of goods.



2. the duties of which are to be in the export of goods for free circulation shall meet,

They include mainly the production of a document and payment požadovatelných

export duties and taxes.



The competent Customs Office



3. Norma

Each customs administration shall determine the customs, which can be done

Customs procedure for release of goods for free circulation abroad. Define

the jurisdiction of each customs and shall determine their working time

taking into account the specific needs of business, industry and transport.



Notes



1. jurisdiction of some Customs may be limited to exports of goods,

carried out by certain modes of transport, on certain types of goods or to goods,

that comes from a certain area (for example, from the border zone or the

some industrial area).



2. the Customs Authorities may require that the export of certain types of

free circulation of goods in a foreign country that are subjected to special

control measures (for example, diamonds, antiques, works of art)

or the control of other competent authorities, carried out by the Customs to this

the purpose of the specially designed.



4. Norma

Customs will allow goods to be proposed to the

free circulation abroad for inland Customs.



Notes



1.Je-where circumstances warrant, may authorize the establishment of the customs tariff

in the rooms of one of the branches of the business.



2. where the goods are to be subject to customs inspection, performed usually in

inland Customs Office at which the goods are declared for free circulation in the

a foreign country.



3. the Customs Authorities may provide that the goods declared for free

circulation abroad at inland Customs

e, will be transported to the border customs office at the poukazovacím control.



5. Norma

The opposite of customs, located on a common frontier,

consolidate the customs administration of the States concerned, as far as possible, working hours,

as well as the responsibility of these customs.



Customs clearance of goods outside the business hours custom



6. Norma

At the request of the representative of the participant of the customs control and serious

the Customs Administration may allow, if the administration of the Organization

allows the free circulation of goods exported abroad was

customs-cleared outside working hours, and all expenses of

resulting may be charged to the participant of the Customs representative

control.



The representative of the participant of the customs control



7. Norma

National legal order lays down the conditions under which a person is

authorized to act as a representative of a participant of the customs control, as well as

the scope of its responsibilities and its rights.



Documentation on the export of goods into free circulation abroad



/a/



Form and content of the proposal on customs control



8. Norma

Design forms for customs procedures, used in the design

free circulation of goods in a foreign country conform to the official model,

laid down by the customs administration.



The Customs Administration has limited its requirements relating to the given information on the

information deemed necessary to make it possible to assess and

Select požadovatelná or export duties and taxes, or to return


internal taxes and charges to or from rescue, rebuild statistics and

perform other statutory and regulatory provisions, which is

the Customs Administration responsible.



Note



Customs administrations generally require:



and) information about people



-the name and address of the representative of the participant of the customs control;



-the name and address of the exporter;



-the name and address of the recipient.



(b)) traffic information



-mode of transport;



-identification of the means of transport.



c) information about the item



-country of destination;



-marking of the packages (marks and numbers, number and kind);



-the description of the goods;



-gross weight;



-net weight or quantity;



-value.



(d) where appropriate, the assessment) information for the required export duties and

fees



-entry of the customs tariff;



-the rate of the export duties and taxes;



-the amount of export duties and taxes.



e) other information



-the statistical number of a single type of goods;



-link on the submitted documents (such as export permits, health

certificates and j.).



(f)) the place, date and signature of the representative of a party of customs control



9. Recommended practice

Administrations that are preparing to revise the existing or

develop new design forms to the customs procedure used in

design of goods into free circulation abroad should, if possible,

use the single document referred to in Appendix I of this annex, in accordance

with notes, contained in Appendix II.



/b/



The adoption of a commercial document instead of an official form



10. The recommended practice

The Customs Administration should place the proposal on customs procedures to allow the

as far as possible the use of commercial document (for example,

invoice) containing the requested data on the goods exported.



1. Notes the customs administration are mostly comfortable with the presentation of the business

the document, if the goods are not subject to export duties and taxes, and

If the duty is not returned, or if the goods are exempt from taxes and internal

fees and if the design of the clearance procedure is not used to drawing up

statistics. 2. Recommendations concerning the model set of the invoice,

adapted to the needs of international trade, was taken at the European

Economic Commission for Europe (UN/ECE). This sample form is listed in

Appendix III. 3. the Customs Administration may accept commercial documents drawn up

using automatic data processing.



11. Recommended practice

Customs administrations should ensure that in agreement with the other

the competent authorities for the provision of foreign trade, to

all the documents to be produced for export of goods into free circulation in the

a foreign country could be limited to the normalized series of foreign

commercial documents.



Note the use of a standardised series of foreign trade documents

adjusted for the single document (or the Economic Commission for Europe

the corresponding) may be common information contained in these

the documents reproduced one of the matrix method on pre-printed or

not the forms.



/c/



The number of copies to be submitted



12. The recommended practice

Customs administrations should, if possible, limit the number of copies

proposals on customs or commercial document management that is representative of the

the participant shall be obliged to submit to the customs control.



/d/



Documents submitted with the proposal on the customs control, or with a commercial document



13. Standard

The proposal to the customs control, or the commercial document

the present representative of the participant of the customs control, the Customs shall require

only the documents management as they deem necessary to be carried out

checking and finding that all the provisions on the implementation of the

the prohibitions or other provisions have been complied with.



Note



The Customs Administration may, where appropriate, require the production of an export authorisation,

plant confirmation or other health certificate.



/e/



The repeated submission of proposals on customs procedures or commercial documents



14. Standard

The customs administration, in order to allow for their specified conditions could

in the case of frequent exports of goods carried out by the same person

submitted the only proposal on the customs control, or the General inventory,

that contains the requested data on exports, which this person performs

during a certain period of time.



Note 1. Customs Administration Authorities can provide this benefit with the

provided the exporter keeps proper commercial accounting and that you can do

the necessary control measures. 2. the Customs Authorities may, at the management representatives

participant of the customs proceedings require that whenever the exportation

a copy of the traffic or other evidence. 3. the Customs Authorities may

receive the summary inventories drawn up by automatic processing

the data.



Customs examination of goods



/a/



The scope of the customs inspection



15. Standard

The customs administration authorities limit the examination of the goods at the customs cases

When it deemed necessary to ensure the conservation of

statutory and regulatory provisions, the implementation of the customs

responsible for management.



Note



If the Customs authorities of the Customs examination of goods, limiting

This will determine the number of packages and the findings

the nature and quantity of the exported goods.



/b/



Customs inspection of goods outside the customs



16. Standard

If the Customs authorities of the customs administrations of the examination of the goods,

authorise, at the request of the customs management and the representative of a party from

serious reasons, the tour performed outside the customs,

While the expenses arising therefrom may be charged to the debit of

the representative of the participant of the customs control.



Note



Inspections can be carried out in rooms of a participant of the customs control at the time of

loading a container or means of transport.



/c/



Sampling at the customs



17. Standard

If it is necessary to take samples in order to ensure the implementation of the

the national legal order, limiting the amount of collected items on

the slightest degree.



The assessment and payment of export duties and taxes recoverable



18. Standard

National legal order lays down the rules under which

shall carry out the formalities and provide relief when the assessment and payment of

enforceable export duties and taxes when exported goods for free

circulation abroad.



The export of goods



/a/



Export permit



19. Norma



The goods shall be released for export as soon as the Customs and other competent authorities

shall carry out the necessary checks, if:



-the infringement has not been established,



-was submitted to the export permits or other necessary documents and



-uhražena was enforceable or export duties and taxes has been made

necessary measures to ensure their payment.



Note 1. Goods that are not exported immediately, as soon as it was given

the authorisation may be imposed under customs supervision until the time of his

actual export. 2. States may provide customs routes, t. s. Road,

Railway, water and other infrastructure (pipelines, etc.), which are to be

When you use the export of the goods.



20. Recommended practice

The export of goods should not be opožďován, therefore, that the proposal to the customs

management is incomplete, or that occur in documents smaller

the incorrectness, provided that this does not prejudice the interests of the Treasury, or

perform the necessary controls or prohibitions or restrictions in force in the

export.



/b/



Proof of the reception of the goods at destination



21. Norma

Customs shall not require the systematic submission of proof of

the reception of the goods to the place of destination abroad.



Notes



1. This evidence is generally required only for goods whose export is not

other evidence for which may be returned high internal taxes and charges

or may be exempted from them, and if it can be to worry about abuse, or

in the case of goods subject to special control (for example, weapons and

ammunition).



2. The proof required can be contained in a declaration made by the beneficiary and

the authorized authorities of the customs administrations of the State of destination.



/c/



Repayment of internal taxes and charges or exemption from



22. Norma

National legal order lays down the rules governing the formalities

on which depends the granting of any repayment of internal

taxes and fees or exemptions from them.



23. The recommended practice

For goods which may be due to its exports to the

free circulation abroad returned to internal taxes and charges or may

be exempt from them, this concession would be granted what

soon as possible after its exports.



Information on the free circulation of goods in a foreign country



24. Norma

The customs administration shall ensure that all interested parties could easily

obtain all the necessary information about the export of goods for free circulation

in a foreign country.



Appendix I

The sample form of the proposal on the release of goods for free circulation in the

foreign country



+-------------------------------+--------------------------------+

| Exporter/consignor | Proposal to the customs proceedings. |

| (name, address) | |

| | |

| | |

| | |

| | |

| | Custom House |

+-------------------------------+--------------------------------+


| Consignee (name, address) | Participant of the customs management |

| | (name, address) |

| | |

| | |

| | |

| | |

| | |

| +----------------+---------------+

| | Export permit | State of destination |

| | number | |

| | | |

+-------------------------------+----------------+---------------+

| Transport and labelling | Other accompanying documents |

| means of transport | |

| | |

| | |

+-------------------------------+--------------------------------+

| Marking of the packages (marks and numbers, number and kind); |

| the description of goods, gross weight | |

| |

| |

| |

| |

+----------------------------------------------------------------+

| Building classification, statistical number, net weight |

| or quantity, value, type of rate and the amount of duties and taxes |

| |

| |

| |

| |

| |

| |

| |

| |

| Free to use |

| |

| |

| |

| |

| +------------------------------+

| | Proposal on customs procedures in |

| | export |

| | |

| |------------------------------+

| | The place, date and signature of the |

| participant of the customs control | |

| | |

| | |

| | |

| | |

| | |

+---------------------------------+------------------------------+



Appendix II



Notes



1. the standard form has dimensions of the ISO international format A4 (210x297

mm). the form should have the edge at the top of 10 mm and 20 mm Spacing to the left.

should be multiples of 4.24 mm and a reflection of 2.54 mm. Construction would

should be in accordance with the model form set out in annex 1. Smaller

variations in the size of the sections are permissible in the event that it requires

the specific reason the issuing State, such as. the use of non-metric

the system of weights and measures, the peculiarities of the nationally prescribed systems documents

etc.



2. States may set standards for paper and use scales m2

the machine produced a watermark to prevent forgery.



3. only the dimensions are Normalized and edit, with the headings referred to in

sections of the standard form should be used to identify the contents of the

the information that should appear on the site in advance. According to my

each State the option to replace such wording, if it deems it

more appropriate and provided that this wording does not change the meaning of information, as

is set out in the model of the form.



4. the Customs Administration may omit on their forms those rubrics

the model set, that they are not required. Thus created

empty space can be used for official use.



5. for the location of the sections, which require customs administrations and which are not

included in the sample form can be used in space, intended to

free use.



Appendix III

Sample invoice form



+----------------------------------+-----------------------------+

| The seller | The date and number of the invoice |

| | |

| | Other links |

+----------------------------------+-----------------------------+

| Recipient | The buyer (if different |

| | from the beneficiary) |

| | |

| | |

| | |

| +-----------------------------+

| | |

| | The country of origin of goods |

+----------------------------------+-----------------------------+

| Traffic information | Sales and payment |

| | terms and conditions |

| | |

| | |

| | |

+----------------------------------+---------+----------+--------+

| Marks and numbers, number and kind of | Gross | Volume |

| the packages; | weight | M3 |

| description of goods (full and/or condensed) | kg | |

| | | |

| | | |

+---------------------------------+----------+----------+--------+

| Description of goods | Quantity | Price per | The amount of |

| (full and/or condensed) | | drive | |

| | | | |

| | | | |

| | | | |

| | | | |

| | | | |

| | | | |

| | | | |

| Free to use | | | |

| | | | |

| +----+----------+----------+--------+

| | Packaging | Including | Except |

| | | above | above |

| | | presents | presents |

| | | lated | lated |

| +---------------+----------+--------+

| | Cargo | | |

| +---------------+----------+--------+

| | Other | | |

| | costs | | |

| | (break down) | | |

| +---------------+----------+--------+

| | Insurance | | |

| +---------------+----------+--------+

| The total invoiced amount |

| |

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