The Order In Which The Economic Operator Shall Be Issued Independently Of The Powers To Declare The Origin Of The Goods

Original Language Title: Kārtība, kādā komersantam izsniedz pilnvaru patstāvīgi deklarēt preču izcelsmi

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Cabinet of Ministers Regulations No. 939, Riga, 21 November 2006 (pr. No 61 § 3) procedure for the operator to issue your own powers to declare the origin of the goods released under the Customs Act article 4, third paragraph 1. determines the order in which the State revenue service's main customs administration issued to the operator independently of the powers to declare the origin of the goods (hereinafter referred to as the authority). 2. To be able to independently declare the origin of the goods, the merchant must obtain approved exporter status and to receive the mandate in accordance with the decisions amending the Protocol to the agreement on the definition of the concept of originating products and methods of administrative cooperation, and which adopted the European Union with third countries (hereinafter – trade agreement). 3. a decision on granting the status of approved exporters and the issue of the powers of the State revenue service accepts the main customs administration. 4. The State revenue service's main customs administration is granted to approved exporters authorised economic operator status and allow yourself to declare the origin of the goods, provided that the following conditions are met: 4.1 the merchant is registered in the commercial register of companies;
4.2. Merchant economic activities carried out by at least two years, including exported goods for at least a year;
4.3. economic operator produces products under the trade agreement comply with the origin criteria for acquisition (for information following the trade agreement list is made public by the State revenue service home page on the internet);
4.4. Merchant during the year, exporting goods, shall be at least one post a week, in LCY, the value of which is equivalent to or more than 6000 euros according to the exchange rate determined in accordance with the trade agreement, the transaction period.
4.5. Merchant during the year is not punished for administrative violations in the field of customs;
4.6. the merchant during the year are not penalized for the use of the guarantee or the laws and regulatory violations;
4.7. the merchant does not have tax debt. 5. to obtain the status of approved exporters and proxies, the State revenue service operator in the main customs administration shall submit the following documents: 5.1. Submissions recognized exporter status and powers;
5.2. list of goods to be exported, which contains the product description and combined nomenclature code;
5.3. the raw materials used in the manufacture of goods list that shows the origin of the raw materials;
5.4. Description of the technological process of production;
5.5. If necessary, in accordance with the trade agreement, other documents demonstrating compliance with the origin of the goods. 6. If the State revenue service's main Customs Administration believes that the information in its possession is not sufficient for a decision, it shall request additional information on the origin of the goods, as well as, if need be, goods in the shop are surveyed to determine the origin of the goods. 7. on the basis of the document and, if necessary, on the shop floor of the survey results, the State revenue service's main customs administration: 7.1. adopt written decision on granting the status of approved exporters and issue a token;
7.2. adopt written decision on refusal to grant the status of approved exporters and issue a token. 8. The operator, preventing the Customs authorities indicated shortcomings, has the right to resubmit the documents necessary for approved exporters status and authority. 9. the customs authority shall revoke the mandate, defined by the relevant sales agreement the construction. Prime Minister a. Halloween Finance Minister o. Spurdziņš