Customs Clearance Procedures For Ship Supply

Original Language Title: Muitošanas kārtība kuģa apgādē

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Cabinet of Ministers Regulations No. 7 of 2006 in Riga in January (pr 3. No 1 11) customs clearance procedures for the supply of the vessel Issued under the Customs Act article 4, third paragraph i. General questions 1. determines the procedure of customs clearance by providing supplies, spare parts and equipment, the ship which carried out between folksy services (also between the Member States of the European Union). 2. The terms used in the following terms: 2.1.-goods stocks, including consumable goods, intended for use on the ship, as well as fuel and lubricant (excluding equipment and spare parts);
2.2. equipment, movable, but not consumable things (excluding spare parts) on board and use, including accessories (such as lifeboats, life-saving accessories, furniture, bed linen, curtains);
2.3. spare parts, repair or replacement of items for the same land, which is carried in the ship;
2.4. monitoring by the Customs Office, Customs Office, which controlled territory the bunkering vessel. 3. Supplying ships with inventory, goods under customs clearance mode, depending on the status of the goods: 3.1 when they delivered the ship;
3.2. whether the ship leaves the customs territory of the European Community or does not leave it. 4. the supplying ship with equipment and spare parts, the customs clearance mode, taking into account: 4.1 equipment and spare parts of the goods at the time when the supply ship;
4.2. the nationality of the ship (the flag). 5. the supply of petroleum products in accordance with the procedure laid down in these rules can use bunkering vessel. II. Customs clearance arrangements for items 6. If the vessel leaves the customs territory of the European Community: 6.1. Community goods placed under a customs procedure, removal;
6.2. non-Community goods under the customs regime of re-export;-
6.3. non-Community goods under a Customs transit procedure — if the European Community customs territory goods have not been placed under one of the customs procedures with economic impact, in accordance with the Commission on July 2, 1993, Regulation (EEC) No 2454/93 laying down provisions for the implementation of Council Regulation (EEC) No 2913/92 establishing the Community customs code "" (hereinafter Regulation No 2454/93), title III "customs procedures with economic impact". 7. If the vessel leaves the customs territory of the European Community, in accordance with the Council of 12 October 1992 Regulation (EEC) No 2913/92 "On the Community customs code" article 68 the economic operator as additional information on the news and declared the customs procedure applied for compliance shall be submitted to the Customs authorities a document certifying that the vessel will leave the customs territory of the European communities, or certify it with the inscription on the supporting documents submitted. 8. If the ship does not leave the customs territory of the European Community or goods consumed in the customs territory of the European Community: 8.1. Community goods customs clearance mode does not apply. In designing the delivery consignment note;

8.2. non-Community goods under the customs procedure of release for free circulation. 9. the movement of excisable goods supply vessel, shall also apply to laws and regulations of the movement of excisable goods. III. the application of the arrangements for customs clearance of equipment and spare parts 10. If Community vessel delivered equipment and spare parts, which have the status of Community goods, customs clearance arrangements. If Community vessel delivered equipment and spare parts, which are non-Community status of goods, customs procedures, release for free circulation. 11. If the third ship delivered equipment and spare parts, which have the status of Community goods placed under a customs procedure, removal. If the non-delivery of the ship equipment and spare parts, which are non-Community status of goods, customs procedures, transit clearance arrangements — — or the re-export from the customs territory of the community. IV. use of vessel bunkering vessel supply To ship 12 petroleum-supply used for bunkering vessel, the merchant must have a customs warehouse holding permit. Customs warehouses holding authorisation is not required when used only as a bunkering vessel, vehicle and fuel it is not stored. 13. the supply of petroleum products through bunkering vessel, in Regulation No 2454/93 provided for customs procedures, customs warehouse, the import conditions of application. V. the simplified declaration procedures for the supply of petroleum products using a 14. bunkering vessel to simplify order declared the ship supply of petroleum products through bunkering vessel, the trader legislation in order to receive the permission of simplified declaration. 15. for the ship's supply of petroleum products from bunkering vessel, a merchant vessel for each planned supply with oil products shall be submitted to the customs authority the simplified declaration. 16. the customs officer recorded the simplified declarations received. 17. If the supply of petroleum products from bunkering vessel intended to carry out the surveillance of the Customs authorities controlled marinas, operator supervision by the Customs authorities shall provide the simplified declaration. Supervisory customs authority stamped the simplified declaration with the Customs office stamp (including date), register it and leave yourself a copy. The other copy shall be submitted to the customs authority of the merchant, which controlled territory will be in the actual ship's supplies of oil products. 18. the Customs authorities shall adopt the simplified declaration and made its mark in the form of Customs stamps, giving permission to take the ship's supply of petroleum products from bunkering vessel. 19. before the departure of the ship, but no later than the next working day after completion of the ship's supplies of oil products from bunkering vessel, the Merchant shall provide petroleum products of the reception and transmission of customs authority, which controlled territory the actual supply. 20. the officers of the Customs authorities which controlled territory the actual ship's supplies, compare the simplified declaration and the adoption of petroleum products and putting in the specified quantity of petroleum products, stamped copies of the simplified declarations with the stamp of the Customs Office (including date), as well as to approve the revisions to the personal stamp and signature. 21. The operator who handled the ship's supply of petroleum products through bunkering vessel, the simplified declaration within the time limit set in the authorisation of the customs authority surveillance shall furnish a supplementary declaration. 22. to design the additional declaration, the Merchant shall provide the supervisory Customs Office which launched the customs clearance arrangements, additional copies of the Declaration, endorsed by the Customs Office under whose control the territory an actual ship's supplies. Prime Minister a. Halloween Finance Minister o. Spurdziņš