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IT IS REGISTERED:

Minister of Justice

Oleg Efrim

of November 6, 2012 No. 900

ORDER OF CUSTOMS SERVICE OF THE REPUBLIC OF MOLDOVA

of July 12, 2012 No. 325

About approval of the Instruction on request and provision of obligatory information on goods origin

In pursuance of Art. 215-1 and 215-2 of the Customs code of the Republic of Moldova approved by the Law No. 1149-XIV of July 20, 2000 (it is repeatedly published in the Official monitor of the Republic of Moldova, the special edition of January 1, 2007), with subsequent changes and amendments, the Law of the Republic of Moldova No. 1380XIII of November 20, 1997 about customs tariff (it is repeatedly published in the Official monitor of the Republic of Moldova, the special edition of January 1, 2007), with subsequent changes and amendments, the Orders of the Government No. 1599 of December 13, 2002 about rules of goods origin (The official monitor of the Republic of Moldova, 2002, No. 174-176, of the Art. 1755), and also based on item 8 of the Regulations on Customs Service approved by the Order of the Government No. 4 of January 2, 2007. (The official monitor of the Republic of Moldova, 2007, with subsequent changes and amendments, I ORDER to No. 3-5/15):

1. Approve the Instruction on request and provision of obligatory information on goods origin, according to appendix.

2. To confer responsibility for execution of this Order on management of the organization of customs control.

3. To impose control over execution of this Order on department of the income and customs control.

 

CEO of Customs Service

Tudor Balitski

Appendix

to the Order of Customs Service of the Republic of Moldova of July 12, 2012 No. 325

Instruction on request and provision of obligatory information on goods origin

I. General provisions

1. This Instruction on request and provision of obligatory information on goods origin (further - the Instruction) partially adopts Article 5-14 of Regulations of the Commission (EU) No. 2454/93 of the July 2, 1993 determining provisions by implementation of Regulations of Council (EU) No. 2913/92 of October 12, 1992 of the regulation of the procedure of request and provision of obligatory information on goods origin establishing the Customs code of Community published in the Official magazine EC, series L No. 253 of October 11, 1993 for the purpose of.

2. In this Instruction on request and provision of obligatory information on goods origin the following concepts mean:

a) obligatory information on goods origin (further - OIP) - the information on goods origin issued by Customs Service, which is obligatory for customs (customs posts) when conditions of this Instruction are satisfied;

b) the applicant - any person who is in writing addressing for provision of obligatory information on goods origin and having the reasonable reasons for this purpose;

c) the owner - person on whose name obligatory information on goods origin is issued.

II. Procedure of request and provision of obligatory information on goods origin

3. Applications for provision of obligatory information on goods origin are issued in writing according to sample from appendix No. 1 to this Instruction and go to the address of Customs Service.

4. The statement for provision of OIP shall belong to one type of goods and to one set of the circumstances concerning goods origin and to contain the following data:

a) name/name, residence/address and contact phone / fax of the owner;

b) the name/name, the residence/address and contact phone / fax of the applicant if he is not owner;

c) the legislation (The Customs code No. 1149-XIV of July 20, 2000, the Law on customs tariff No. 1380-XIII of November 20, 1997, the Order of the Government No. 1599 of December 13, 2002 about rules of goods origin, international agreements which party is the Republic of Moldova);

d) the detailed description of goods and their classification according to the Nomenclature of goods;

e) the structure of goods and methods of research used for its determination and EXW price according to Incoterms delivery condition if it is necessary;

f) the conditions allowing to determine origin; the used materials and their origin; tariff classification; the cost and the description of circumstances - the rule of change of tariff line item, value added, the description of the processing taking place or conversions or any specific rule within which these conditions are satisfied; in particular it is necessary to specify the applied rule of origin and origin which is requested for these goods;

g) samples, photos, plans, catalogs, acts of preliminary inspection of production process or any other available documents on structure of goods and on the used materials which can be useful to process description of production or processing/conversion of materials;

h) consent to provide transfer of any enclosed document into state language at the request of Customs Service;

i) transfer of data which should be considered confidential;

j) information that earlier the application was submitted to Customs Service or the provisional tariff solution about classification of goods or OIP concerning the materials or goods identical or homogeneous described in Item d) and f) was passed if the applicant has such information;

k) consent to registration of provided information in the database of Customs Service and on that the OIP elements, including any photo, the sketch, the booklet, etc., were published on the Internet, except for information which the applicant specified as confidential, to which regulations of the current legislation on information security are applied.

5. In case of need of provision of additional documents the Customs Service till 30 calendar days requests them in writing from the applicant.

6. Obligatory information on goods origin is issued free of charge and is brought to the attention of the applicant in writing in perhaps shortest possible time.

7. Obligatory information on goods origin is drawn up in 2 copies according to appendix No. 2 to this Instruction. The first copy is issued to the applicant, the second copy on which reverse side the applicant undersigned for receipt of the first copy remains in Customs Service.

8. The data containing both in the statement for provision of OIP, and in the issued OIP are registered in the centralized database of Customs Service.

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