customs consignee

  • 1 consignee — The party named in the bill of lading to whom delivery is promised and/or title is passed. Bloomberg Financial Dictionary ( duty suspension) The person to whom duty suspended goods are consigned and who accounts for those goods in the Member… …

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  • 2 customs broker — a person or firm that clears goods or merchandise through customs for a consignee or shipper. Also called customhouse broker. * * * customs broker, a person who, for a fee, specializes in clearing goods for importers through customs …

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  • 3 customs broker — a person or firm that clears goods or merchandise through customs for a consignee or shipper. Also called customhouse broker. * * * …

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  • 4 authorised consignee — A person who has been authorised to receive at his premises or at any other specified place goods under a transit procedure without presenting them and the transit declaration at the office of destination. EU Customs Glossary …

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  • 5 Bill of lading — Admiralty law History …

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  • 6 Freight forwarder — The storefront of one of many freight forwarders located around Guangzhou s garment districts. The list of destinations indicate that this business serves importers of Chinese clothes to countries such as Russia and Azerbaijan. A freight… …

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  • 7 International commercial law — is the body of law that governs international sale transactions. [Mo, John S.; International Commercial Law (2003) 1.] A transaction will qualify to be international if elements of more than one country are involved. [Pryles, Jeff Waincymer, and… …

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  • 8 Freight interline system — The freight interline system is a system of relations between trucking companies, rail, and airline networks. Interline freight is cargo that moves between different transportation companies on its journey from origin to consignee. An interline… …

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  • 9 Affreightment — Admiralty law History …

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  • 10 commercial transaction — ▪ economics Introduction       in law, the core of the legal rules governing business dealings. The most common types of commercial transactions, involving such specialized areas of the law and legal instruments as sale of goods and documents of… …

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  • 11 consignor — ( duty suspension) The authorised person from whose premises goods are dispatched in duty suspension. HM Customs & Revenue Glossary * * * consignor con‧sign‧or [kənˈsaɪnə ǁ ər] noun [countable] 1. TRANSPORT a person or organization that sends… …

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  • 12 Airport — For other uses, see Airport (disambiguation). Pulkovo Airport in Saint Petersburg, Russia (2005) …

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  • 13 Illegal drug trade in the People's Republic of China — The illegal drug trade in China is influenced by factors such as history, location, size, population, and current economic conditions which are good. China has one fifth of the world s population and a large and expanding economy. Opium has… …

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  • 14 List of law topics (A-E) — NOTOC Law [From Old English lagu something laid down or fixed ; legal comes from Latin legalis , from lex law , statute ( [http://www.etymonline.com/index.php?search=law searchmode=none Law] , Online Etymology Dictionary; [http://www.m… …

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  • 15 Less than truckload shipping — Less Than Truckload (LTL) shipping is the transportation of relatively small freight. The alternatives to LTL carriers are parcel carriers or full truckload carriers. Parcel carriers usually handle small packages and freight that can be broken… …

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  • 16 Tisha Beav — Veillée du 9 av au pied du Mur occidental, entre 1977 et 1981 Nom officiel Tisha beav (תשעה באב « neuvième jour d av ») Autre nom Jeûne du cinquième moi …

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  • 17 logistics — /loh jis tiks, leuh /, n. (used with a sing. or pl. v.) 1. the branch of military science and operations dealing with the procurement, supply, and maintenance of equipment, with the movement, evacuation, and hospitalization of personnel, with the …

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  • 18 Admiralty law — Hi …

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  • 19 Consular Invoice — A document certifying a shipment of goods and shows information such as the consignor, consignee and value of the shipment. A consular invoice can be obtained through a consular representative of the country you re shipping to. The consular… …

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  • 20 entry at customhouse — The exhibition or depositing by a ship s officer of the papers required by law, at the customhouse, or the giving of information to customs authorities with respect to the ship s cargo, for the purpose of securing permission to land or to… …

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