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Convention internationale du 3 novembre 1923 pour la simplification des formalités douanières : signée à Genève le 3 novembre 1923 : application de l'article 10 de cette convention = International convention of novembe r 3rd, 1923, relating to the simplification of customs formalites : signed at Geneva
Under the Roumanian Customs Law and Article 10 of the International Convention of 1923, foreign manufacturers, traders and commercial travel1ers are obliged to present an identity card in order to be able to import, temporarily duty free, samples which are liable to duty.
Samples of goods are admitted temporarily duty free without an identity card being required.
Manufacturers, traders or commercial travel1ers established in a State party to the International . Convention of 1923 are grantedtemporary admission duty free for samples and specimens liable to import duty upon productionof an identity cardo
Manufacturers, traders or commercial travel1ers established in other countries are not required to present an identity card, but they must make a special application to the Customs import office, which decides whether the samples and specimens may or may not be granted the privilege of temporary admission free of duty ..
Manufacturers, traders or commercial travel1ers who exercise their profession in Switzerland must hold the identity card provided for in the International Convention of 1923, or an equivalent identity card if they represent a firm the head office of which is situated in a country which has not acceded to this Convention.
The Customs authorities do not,however, require the production of the identity card in order to allow samples and specimens liable to duty to be temporarily imported free of duty.
Both on importing and exporti g samples, foreign travel1ers wishing to benefit by the system of temporary exemption from duty must present their identity card at the Customs office.
Under this system, samples addressed to foreign commercial travel1ers, either before or after the arrival of the latter, may be cleared through the Customs by an agent, who must produce the identity card of the person for whom he is acting.
ADMINISTRATIVE DISTRICT OF. TUNIS.
Although travel1ers are not bound to carry an identity card, it is to their interest to do so, as this exempts them from having to obtain the professional identity card instituted in France by the law of October 8th, 1919, for the use of commercial travel1ers, the regulations of which were
. extended to Tunis by beylical decree of February 6th, 1920. .
It is necessary to have this card in order to obtain the privilege oí temporary exemption from duty for samples and specimens liable to import duty.
UNION OF. SOUTH AFRICA.
The production of an identity card is not obligatory in order to have samples liable to duty temporarily admitted duty free. However, the privilege is limited to samples imported as specimens íorthe purpose of obtaining orders, but is not extended to any which may be soldo Re-exportation in entirety is therefore compulsory.
In order to carry out Customs operations either on the temporary importation or on the export of samples and models, foreign manufacturers, traders and commercial travel1ers must present an identity cardo
They may be represented by a third party, provided that such party presents to the Customs Office the identity card of the manufacturer, trader or commercial travel1er concemed. The number of the card must be mentioned on the Customs forms.