Agreement To Act As Direct Representative

2.1 The contracting entity is required to make available to the direct representative all documents, information and data necessary for the implementation of this contract (including for each shipment/transaction) that may be required on the basis of the current rules and regulations and this agreement. If the customs officer acts as a direct representative, it is his contracting entity and not the registrant. This is important because all additional taxes are addressed to the contractor and not to customs officers. This does not mean that the customs officer is free of risk. Most customs officers have a continuous customs guarantee or a current account. During the period during which a declaration has “current verification” status, the customs officer`s guarantee is used as collateral on customs debt. 1.3 The direct representative is authorized to refuse acts and activities arising from this contract/authorization, provided that he or she reports them as soon as possible. The principal obliged, in accordance with Articles 18 and 19 of the Customs Code of the Union 952/2013, authorizes and issues, contrary to the agreed remuneration, orders to file the import declarations as a direct representative on behalf of the adjudicator power. This authorization and order apply to the shipment of goods submitted by or on behalf of the customer for whom the customer maco Customs Service Netherlands B.V. provided the records/information sent via the EYouCommerce platform. This authorization and order include all acts and communications until the completion of the review of the declaration and those relating to the issuance of the notification of the amount of the customs debt. The order gives a power of attorney to the customs officer to carry out the customs formalities on his behalf. The “Authorization to Act as a Direct Representative” agreement of FENEX and evofenedex is often used for this purpose.

This model is considered a standard model by customs officers, contracting entities and customs authorities. It is important to note that, in this agreement, the FENEX conditions apply to the relationship between the pre-agent at customs and his principal. These fenex conditions are often applied in the sector and protect customs officers from the risks of excessive liability arising from the execution of customs procedures; In principle, liability is limited to 10,000 SDRs, about EUR 12,500. 5.3 The provisions of the agreement/authorization continue to apply after revocation/revocation, as they are related to the performance of the access period obligations imposed on behalf of the government. 5.1 This agreement/approval is concluded with effect for an indeterminate period. The agreement/authorization can be terminated/resuscitated in due course. Many importers and exporters choose to handle their customs procedures through the customs officer. Options are therefore a direct or indirect representation. The most frequent representation is the direct representation to which the customs officer acts on behalf of and on behalf of his principal. In the case of indirect representation, the customs officer acts on his own behalf, but on behalf of his principal.

3.1 Unless otherwise agreed, the direct representative`s facilities are used to provide security and to ensure the payment of customs duties, other taxes and taxes to customs authorities. In addition, the principal obliged Maco Customs Service approves Netherlands B.V.