Start Thinking Export!

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DIANE Publishing, 1993 - 92 pages
Provides the small business owner with answers to basic, but very important questions regarding the process of international trade. A handy reference guide providing important information and resources to assist you in international trade endeavors. Covers: your exporting plan, how to get your product from here to there, how do you get paid, and much more.`
 

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Page 41 - ... was duly signed for and in behalf of said corporation by authority of its governing body, and is within the scope of its corporate powers. [CORPORATE...
Page 41 - A customs power of attorney executed in favor of a licensed customhouse broker may specify that the power of attorney is granted to the customhouse broker to act through any of its licensed officers or any employee specifically authorized to act for such customhouse broker by power of...
Page 41 - I am the of , organized under the laws of the State of ; that , who signed this power of attorney on behalf of the donor, Is the of the said corporation ; and that said power of attorney was duly signed, sealed, and attested for and in behalf of said corporation, by authority of its governing body as the same appears in a resolution of the Board of Directors passed at a regular meeting held on the day of , now in my possession or custody. I further certify that the resolution is in accordance with...
Page 41 - ... (b) Notice to client of method of payment. (1) All brokers shall provide their clients with a written notification as follows: If you are the importer of record, payment to the broker will not relieve you of liability for Customs charges (duties, taxes, or other debts owed Customs) in the event the charges are not paid by the broker. Therefore, if you pay by check. Customs charges may be paid with a separate check payable to the "US Customs Service" which shall be delivered to Customs by the...
Page 41 - State in which incorporated shall be inserted in the appropriate place in the body of the bond, and said instrument shall be executed and attested under the corporate seal as indicated in the form. If the corporation has no corporate seal the fact shall be stated; in which case a scroll or adhesive seal shall appear following the corporate name.
Page 41 - ... declaration of proprietor on drawback entry, declaration of exporter on drawback entry, or any other affidavit or document which may be required by law or regulation for drawback purposes, regardless of whether such bill of lading, sworn statement, schedule, certificate, abstract, declaration, or other affidavit or document is intended for filing in said...
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Page 41 - ... customs district; To sign, seal, and deliver for and as the act of said grantor any bond required by law or regulation in connection with the entry or withdrawal of imported merchandise or merchandise exported with or without benefit of drawback, or in connection with the entry, clearance, lading, unlading or navigation of any vessel or other means of conveyance owned or operated by said grantor, and any and all bonds...
Page 54 - The dock receipt is used to transfer accountability when the export item is moved by the domestic carrier to the port of embarkation and left with the international carrier for export.

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