The Contracting Parties,
Desiring to facilitate the development of international touring,
Having regard to the aims of the Convention on Road Traffic, adopted by the United Nations Conference on Road and Motor Transport held at Geneva from 23 August to 19 September 1949 and opened for signature at Geneva on 19 September 1949,
1.
Notwithstanding the requirement of re-exportation laid down in article 12, the re-exportation of badly damaged vehicles shall not be required, in the case of duly authenticated accidents, provided that the vehicles:
(a) are subjected to the import duties and import taxes to which they are liable; or
(b) are abandoned free of all expenses to the Exchequer of the country into which they were imported temporarily, in which case the holder of the temporary importation papers shall be exempt from import duties and import taxes; or
(c) are destroyed, under official supervision, at the expense of the parties concerned, any salvaged parts and materials being subjected to the import duties and import taxes to which they are liable
as the Customs authorities may require.
2.
When a vehicle temporarily admitted cannot be re-exported as a result of a seizure, other than a seizure made at the suit of private persons, the requirement of re-exportation within the period of validity of the temporary importation papers shall be suspended for the duration of the seizure.
3.
The Customs authorities shall notify, so far as possible, to the guaranteeing association, seizures made by or on behalf of these Customs authorities of vehicles admitted under cover of temporary importation papers guaranteed by that association and shall advise it of the measures they intend to take.
4.
When the vehicle or the object listed in the papers are either lost or stolen during the course of seizure only during the period when the public authority possesses the vehicle or the object other than a seizure made at the suit of private persons, no import duties or import taxes can be levied against the holder of the temporary importation papers, who should submit evidence of seizure to the Customs Authorities.
Inhoudsopgave
CUSTOMS CONVENTION ON THE TEMPORARY IMPORTATION OF PRIVATE ROAD VEHICLES
+ CHAPTER I. Definitions
+ CHAPTER II. Importation without payment of import duties and import taxes and free of import prohibitions and restrictions
+ CHAPTER III. Issue of temporary importation papers
+ CHAPTER IV. Particulars on temporary importation papers
- CHAPTER V. Conditions of temporary importation
+ CHAPTER VI. Extension of validity and renewal of temporary importation papers
+ CHAPTER VII. Regularization of temporary importation papers
+ CHAPTER VIII. Miscellaneous Provisions
+ CHAPTER IX. Final Provisions
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