“Customs” requires the extracted to sign a declaration of authenticity of the documents submitted on the shipment (document).
A number of the extractors criticized the issuance by the Customs Authority of what is known as the “declaration” that the extractor will sign, to prove that the documents submitted by it are correct. The abstract bears civil and criminal liability for the authenticity of the documents. The declaration, issued today, by the Customs Authority, stipulated that the person submitting the documents and documents related to the shipment had submitted identical documents thereto, and he bore civil and criminal responsibility for their authenticity. The extracts indicated that this decision was issued 3 years ago, and that it was contested by the extractors and the lack of recognition of the authenticity of the documents. Abstract: The abstract is just a deputy for the person concerned. Khaled Fathallah, “Extractor”, indicated that it is difficult to approve what was approved by the Customs Authority, especially since there are many participants in the commercial process, whether “importing or exporting”, and the extractor is acting as a deputy for the concerned person “the importing exporter” and he is not required to be aware All documents are valid.