Disposition D.N.C.I. Nº 1525/98

SEEN Law No. 22,802, the resolution of the Ministry of Industry, Trade and Mining No. 92 of February 16, 1998, and WHEREAS:
That the aforementioned resolution set out in article 4, the customs enforcement of the requirements the same for products of foreign origin.
That the provision of the National Directorate of Domestic Trade No. 1009 of August 13, 1998, establishes a suitable procedure for customs clearance of goods arriving in the country without the required documentation by the present regime.
That, however, calls wreaths or Christmas lights are a special case in which a high degree of compliance of existing rules is observed, thereby endangering the safety of their users.
I pointed out that, added to the seasonality of demand for these products imposes a stricter treatment check their safety.
That this is issued in exercise of the powers conferred by Article 10 of Resolution of the Ministry of Industry, Trade and Mining No. 524 of August 20, 1998.
Article 1 .- The established by this provision covers imports of products called garlands and Christmas lights, designed for a voltage greater than twenty four (24) volt supply and to enter the country, do not have the documentation required by the SIC & M. Resolution No. 92/98.
Article 2 .- In cases reached by the previous article the Directorate General of Customs may authorize the issuance of the respective goods space “without the right to use” that is operated under the terms of Law No. 22,802, when there is a request to that effect made by the importer to the National Directorate of Domestic Trade and properly operated by it stating, in an affidavit, the quantity and type of merchandise, country of origin and the address where remain regularización.La deposited to your application referred must be accompanied by three (3) units of each of the products involved, as samples.
ARTICLE 3 .- The importer shall have fifteen (15) days to complete the requirements, debiéndolo prove to the National Directorate of Domestic Trade, which shall then verify that fact and, if applicable, to lift the intervention within ten (10) business days of receipt of the relevant application.
Article 4 .- Violations of the provisions of this Order shall be punished according to the provisions of Law No. 22,802.
ARTICLE 5 .- This provision shall take effect on the day following its publication in the Official Gazette.
Article 6 .- communicated, published, submitted to the National Official Registry and filed.

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