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Alteration, Renewal and Cancel of the Registration of a Consignee or Consignor of Imported or Exported Goods (General Import & Export Enterprises)
08/19/2005



Article 1 Alteration of registration
Where some modifications have been made to the name, enterprise nature and legal representative (person-in-charge) of a consignee or consignor of imported or exported goods and other Customs registration details, the consignee or consignor shall, go through the modification formalities by submitting its modified business license issued by the administration for industry and commerce or other approval documents and photocopies thereof to the Customs in the place where it is registered within 30 days as of the date on which the modifications are approved.
 
Article 2 Renewal of certificate
1. The period of validity of the certificate
The Customs Declaration Registration Certificate of the People’s Republic of China for Customs Broker is valid for a period of 2 years; while the Customs Declaration Registration Certificate for Consignees or Consignors of Imported or Exported Goods is valid for a period of 3 years. A consignee or consignor of imported or exported goods shall go through the formalities for the renewal of its certificate with the local Customs in the place where it is registered 30 days prior to the expiration of its registration certificate.
Where any consignee or consignor of imported or exported goods fails to renew its certificate with the Customs within the specified time period, the Customs Declaration Registration Certificate for Consignees or Consignors of Imported or Exported Goods shall be automatically invalidated.
2. Submission of the materials for the renewal
When applying for the renewal of its certificate, a consignee or consignor of imported or exported goods shall submit the following materials to the local Customs in the place where it is registered:
a. the photocopy of the duplicate of its business license for enterprise legal person (in case of any sole proprietorship, joint venture or individual business, its business license shall be submitted);
b. a photocopy of the registration and record-filing form for a foreign trade dealer (except for a consignee or consignor of imported or exported goods that is not subject to the record-filing and registration procedures as required by the laws, administrative regulations or the Ministry of Commerce);
c. a photocopy of the Certificate of Approval for Establishment of Enterprises with Foreign Investment in the People's Republic of China and a photocopy of the Certificate of Approval for Establishment of Enterprises with Investment of Taiwan, Hong Kong, Macao and Overseas Chinese in the People's Republic of China (to be submitted only by foreign-invested enterprises);
d. an Information Registration Form for a Declaration Agent;
e. an Information Registration Form for a Declarer (where there is no declarer, the form need not be submitted); and
f. an Information Registration Form for the Management of a Declaration Agent.3. The examination, approval and handling by the Customs
Any declaration agent whose application materials are complete and conform to the statutory formats shall be issued with a Declaration Registration Certificate for Consignors or Consignees of Imported or Exported Goods Issued by the Customs of the People's Republic of China by the local Customs in the place where it is registered.
 
Article 3 Deregistration



Any consignee or consignor of imported or exported goods that falls under any of the following circumstances shall notify the Customs in the place where it is registered in writing. The Customs shall, after completing the relevant formalities, proceed to cancel its registration in accordance with the law:
1. the consignee or consignor has been declared bankrupt or dissolved, has voluntarily abandoned its right to make declarations, or has been spilt up into two or more new enterprises;
2. the consignee or consignor has been deregistered or has had its business license revoked by the administrations for industry and commerce;
3. the consignee or consignor has lost its capacity to bear its liabilities independently;



4. the foreign trade operator registration form or the approval for foreign-invested enterprise held by the consignee or consignor of imported or exported goods has become invalid; or
5. any other cases in which deregistration is required by law.




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General Administration of Customs of the People's Republic of China

Address: No.6. Jianguomennei Avenue, Dongcheng District, Beijing, China        Postcode: 100730