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Document 31993R2454R(01)

CORRIGENDUM TO:
COMMISSION REGULATION (EEC) No 2454/93 of 2 July 1993 laying down provisions for the implementation of Council Regulation (EEC) No 2913/92 establishing the Community Customs Code

ELI: http://data.europa.eu/eli/reg/1993/2454/corrigendum/1994-10-19/oj

31993R2454R(01)

CORRIGENDUM TO: - COMMISSION REGULATION (EEC) No 2454/93 of 2 July 1993 laying down provisions for the implementation of Council Regulation (EEC) No 2913/92 establishing the Community Customs Code

Official Journal L 268 , 19/10/1994 P. 0032


Corrigendum to Commission Regulation (EEC) No 2454/93 of 2 July 1993 laying down provisions for the implementation of Council Regulation (EEC) No 2913/92 establishing the Community Customs Code (Official Journal of the European Communities No L 253 of 11 October 1993)

On page 37 in Article 136, second paragraph:

for: 'The provisions of Article 117 (2) and (3) shall apply . . .`,

read: 'The provisions of Article 117 (2) shall apply . . .`.

On page 41 in Article 150 (5):

for: '. . . as provided for in paragraphs 1 (b) and . . .`,

read: '. . . as provided for in paragraphs 1 and . . .`.

On page 41 in Article 151 (5):

for: '. . . as provided for in paragraphs 1 (b) and . . .`,

read: '. . . as provided for in paragraphs 1 and . . .`.

On page 53 in Article 208 (4), second subparagraph, second indent:

for: 'or two sets of our copies, . . .`,

read: 'or two sets of four copies, . . .`.

On page 81 in Article 325:

for: '. . . Chapter 3 or CN codes 1504 to 2301, . . .`,

read: '. . . Chapter 3 or CN codes 1504 or 2301, . . .`.

On page 92 in Article 380 (b):

for: '. . . or by a copy of photocopy thereof; such copy of photocopy . . .`,

read: '. . . or by a copy or photocopy thereof; such copy or photocopy . . .`.

On page 107 in Article 448 (11) (c), fifth indent:

for: 'the customs authorities at the port of destination shall carry out systems audit checks based on a level of perceived risk analysis and if necessary send details of data exchange manifests to the customs authorities of the port of departure for verification,`,

read: 'the customs authorities at the port of destination shall carry out systems audit checks based on a level of perceived risk analysis and if necessary send details of manifests to the customs authorities of the port of departure for verification,`.

On page 120 in Article 504 (2) and (3):

for: '2. A customs warehouse as a private warehouse conforming to the second indent of the second paragraph of Article 99 of the Code where the warehousekeeper is the same person as the depositor but is not necessarily the owner of the goods, may also be applied under a system permitting the warehousing of goods in storage facilities belonging to the holder of the authorization in accordance with Article 98 (3) of the Code. This system is classified as a type E warehouse.

3. Where a customs warehouse is applied in respect of a public warehouse conforming to the first indent of the second paragraph of Article 99 of the Code and is operated by the customs authorities, this is classified as a type F warehouse.`,

read: '2. The customs warehousing procedure may also be applied in a private warehouse conforming to the second indent of the second paragraph of Article 99 of the Code, where the warehousekeeper is the same person as the depositor but is not necessarily the owner of the goods, under a system permitting the warehousing of goods in storage facilities belonging to the holder of the authorization in accordance with Article 98 (3) of the Code. This system is classified as a type E warehouse.

3. Where a customs warehouse which is a public warehouse conforming to the first indent of the second paragraph of Article 99 of the Code is operated by the customs authorities, this is classified as a type F warehouse.` On page 130 in Article 552 (1) (e) (i), second subparagraph:

for: '. . . would make the proposed commercial operation uneconomic, . . .`,

read: '. . . would make the proposed commercial operation economically impossible . . .`.

On page 133 in Article 566 (1):

for: 'Subject to Article 567, the rate of yield as defined in Article 114 (2) (e) of the Code . . .`,

read: 'Subject to Article 567, the rate of yield as defined in Article 114 (2) (f) of the Code . . .`.

On page 162 in Article 710:

for: '. . ., the provisions in Articles 630 and 631 and Articles 634 to 637 relating to use of the ATA carnet . . .`,

read: '. . ., the provisions in Articles 454 and 455 and Articles 458 to 461 relating to use of the ATA carnet . . .`.

On page 191 in Article 848 (3):

for: '. . . to submit additional evidence for the purposes of identification of the returned goods.`,

read: '. . . to submit additional evidence, in particular for the purposes of identification of the returned goods.` On page 408 in Annex 23, second column:

delete: 3. 'The expression . . . described above.` On page 411 in Annex 23,:

Between Article 32 (2) and Article 143 (1) (e) insert a new row to read as follows:

'Reference to provisions of the Customs Code Implementing Provisions Notes' Between Article 143 (1) (e) and Article 152 (1) (a) (i) insert a new row to read as follows:

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On page 552 in Annex 38, Box 37, A, Code 08:

add: '(4)`.

On page 552 in Annex 38, footnote (4):

delete: '. . . on inward processing relief arrangements:`.

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