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Albania. 2007 ‘Registration of Entities Involved in International Transfer of Goods.’ Law No.9707 on State Import-Export Control of Military Goods and Dual-Use Goods and Technologies; Article 14. Tirana: Parliament of the Republic of Albania. 5 April
Registration of Entities Involved in International Transfer of Goods
Trade entities intending to carry out international transfers of goods, including those intending to be engaged in brokering activities on behalf of international transfers of goods designed for military purposes, are preliminarily registered also with the State Export Control Authority as entities involved in this transfer, and shall provide it with the data and documents necessary to conduct the expertise of goods.
On the basis of the expertise outcomes, the State Export Control Authority identifies goods, determines the conditions for their international transfer to individual countries, and issues the registration certificate to these entities as entities involved in international transfer of goods, along with the relevant additional explanations of peculiarities of international transfer of goods.
Persons or bodies licensed to undertake preliminary commodity identification may assist a trade entity with the expertise of goods.
A trade entity bears responsibility for failure to undertake preliminary commodity identification, and the necessary actions to obtain licence for international transfer of goods, as well as for importing them in the absence of documents from the Republic of Albania.
Procedures for conducting expertise are regulated upon decision by the Council of Ministers.
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