They cover the determination whether or not goods are used as stipulated by the regime in any requests for extension of time related to the goods subject to the temporary import regime under the partial exemption and professional equipment, packaging materials, goods of special nature and samples subject to the temporary import regime under full exemption, determination of the fact that all or any prescribed percentage of products derived as a result of use of goods of special nature (moulds, drawings, drafts and other similar goods, measuring, control and test equipment and other similar goods and special tools and devices) subject to the temporary import regime under full exemption from import duties have been exported from the Turkish customs area.
It covers the determination of whether or not any goods as covered by the permission granted under the Processing under Customs Control Regime have been processed in due time, whether or not any end product has been obtained, whether or not goods have been placed in free movement and whether or not any terms as stipulated in the permit have been complied with.
It covers the determination of whether or not goods have been allocated to end use in due time and whether or not they are used for prescribed purposes.
They cover the preliminary review of any correction transactions to be made in the declaration as per the second paragraph of the article 73 of the Customs Code in consideration of the methods and transactions as contained in the ACB Guide
They cover the performance of post-clearance control transactions of A.TR Movement Certificates, EUR 1/EUR.MED Movement Certificates and/or Invoice Statements/EUR.MED Invoice Statements obtained from the importing country in which they are submitted under a post-clearance control request.
They cover the controls of short-term or long-term supplier statements (INF4) obtained under control requests from the customs authorities of the importing countries under the relevant regulations and issuance of INF4 Information Forms; determination of the free movement status of goods on the basis of commercial documents and records demonstrating that goods are in free movement and entries in the stock book containing accounting records of goods in cases where issuance of an A.TR Movement Certificate is involved for goods required to be exported upon importation and use as per the Customs Code and foreign trading regulation, but where documents attesting imports of such goods are not available any longer due to lapse of 5 years’ document keeping period as stipulated by the article 13 of the Customs Code (AT1) provided that the provisions of the Export and Investment Incentive regulations and those of the Return to Country of Origin of Import Regime are reserved and determination of the compliance of goods subject to approved exporter authorisation (EU2) application under preferential trade agreements.
They cover the determination of whether or not those obligors who request probation and deferment are insolvent as per the article 48 of the Act on Collection Method of Public Receivables no. 6183 dated 21/07/1953 and the articles 20 and 21 of the General Communiqué for Customs (Collection Transactions) published in the Official Journal no. 28889 dated 21/01/2014.
They cover the determinations which will constitute a basis for RUSF exemption in case any import and export transactions under clearing are carried out at different customs authorities.
They cover the determination of whether or not goods satisfy conditions of free movement or origin as stipulated in the relevant Decree and regulation and whether or not movement certificates are authentic once any attesting documents and information as to whether or not goods are originated as per the relevant regulations are obtained by making attempts with person/institution/ organisation approving such documents by the Authorised Customs Broker.