В последнее время таможенными органами успешно реализуется практика признания ДС недействительными через суд. Причем таможня в своих заявлениях просит признания ДС недействительными с даты их оформления (регистрации).
The changes carried out by the state in recent years in the field of control over the conformity assessment of products manufactured in Russia have created many obstacles for participants in foreign economic activity. The innovations have entailed a significant increase in the cost of certification services, which may exceed the cost of the foreign economic operation itself. In this regard, attention should be paid to the practice of import using declarations and certificates of conformity issued for other legal entities.
Many experienced foreign trade participants can tell about situations in which at the time of filing a customs declaration there was no certificate or declaration of conformity. Undoubtedly, the reasons for this opportunity can be completely different: the importer's carelessness, the incompetence of the customs representative, the delay in issuing a permit document, etc.
Even 10 years ago, this circumstance would not have upset anyone much, since it was possible to draw up any document in half an hour or an hour and 3-5 thousand rubles. But in recent years, the practice has undergone significant changes.
The vast majority of companies are currently suffering losses due to government restrictions aimed at preventing the spread of coronavirus and normalizing the epidemiological situation in the country. In this regard, the President of the Russian Federation in his address announced the need to take measures to support small and medium-sized businesses.
We would also like to contribute and share our knowledge of how you can save on the registration of permits.
In March, we held a webinar on the topic "Do it yourself. Registration of DS TR TS." This webinar is a video instruction on how to independently register a declaration of conformity with the Technical Regulations of the Customs Union / Eurasian Economic Union without the participation of Certification Bodies and laboratories. (To everyone who paid for this webinar, we will provide a discount on our services in the amount of the paid service)
We hope that the time of forced isolation will not be in vain for you and you will gain new knowledge by looking at our instructions.
Almost all participants in foreign economic activity know about the "class solution", many want to get it, some have received it, but only a few know what problems one may face after receiving a decision.
We will tell you about this.
According to the current legislation, the FSB of Russia, as the coordinating body in the Russian Federation, is obliged to register notifications within a period not exceeding 7 working days and transmit information about the registered notification to the Eurasian Economic Commission (hereinafter referred to as the Commission).
The Commission, in turn, must, within 3 working days from the date of receipt of the information, enter them into a single register of registered notifications published on the official website of the Eurasian Economic Union.