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II. Find 11 words from the text in the table and translate them.

R F D F P G H J K D L I W
E G U S E F D G D E E U I
Q B J D R G S H M C R J T
U V D I S P O S A L T H H
I C M F U H A J N A Y G D
S X F G A J S K D R U V R
I D D J N K D L A A I E A
T R S P T L F L T N O R W
S E Q U E S T E O T L I A
R T A O F K G H R J K F L
T P S I G D U L Y J K Y T
Y A U T H O R I Z E J G R
H O F U H J F F G G H F E
G I G H C E R T I F Y D S

III. Match the words with their definitions. Make up sentences with them.

1) to relinquish

2) sequester

3) alienation

4) infringement

5) intactness

6) to pertain

7) haulage

8) to endow

 

a) formally reject or disavow a formerly held belief, usually under pressure

b) give qualities or abilities to

c) the action of alienating; the action of causing to become unfriendly

d) set apart from others

e) the state of being unimpaired

f) a crime less serious than a felony

g) be a part or attribute of

h) the act of drawing or hauling something

 

 

IV. Define if the following statements are true or false.

1. Customs control measures may have different forms.

2. The customs authorities verify the authenticity of documents.

3. The customs authorities donít have the right to request additional documents and data.

4. Acquirement of explanations is defined as an act of obtaining by a customs officer of the additional documents and data.

5. Customs monitoring constitutes open, purposeful, systematic or occasional, verbal surveillance.

6. In case a customs inspection of goods and means of transport reveals that the actual quantity of goods does not tally with the goods quantity as stated in the customs declaration, the customs authorities fines the declarant.

7. In the territory of customs control zones, the customs inspection of goods and means of transport must be conducted in the presence of the goods declarants.

8. The customs examination can be conducted before the submission of a customs declaration.

9. The customs examination consists of examination of the goods and means of transport.

10. Upon making a decision to conduct goods customs examination, a customs officer shall do it immediately.

11. The customs authorities exercise customs control measures in the course of turnover of the goods imported to the customs.



12. Goods may be subjected to sequester or withdrawal only upon detection the imported goods without any special marks.

13. Withdrawal or sequester of goods may be unnecessary in case the person, at whose premises such goods are discovered, presents a payment.

14. The return of withdrawn goods to their owner and their release from a sequester is effected no later than on the date of termination of the special customs revision without any exceptions.

 

V. Provide a TV talk-show on customs control issues. Using the vocabulary and the information from the article above discuss the forms of customs control possible violations and their elimination. Find some additional information on the topic.

TEXT E. PROCESSING UNDER CUSTOMS CONTROL

 


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