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This is a single reference source for the importing process into the U.S. and is designed to give attorneys and import specialists some practical methods and model documents to anticipate and control the risks inherent in importing goods. The author, Scott Lowden, has compiled information that is currently available only in fragments.
Prudent importing strategy is all about controlling each transaction with the seller and any intermediaries in the course of purchasing your goods from abroad. Contracts drafted by your suppliers of goods and services do not usually have good outcomes for you when they are tested. In most cases you can and should make every effort to write your own contracts and take the decisions that give you the most control over your purchase transaction.
This book will help you navigate the process as you deal with foreign suppliers, freight forwarders, brokers, carriers, banks and other service providers just to make a purchase. It will help you make these purchases in a way that satisfies an astonishing array of regulations enforced by U.S. Customs and Border Protection.
Import Transactions and Customs Compliance deals with the requirements of the purchase order, the carriage of goods and related purchase transactions and then the subjects of customs compliance obligations, the adoption of policies and procedures to promote compliance with those obligations and the enforcement procedures that the importer may face in the event of non-compliance.
Scott Lowden has a long and distinguished law career, including serving as head of the legal department for two Fortune 100 companies.
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