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Chapter 23. Movement of goods and vehicles by individuals for non-commercial purposes

Article 155. Goods moved by individuals for non-commercial purposes

Goods moved by individuals for non-commercial purposes are goods imported or exported by individuals for their own needs and not intended for business activities.

Goods moved by individuals for non-commercial purposes are moved across the customs border in a simplified manner and using the benefits provided for in this Chapter.

When determining the purpose of goods moved by individuals across the customs border, the following factors are taken into account:

quantity of goods, where homogeneous goods, the quantity of which exceeds the needs of the individual moving the goods and members of his family, are considered as goods imported for use in business activities, unless the person moving the goods proves otherwise;

frequency of movement of goods, where repeated importation of similar goods by the same person is considered as importation of goods for use in business activities, unless the person moving the goods proves otherwise;

the circumstances of the trip, including the purpose and duration of the trip.

Article 164. Customs value of goods moved by individuals for non-commercial purposes

The cost of goods moved by individuals for non-commercial purposes is declared when they are declared.

The customs value of goods moved across the customs border by individuals for non-commercial purposes is determined based on the declared value confirmed by checks, receipts and (or) other commercial documents.

In the absence of documents and information confirming the correctness of determining the customs value of goods declared by a person, the customs authority may independently determine the customs value of goods in accordance with Chapter 44 of this Code.

When goods are imported into the customs territory in separate baggage, as well as when goods are sent by international mail and courier, the customs cost includes the cost of delivering the goods to the airport, river port or other place where the goods are imported into the customs territory.

Chapter 24. Goods sent by international mail and courier

Article 165. International postal and courier services

International mail or courier items are mail or courier items that are moved across the customs border.

Forwarding of international mail must be accompanied by documents stipulated by the acts of the universal postal Union.

International courier shipments must be accompanied by commercial documents.

It is not allowed to send goods by international mail or courier that are prohibited by law to be imported into or exported from the customs territory, respectively.

Article 166. Customs control and customs clearance of international mail and courier shipments

Goods sent by international mail and courier and transported across the customs border are subject to customs control.

International postal and courier items cannot be issued to recipients or sent outside the customs territory without customs control.

Customs control and customs clearance of goods sent by international mail are performed at the places of international postal exchange, which are determined by a specially authorized body in the field of postal communication in coordination with the State customs Committee of the Republic of Uzbekistan.

Customs control and customs clearance of goods sent in international courier shipments are carried out in places determined by the State customs Committee of the Republic of Uzbekistan, with notification of a specially authorized body in the field of postal communication.

Customs clearance of goods sent by international mail and courier can be carried out by the customs authority in the area of activity of which the recipients or senders are located. In such cases, international mail items from places of international postal exchange are delivered to the relevant territorial postal organization under customs control. In the corresponding territorial organizations of the postal service, places are created for storing goods under customs control, which are considered to be customs control zones.

International courier shipments from the places specified in part four of this article are delivered under customs control to the customs authority in the area of activity of which the recipients are located.

Article 167. Declaration of goods sent by international mail and courier

As a customs Declaration are considered:

a) documents provided for by acts of the universal postal Union — for goods sent in international mail to individuals for non-commercial purposes, as well as to legal entities, worth up to ten basic calculation values;

b) commercial documents — for goods sent by international courier to individuals for non-commercial purposes, as well as to legal entities, worth up to ten basic calculation values.

In other cases, the Declaration of goods sent by international mail and courier is carried out by submitting a cargo customs Declaration.

Declaration of exported goods in international mail and courier shipments, in respect of which a cargo customs Declaration must be submitted, is made when the specified goods are delivered to postal organizations.