|Goods imported from abroad, for which exemption from payment of import duties is not provided, shall be cleared for customs at border crossing points using the regular procedure. The economy involved in the customs procedure is a person on the basis of whose application the customs procedure is initialed.|
Documents, certificates, declarations used during import procedure
1. Single Administrative Document (SAD) is a regulated form and used as a written customs declaration. It has to be signed and contain all information necessary for the application of the regulations regulating the import of goods.
2. Invoice is a document on the basis of which delivered goods are paid, and it is issued by the seller of goods. The invoice specifies the date of issue, quantity of goods, description and characteristics of goods, unit price presented in agreed currency and measurement units, total value of goods, the place of dispatch, the date of the invoice, the address of the buyer, signature of the seller etc.
3. Transport documentation regulates the shipping and transport of goods. The most important documents regarding transport are the following:- CMR;- railway consignment note (CIM);- bill of lading;- air waybill (AWB). CMR contains information about: the sender's company, the recipient company, a detailed description of the goods, the markings of the vehicle, transport costs and customs duties, as well as a list of documents attached to the waybill.
4. Certificate of origin is not a mandatory document, but it is of essential importance for the importer because it indicates possible preferential origin of goods in the economy of the importer and thus reduces the costs for customs clearance. The certificate of origin is issued by competent authority from the economy of origin of the goods.
5. Veterinary or phytosanitary certificate (for agricultural products) is a mandatory document that must accompany goods of plant or animal origin, which provides that the package meets the specific requirements. (See: Phytosanitary/Veterinary Regulations Chapter).
6. In general, the import of goods into Montenegro is free. However, the import of certain types of goods requires a import license due to their specific nature.
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