Customs Power of Attorney Template is usually used by Courier and Shipment companies when they ship products overseas and would want the customer to give them rights for the package or parcel shipment at the customs office when trying to deliver the parcel. The specific rights and authorizations are mentioned in the second and third paragraph of the template. Below are instructions on filling the Customs Power of Attorney Form.
How to Fill the Customs Power of Attorney Template
Provide the full and legally registered name of the individual or the company which ever suits the best followed by the type of company you are running (as chosen above), the name of the state in which the company resides and follows the laws, the complete address of the company including the city, state & zip code and lastly, the full and legal name of the grantee (first, middle, last) who they wish to act on their behalf in matters customs in general and specified in the form according to the laws of the given state.
Some powers that the agent holds includes; taking care of any legal documentation related to customs; managing exports, imports or transportation of the goods that the company sells; managing the documentation work of customs such as bills, title transfer, etc.; hiring licensed custom brokers to work under the name of the grantor in the given territory; collection of checks which are issued for Customs duty refunds in grantor’s name; etc!
As a whole, the agent needs to perform all the activities on behalf of the grantor to conduct smooth functioning in matters related to customs.
After that, mention the full and legal name of the grantee where it states that the grantor acknowledges the receipt given by the grantee which covers all the Terms and Conditions of Service governing all transactions between the Parties.
Lastly, provide the full and legally registered name of the company followed by an authorized person’s signature along with the date and name plus signature of the witness (if required).