paragraphs 5.11, 5.12 and Section 28. In addition to using the
declaration procedure referred to in
IPR100400, an IPR suspension
authorisation holder will also have the option to transfer their
suspension goods to another IPR suspension authorisation holder
using a 3 copy SAD. No prior approval is required but as approval
to use LCP is needed the 3 copy SAD cannot be used for receipts by
simplified authorisation users. Discharge of the consignors IPR
liability will not be made until receipt is noted in the consignees
records. The receiving authorisation holder must hold a Local,
Specific, Single or Integrated IPR authorisation, IPR60000. It can
be used for IPR transfers within the UK or between Member States.
Commission Regulation 2454/93 Article 513 and Annex 68.
Goods transferred using a 3 copy SAD are not input to CHIEF so the responsible supervising offices must routinely monitor receipts and disposals by their traders, to ensure:
The authorisation letter must state how the supervising office
is to be notified before each proposed transfers to other IPR
holders (for example by email or fax ).This ensures that the
supervising office(s) will be able to carry out any verification
checks necessary. The supervising office for the consignor should
always receive copy 1 of the SAD from their trader when each
transfer is made. Transfer details should be noted in the traders
folder and copy 1 of the SAD must then be forwarded to the
supervising office responsible for the consignee.
IPR340000 shows the movement of the SAD.