The contracting parties ensure that their customs authorities ensure that the approved economic operator meets all the conditions and criteria for granting the property and, in the event of a significant change in the legislation in question or in the event of new circumstances which give rise to suspicion that the economic operator no longer meets the conditions and criteria in question. a licensed economic operator is subject to less physical and document-based controls than other economic operators. Customs authorities may decide otherwise to take into account a threat or control obligation defined by other legislative acts. Each party grants the status of „approved economic operator“ to any economic operator established on its customs territory, subject to the criteria set out in Schedule II of this protocol. Notwithstanding the provisions of the previous paragraph, a party may refuse to disembark fish from a stock of common interest whose management is the subject of serious differences of opinion. In paragraph 1, point (b), the customs authority may decide not to suspend the status of an approved economic operator if it considers that an infringement is not significant in relation to the number or size of customs operations and cannot cast any doubt on the good faith of the authorised economic operator. establishing a common risk management framework, common risk criteria, common priority areas of control and the establishment of a common electronic risk management system within a reasonable time frame. To define common activities in certain areas that may include coordinating or coordinating activities, merging existing activities and establishing ad hoc joint activities; This agreement does not prejudge the right of each contracting party to amend its domestic legislation in the areas covered by this agreement, without prejudice to the principle of non-discrimination and after informing the other parties: in full respect of the independence of the courts, the objective of the contracting parties is to achieve a uniform interpretation and application of this agreement and the provisions of Community law which are essentially taken up in this agreement. agreement and equal treatment between individuals and economic operators with regard to the four freedoms and the conditions of competition; A summary declaration of entry or exit is not required if it is provided for by international agreements concluded by a party with a third country in the field of security, which are subject to the procedure provided for in Article 9 ter, paragraph 3, of this protocol.
Contracting parties have the right to make decisions regarding the extension of legal protection for semiconductor topographies to persons from a third country or territory who are not parties to this agreement and who do not enjoy the right to protection in accordance with the provisions of this agreement. They can also make agreements to that effect. Without prejudice to the specific provisions in force under the agreements between the European Economic Community and the EFTA States, this protocol applies to inspections and formalities relating to the transport of goods which must cross a border between an EFTA State and the Community and between the EFTA States. The number of the document granting the status of an approved economic operator; If, despite the application of the previous paragraph, it is not possible to reach agreement on an amendment to an annex to this agreement, the EEA Joint Committee examines any other possibility of maintaining the proper functioning of this agreement and takes all necessary decisions to that effect, including the possibility of taking note of the equivalence of the legislation.