What are orders not prescribed by customs law?
The Swiss Customs Authority cooperates in enforcing federal orders not prescribed by customs law. Should a consignment of goods be subject to a regulation passed by the Confederation, then additional details must be provided at customs clearance; where necessary, visual inspections may be carried out. These orders not prescribed by customs law apply in numerous areas, including:
Munitions, weapons, blasting material, pyrotechnics, nuclear energy, goods for civil and military use, etc.
Intellectual property, trade and culture
precious metals, trademark protection, design law, copyright law, patent law, low-voltage products, lotteries and bets, transfer of cultural goods Further details on cultural goods at: http://www.bak.admin.ch/kulturerbe/0...x.html?lang=en
Economic and financial measures
Limitation and observation of import and export, autonomous original, export contributions for produce from agricultural products
Agricultural import regulation, wine regulation, egg regulation, free trade regulations
, animal and animal products, narcotics and precursor chemicals, radioactive substances, corpses, medicaments and doping
State and other monopolies alcohol
, mail, telecommunications, coins, bank notes, salt
Animal disease, protection of animals and of animal species (CITES fauna), wild animals, fisheries, protection of plants and plant species (CITES flora), dangerous substances and plant protection products, rubbish, etc.
For further details, see: http://www.ezv.admin.ch/dokumentatio...x.html?lang=en
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