Certificate of origin definition

Certificate of origin means the document provided by the manufacturer of a new motor vehicle, or
Certificate of origin means the document provided by the manufacturer of a new motor vehicle, or its distributor, which is the only valid indication of ownership between the manufacturer, its distributor, its franchised motor vehicle dealers, and the original purchaser not for resale.
Certificate of origin means the document issued by the Seller or the Manufacturer or a chamber of commerce or other agreed third party (as the case may be) specifying the country where the Goods are actually produced.

Examples of Certificate of origin in a sentence

  • Please note that often there are costs associated with documents (Original Bill of Lading, Certificate of Origin, etc…) and all costs will be also be paid by the Customer.

  • A Certificate of Origin shall be issued by the authorized body of the exporting Party.


More Definitions of Certificate of origin

Certificate of origin means the document provided by the manufacturer of a new motorcycle, or its
Certificate of origin means a certificate issued in accordance with Article 408 and complying with the requirements of Annex 4.2 (Certificate of Origin Requirements);
Certificate of origin means the document provided by the manufacturer of a new motorcycle, or its distributor, which is the only valid indication of ownership between the manufacturer, its distributor, its franchised motorcycle dealers, and the original purchaser not for resale.
Certificate of origin means the original ownership document for a vehicle issued by a manufacturer and provided to the initial purchaser of that vehicle, which begins the vehicle's chain of ownership.
Certificate of origin means a certificate which certifies that the shipment of agricultural products or farm equipment, or any combination thereof, originated in the State of Nevada and that the agricultural products or farm equipment, or combination thereof, is free from infestation in accordance with NRS 561.147.
Certificate of origin means a document provided by the manufacturer of a new watercraft or its distributor, its franchised new watercraft dealer, or the original purchaser establishing the initial chain of ownership for a watercraft, such as but not limited to:
Certificate of origin means the document, provided by the manufacturer or distributor of a new trailer, that is the only valid indication of ownership between the manufacturer, its distributor, its franchised trailer dealers, and the original purchaser not for resale.