The customs broker & importer relationship – risks & obligations (6 CPD points - Stream B - FTA028)

Hear from Russell Wiese (Principal, Hunt & Hunt Lawyers) about obligations and risks for licenced customs brokers by relying on information provided by customers.

The webinar addresses the following issues :
•when can a customs broker rely on information provided by a customer
•what is the difference between reliance of factual information and legal opinions
•position of the Australian Border Force
•risks - negligence, fines and impact on your licence
•using your terms and conditions to protect you
•will your insurance cover you
•obtaining an indemnity from the client
•recommended operational procedures - launch of the FTA / Hunt & Hunt Lawyers Bulletin

Audience

This webinar is suitable for:

Customs brokers, importers and managers wanting to focus on best practice business principles involved in international trade.

Program structure

Webinar recording from Russell Wiese (Principal, Hunt & hunt Lawyers) delivered on 17 January 2017.

Timeframe

Duration 1 hour

Assessment

An optional assessment is available with 10 multiple choice questions. Students must attain an 80% pass mark to qualify for customs broker CPD points (an online certificate will be available to download or print with a record maintained on ComplianceNetFTA).

Course Price

EXCLUSIVE TO FTA MEMBERS $38.50

Course Units

Core

  • The customs broker & importer relationship – risks and obligations (6 CPD points - Stream B-FTA028)

    Hear from Russell Wiese (Principal, Hunt & Hunt Lawyers) about obligations and risks for licenced customs brokers by relying on information provided by customers.

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