Commentary

190 Type of export licence

BAILMENT vol 3(1)
| Commentary

190 Type of export licence

| Commentary

190 Type of export licence

Where the final destination of the object is outside the European Union, in most cases the correct form is an EU licence or a UK licence (ie Export Licensing Unit (‘ELU’) Form C) for some objects1. Where the final destination of the object is destination within the European Union, in all cases the correct form is a UK licence2. Two types of EU export licence3 concern the temporary status. ‘Specific open’ and ‘general open’ export licences are used, respectively, to cover repeated temporary exports of cultural goods intended for

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