4. Declaration of the carriage of goods, its amendment and updating
What kind of declaration should be prepared in the situation when a road tanker (6000 litres of fuel) starts from base A and moves to client B, and subsequently to client C and client D? Each of those clients ordered 2000 litres.
How to deal with the client's refusal to deliver the goods when the carriage has already started? The Act contains the provision indicating that cancellation may take place only prior to the commencement of a given carriage.
How to resolve a situation when an entity buying fuel from our company has its own transport and collects fuel on its own from the fuel depot of our supplier? Who is responsible for declaring the carriage and proper confirmation of the execution of the supply in such a case?
Client K1 buys fuel under the EXW or FCA terms from the BP1 fuel depot from entity L. The owner of the BP1 Fuel Depot is entity P1 and the owner of the fuel in the BP1 Fuel Depot is entity L. Client K1 resells the fuel to its client K2 under the CPT or DAP terms and delivers it to the SP1 Fuel Depot. The transport by a road tanker is commissioned to carrier P1 by client K1. Who should submit the declaration?
A tanked road tanker distributes goods to several clients, where some clients are entities conducting economic activity and others are natural persons. How should the carriage of the whole road tanker be declared?
The goods arrive at the Polish port and are kept on the premises of the container base, subsequently, they are carried by road transport inside the country to the place of import customs clearance. When should the declaration of the goods carriage be submitted?
If due to the logistical process, the carriage goes through several cross-dock warehouses and is transported by several vehicles, by different carriers, should the notification contain the delivery address or the address of the first (and subsequent) cross-dock warehouse the current carrier is transporting it to?
I depart from the depot with a fully loaded tanker. After finishing with the last client's delivery as part of local fuel distribution, the tanker contains the remaining fuel as I return to the depot. Should I deposit a notification for this carriage as well?
Should the SENT numbers be kept after the carriage is done and the recipient closes the notification? Should they be kept e.g. alongside invoices for 5 years in the case of an inspection?