28DA. (1) An importer who invokes a preferential tariff rate within the meaning of a trade agreement a – – ( 3) If the competent official has reason to believe that the criteria of the country of origin are not met, he may require the importer to provide further information in accordance with the trade agreement, in accordance with the rules. (i) to conduct a more thorough review, in accordance with the trade agreement, in a manner that can be provided for by rules; Under the Health and Accounting Act 1996, a HIPAA Business Association Agreement (BAA) is a contract between a company covered by HIPAA and a HIPAA business partner (BA) or downstream business partner. The contract protects personal health data (PHI) in accordance with HIPAA guidelines. (d) “trade agreement,” a trade agreement between the Indian government and the government of a foreign country or territory or economic union. Article 108 of the Act aims to introduce a new CHAPTER VAA and a new Chapter 28DA into the Customs Act to provide for the management of rules of origin under a trade agreement and to establish a procedure for the application of preferential law applicable to goods introduced under a trade agreement between the Government of India and the government of a foreign country or territory or economic union. (b) “identical goods,” goods that, in all respects, are identical by reference to the country of origin criteria of the trade agreement; (ii) have sufficient information on compliance with country of origin criteria, including regional values and product-specific criteria set out in the rules of origin of the trade agreement; (i) make a statement that the products are considered to be originating at the preferential rate under this agreement; (c) “issuing authority,” any authority designated to issue a certificate of origin under a trade agreement; 9. Unless the trade agreement is otherwise required, an application for reconsideration is made within five years of the date the importer has applied for preferential rights. (a) “certificate of origin”: a certificate issued under a trade agreement certifying that the goods meet the original and other requirements of the agreement; Unlike other types of credit, VA buyers cannot give up this quota of appreciation. Depending on the lender and seller, it may make little sense to sue certain properties if the seller ultimately refuses to sign the contract amendment. and in all of these cases, the certificate of origin must be considered “INAPPLICABLE.” “It is expressly agreed that, notwithstanding other provisions of this contract, the purchaser is not punished by the forfeiture of serious money or otherwise, or is not required to enter into the purchase of the property if the purchase of the contract or the costs exceed the reasonable value of the property established by the Veterans Administration.