Identification of Customs Authority in Complaint Filed Pursuant to an Administrative and Customs Matter Proceeding (PAMA).

July 26, 2006
Identification of Customs Authority in Complaint Filed Pursuant to an Administrative and Customs Matter Proceeding (PAMA).

Supreme Court of Mexico has identified through jurisprudence contradicting previous rulings the requirements that must be contained in acomplaint filed pursuant to an administrative and customs matter proceeding (PAMA). The Court established that the initial complaint mustcontain: i) the date of issuance and expiration of the identification credential of the person identified as having customs power of attorney, ii)the organization or agency that issued such credential, iii) the name and position of the person issuing the credential, as well as the name andperson to whom it is granted; iv) the date of issuance of the ruling or verification order, with corresponding number and the name of theorganization and officer of such organization who issued it, along with the name of the authorized person; and v) as the case may be,attachment of a copy of the documents containing said information. See Ninth Term: Second Chamber Source: Judicial Weekly of theFederation and its Gazette. Book: XXIII, May 2006 Decision: 2a/J.62/2006 Page: 277.

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