The receipt of the warehouse or receipt and the delivery of the goods to the warehouse is a document certified by the recipient of the goods (the warehouse), according to which the delivery or receipt of the goods certifies the particular characteristics of the delivery of the receiver in the history of the specified entry.
In accordance with the provisions of the Customs Code and its implementing regulations, any goods delivered to customs warehouses or customs warehouses must be immediately loaded and stored for each row (artifact) of the total list (manifest) or declaration or license or record copy or bill of lading, Sadegh’s separate bills are handed over to the deliverer of the goods.
In some cases, the Ports and Customs Organization of Iran and the Customs of Iran, in some cases, have their own warehousing duties in accordance with the law on customs matters and, in the implementation of Article 44 of the Constitution, have entrusted to privately-owned private companies with the necessary contracts, and in this way the bills of the warehouse are in terms of form and content. The standard form is not uniform, but in all cases the following general specifications should be included:
- Row of the office
- freight number
- Entry boundary
- Bill of Lading number
- Warehouse number
- Carrier company
- The name of the owner of the goods
- Product mark
- Product Type
- Pack type
- Weight of goods
- Date of delivery of goods
Warehouse Receipt will be issued after the goods arrive in the warehouse and the control and matching of the goods with the documents of delivery and delivery, and finally the issuance of the leaflet (Talih) and the completion and completion of the additional bill of discharge or discharge (Article 28 of the Customs Code).
Warehouse Receipt will be delivered to the owner of the goods (consignee) after delivery to the shipping company.
It is necessary to explain that in the customs of free zones and special economic zones, a warehouse bill can be traded separately.