(a)Availability of records. You and all consignees must make available all of the records required by § 752.12 of this part and § 762.2 of the EAR for inspection, upon request, by BIS or by any other representative of the U.S. Government, in accordance with part 762 of the EAR.
(b)Relationship of foreign laws. Foreign law may prohibit inspection of records by a U.S. Government representative in the foreign country where the records are located. In that event, the consignee must submit with the required copies of Form BIS-752 an alternative arrangement for BIS to review consignee activities and determine whether or not the consignee has complied with U.S. export control laws and regulations, which must be approved by BIS.
(c)Failure to comply. Parties failing to comply with requests to inspect documents may be subject to orders denying export privileges described in part 764 of the EAR or to the administrative actions described in part 766 of the EAR.
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