22 CFR 129.3 - Requirement to register.
(a) Except as provided in paragraph (b) of this section, any person who engages in brokering activities (see § 129.2) is required to register with the Directorate of Defense Trade Controls. Registration under this section is generally a precondition for the issuance of approval for brokering activities required under this part 129 or the use of exemptions.
(b)Exemptions. Registration, approval, recordkeeping, and reporting under this section are not required for:
(1) Foreign governments or international organizations, including their employees, acting in an official capacity; or
(2) Persons exclusively in the business of financing, insuring, transporting, customs brokering, or freight forwarding, whose activities do not extend beyond financing, insuring, transporting, customs brokering, or freight forwarding. Examples include air carriers or freight forwarders that merely transport or arrange transportation for licensed defense articles, and banks or credit companies who merely provide commercially available lines or letters of credit to persons registered or required to register in accordance with parts 122 or 129 of this subchapter. However, banks, firms, or other persons providing financing for defense articles or defense services are required to register under certain circumstances, such as when the bank or its employees are directly involved in arranging transactions involving defense articles or defense services or hold title to defense articles, even when no physical custody of defense articles is involved. In such circumstances, the banks, firms, or other persons providing financing for defense articles or defense services are not exempt.
(d) U.S. persons who are registered as a manufacturer or exporter in accordance with part 122 of this subchapter, including their U.S. or foreign subsidiaries and other affiliates listed on their Statement of Registration who are required to register under this part, are not required to submit a separate broker registration or pay a separate broker registration fee when more than 50 percent of the voting securities are owned by the registrant or such subsidiaries and affiliates are otherwise controlled by the registrant (see § 120.40 of this subchapter), and they are listed and identified as brokers within their manufacturer or exporter Statement of Registration. All other requirements of this part apply to such brokers and their brokering activities.
(e) Registration under this section is a precondition for the issuance of approval for brokering activities required under this section or the use of exemptions, unless an exception is granted by the Directorate of Defense Trade Controls.
Title 22 published on 04-May-2017 03:04
The following are ALL rules, proposed rules, and notices (chronologically) published in the Federal Register relating to 22 CFR Part 129 after this date.
- 22 CFR 129.8 — Submission of Statement of Registration, Registration Fees, and Notification of Changes in Information Furnished by Registrants.
- 22 CFR 122.4 — ` Notification of Changes in Information Furnished by Registrants.
- 22 CFR 129.4 — Requirement for Approval.
- 22 CFR 129.10 — Reports.
- 22 CFR 126.17 — Exemption Pursuant to the Defense Trade Cooperation Treaty Between the United States and the United Kingdom.
- 22 CFR 129.5 — Exemption From Requirement for Approval.
- 22 CFR 129.7 — Policy on Embargoes and Other Proscriptions.
- 22 CFR 129.11 — Maintenance of Brokering Records by Registrants.
- 22 CFR 126.16 — Exemption Pursuant to the Defense Trade Cooperation Treaty Between the United States and Australia.
- 22 CFR 129.3 — Requirement to Register.