Ship stores, plane stores, supplies, and equipment

Ship stores, plane stores, supplies, and equipment -
(1) Vessels under construction. If you are submitting a license application for the export or reexport of items, including ship stores, supplies, and equipment, to a vessel under construction you must include the following information in your license application:
(i) In Block 18, enter the name, street address, city, and country of the shipyard where vessel is being constructed;
(ii) In Block 22(j), state the length of the vessel for a vessel under 12 m (40 ft) in length. For a vessel 12 m (40 ft) in length or over, provide the following information (if this information is unknown, enter “Unknown” in this Block):
(A) Hull number and name of vessel;
(B) Type of vessel;
(C) Name and business address of prospective owner, and the prospective owner's nationality; and
(D) Country of registry or intended country of registry.
(2) Aircraft under construction. If you are submitting a license application for the export or reexport of items, including plane stores, supplies, and equipment, to an aircraft under construction you must include the following information in your license application:
(i) In Block 18, enter the name and address of the plant where the aircraft is being constructed;
(ii) In Block 22(j), enter the following information (if this information is unknown, enter “Unknown” in this Block):
(A) Type of aircraft and model number;
(B) Name and business address of prospective owner and his nationality; and
(C) Country of registry or intended country of registry.
(3) Operating vessels and aircraft. If you are submitting a license application for the export or reexport of items, including ship or plane stores, supplies, and equipment to an operating vessel or aircraft, whether in operation or being repaired, you must include the following information in your license application:
(i) In Block 18, enter the name of the owner, the name of the vessel, if applicable, and port or point where the items will be taken aboard;
(ii) In Block 18, enter the following statement if, at the time of filing the license application, it is uncertain where the vessel or aircraft will take on the items, but it is known that the items will not be shipped to a country listed in Country Group D:1 or E:2 (see supplement no. 1 to part 740 of the EAR):
(1) Vessels under construction. If you are submitting a license application for the export or reexport of items, including ship stores, supplies, and equipment, to a vessel under construction you must include the following information in your license application:
(i) In Block 18, enter the name, street address, city, and country of the shipyard where vessel is being constructed;
(ii) In Block 22(j), state the length of the vessel for a vessel under 12 m (40 ft) in length. For a vessel 12 m (40 ft) in length or over, provide the following information (if this information is unknown, enter “Unknown” in this Block):
(A) Hull number and name of vessel;
(B) Type of vessel;
(C) Name and business address of prospective owner, and the prospective owner's nationality; and
(D) Country of registry or intended country of registry.
(2) Aircraft under construction. If you are submitting a license application for the export or reexport of items, including plane stores, supplies, and equipment, to an aircraft under construction you must include the following information in your license application:
(i) In Block 18, enter the name and address of the plant where the aircraft is being constructed;
(ii) In Block 22(j), enter the following information (if this information is unknown, enter “Unknown” in this Block):
(A) Type of aircraft and model number;
(B) Name and business address of prospective owner and his nationality; and
(C) Country of registry or intended country of registry.
(3) Operating vessels and aircraft. If you are submitting a license application for the export or reexport of items, including ship or plane stores, supplies, and equipment to an operating vessel or aircraft, whether in operation or being repaired, you must include the following information in your license application:
(i) In Block 18, enter the name of the owner, the name of the vessel, if applicable, and port or point where the items will be taken aboard;
(ii) In Block 18, enter the following statement if, at the time of filing the license application, it is uncertain where the vessel or aircraft will take on the items, but it is known that the items will not be shipped to a country listed in Country Group D:1 or E:2 (see supplement no. 1 to part 740 of the EAR):

Source

15 CFR § Supplement_No_2_to_part_748


Scoping language

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