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Certificate of Origin not Issued by the Chamber of Commerce

A certificate of origin is to be issued by the entity stated in the credit.












As per letter of credit rules and international standard banking practices a certificate of origin must be issued by the entity stated in the credit. If issuing banks determine that the certificate of origin is not issued as per letter of credit conditions, they raise a discrepancy which is known as certificate of origin is not issued by the entity as indicated in the letter of credit.

Discrepancy Example: Certificate of Origin not Issued by the Chamber of Commerce: 

A letter of credit has been issued in SWIFT format, subject to UCPURR latest version, with the following details:



Field 45A: Description of Goods and or Services: Motor Vehicle Parts 3500 pieces. As stated on order sheet 101, dated 20th April 2014. Delivery Terms: DAT Port of Bangkok Incoterms 2010.
Field 46A: Documents Required: 
  • Signed and stamped commercial invoices in three originals issued by the beneficiary stating this letter of credit number.
  • 1 Original Certificate of Origin issued by the chamber of commerce
  • Full set of original bill of lading shipped on board established to the order of Bangkok Bank Public Company Limited notify applicant company marked freight prepaid.                 

The beneficiary presented a Combined Certificate of Origin and Value as shown on the below picture.










Reason for Discrepancy: A certificate of origin must be issued by the organization specified in the letter of credit. When a credit requires the presentation of a certificate of origin issued by a Chamber of Commerce, a certificate of origin would be acceptable which is issued by Chamber of Commerce, Chamber of Industry, Association of Industry, Economic Chamber, Customs Authorities, Department of Trade or the like…





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When a credit requires the presentation of a certificate of origin issued by a Chamber of Commerce, this condition will also be satisfied by the presentation of a certificate of origin issued by a Chamber of Industry, Association of Industry, Economic Chamber, Customs Authorities and Department of Trade or the like.

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Certificate of Origin Discrepancy


Certificate of Origin should have been issued by the chamber of commerce as per letter of credit rules but the Combined Certificate of Origin and Value presented by the beneficiary has been issued by the beneficiary’s himself. 

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