190.6 Authority to sign or electronically certify drawback documents.§ 190.6 Authority to sign or electronically certify drawback documents.
(a) Documents listed in paragraph (b) of this section must be signed or electronically certified only by one of the following:
(1) The president, a vice president, secretary, treasurer, or any other employee legally authorized to bind the corporation;
(2) A full partner of a partnership;
(3) The owner of a sole proprietorship;
(4) Any employee of the business entity with a power of attorney;
(5) An individual acting on his or her own behalf; or
(6) A licensed customs broker with a power of attorney to sign the applicable drawback document.
(b) The following documents require execution in accordance with paragraph (a) of this section:
(1) Drawback entries;
(2) Notices of Intent to Export, Destroy, or Return Merchandise for Purposes of Drawback;
(3) Certifications to assign the right to claim drawback (see §§ 190.28 and 190.82); and
(4) Abstracts, schedules and extracts from monthly abstracts, and bills of materials and formulas, if not included as part of a drawback claim.
(c) The following documents (see also part 177 of this chapter) may be executed by one of the persons described in paragraph (a) of this section or by any other individual legally authorized to bind the person (or entity) for whom the document is executed:
(1) A letter of notification of intent to operate under a general manufacturing drawback ruling under § 190.7;
(2) An application for a specific manufacturing drawback ruling under § 190.8;
(3) An application for waiver of prior notice under § 190.91 or a 1-time waiver of prior notice under § 190.36;
(4) An application for approval of accelerated payment of drawback under § 190.92; and
(5) An application for certification in the Drawback Compliance Program under § 190.193.