A free-form certification can be used as an alternative to the presentation of the Certificate of Origin by Chilean producers and exporters, as well as by US importers, if they certify that their products meet the requirements of the Chilean Free Trade Agreement. Box 7: For each good described in box 5, indicate which criterion (A to D) is applicable. The rules of origin are set out in Chapter D and Annex D-01. NOTE: To receive preferential tariff treatment, each product must meet at least one of the following criteria. 1. The Contracting Parties shall adopt and apply, by their respective laws or other provisions, uniform rules for the interpretation, application and administration of Chapter D, this Chapter and other matters agreed upon by the Contracting Parties until the date of entry into force of this Agreement and at any time thereafter, in agreement with the Parties. 5. Each Contracting Party shall accord to any person requesting a preliminary ruling the same treatment, including the same interpretation and application of the provisions of Chapter D relating to establishing origin as it has accorded to any other person who has given it for a preliminary ruling, provided that the facts and circumstances are, in all respects, substantially identical. determination of origin1: determination of the origin of a product in accordance with Chapter D; 6. For each originating product imported into the territory of a Contracting Party or after the date of entry into force of this Agreement, each Contracting Party shall accept a certificate of origin completed and signed before that date by the exporter or manufacturer of those products. 10. In the event of verifications by a Contracting Party on a pattern of conduct of an exporter or producer of false or unfounded information that a product imported into its territory is considered to be a product of origin, the Contracting Party may refuse preferential tariff treatment to identical goods exported or manufactured by that person until that person ass evidences compliance with Chapter D (Rules of Origin). 8.

Each Party shall apply, through its customs administration, the principles that apply in the territory of the Contracting Party from which the goods were exported, in the context of a regional origin check, a de minimis calculation or another provision of Chapter D (rules of origin) for which generally accepted accounting principles may be relevant. 11. Each Contracting Party shall provide that, where it finds that a particular thing imported into its territory is not considered to originate in a tariff classification or value which the Party applies to one or more materials used in the manufacture of the goods and which is different from the tariff classification or value which the other Party applies to the materials; The Finding of the Contracting Party shall take effect only if it communicates in writing to the importer of the cause and to the person who completed and signed the certificate of origin for the determination thereof. . . .