carrier’s certificate

(U.S. Customs) A document issued by a shipping company, addressed to a District Director of Customs, which certifies that a named individual is the owner or consignee of the articles listed in the certificate. This document is often the “evidence of right to make entry” required by U.S. Customs for an individual to clear goods through Customs. See evidence of right to make entry.

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