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Article e05

Presentation

a.    An eUCP credit allowing presentation of:

i.      electronic records must state a place for presentation of the electronic records.
ii.     Both electronic records and paper documents must also state a place for presentation of the paper documents.

b.     Electronic records may be presented separately and need not be presented at the same time.

c
.     If an eUCP credit allows for presentation of one or more electronic records, the beneficiary is responsible for providing a notice to the bank to            which presentation is made signifying when the presentation is complete. The notice of completeness may be given as an electronic record or            paper document and must identify the eUCP credit to which it relates. Presentation is deemed not to have been made if the beneficiary's notice         is not received.


d.

i.     Each presentation of an electronic record and the presentation of paper documents under an eUCP credit must identify the eUCP credit under        which it is presented.
ii.    A presentation not so identified may be treated as not received.

e
.     If the bank to which presentation is to be made is open but its system is unable to receive a transmitted electronic record on the stipulated expiry         date and/or the last day of the period of time after the date of shipment for presentation, as the case may be, the bank will be deemed to be            closed and the date for presentation and/or the expiry date shall be extended to the first following banking day on which such bank is able to                receive an electronic record. If the only electronic record remaining to be presented is the notice of completeness, it may be given by                        telecommunications or by paper document and will be deemed timely, provided that it is sent before the bank is able to receive an electronic            record.


f.
     An electronic record that cannot be authenticated is deemed not to have been presented.