Inspection and Sampling Order
When banks are protecting consignment stocks for foreign exporters to, say, the Turkey, or if they are lending to a Turkey importer against a pledge of goods, the goods are usually warehoused in the bank's name pending sale to buyers. Prospective buyers frequently need to inspect and sometimes sample the goods before buying them, and it is necessary to be able to authorize a warehouse to permit this to take place. Assuming that the overseas seller or UK importer authorizes sampling and/or inspection, a bank may issue such an order on a warehouse and hand it to the prospective buyer.

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