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22-4-2018 7:16 am  #1


A-J questions. Where are they.

A question we are often asked. They are quoted in many places in the forum but the actual location is here.

http://www.legislation.gov.uk/uksi/2010/593/contents/made

Go to part2, section 13, para 4.

Please note the quantities of goods quoted in the text are out of date. Credit to JMK for bringing this to our attention.

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22-4-2018 8:26 am  #2


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Nice bit of light reading there Eezy  Thank god you referenced the area to look at 


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23-4-2018 7:12 am  #3


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Glad you tested it out and were able to find it from these directions.

We used to quote the source as EC118/2008 but a couple of judges/witnesses/barristers have picked up on that saying we are under English Law.


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23-4-2018 5:44 pm  #4


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That is interesting.
It appears to be at odds with the current guidelines of 800 cigarettes etc.
Is that correct?
JMK


 

 

23-4-2018 8:18 pm  #5


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Nice spot JMK. Can't believe I didn't see that !! Are these the current regs Eezy ? Would make a court case interesting surely if someone gets pulled for say, having 3Kg of Bacci and their own regs state that it is within the MIL's 

Wonder if they actually have anyone checking that their online sources are up to date ?


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23-4-2018 8:34 pm  #6


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I did a search for the appropriate legislation and picked the first one I came to. I guess there is an amended version in the public domain.

Apologies if anyone was misled and thanks to JMK.


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23-4-2018 9:03 pm  #7


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Can't get the staff 


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23-4-2018 10:14 pm  #8


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Shaky wrote:

Can't get the staff 

Bugger innit?
 


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24-4-2018 7:01 am  #9


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eezyrider wrote:

I did a search for the appropriate legislation and picked the first one I came to. I guess there is an amended version in the public domain.

Apologies if anyone was misled and thanks to JMK.

I'd agree that there probably is, but would be interesting to see it.

JMK
 

 

24-4-2018 6:01 pm  #10


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Johny_MK wrote:

eezyrider wrote:

I did a search for the appropriate legislation and picked the first one I came to. I guess there is an amended version in the public domain.

Apologies if anyone was misled and thanks to JMK.

I'd agree that there probably is, but would be interesting to see it.

JMK
 

Published 2011 as an amendment to the 2010 Act:-

Amendments to the Excise Goods (Holding, Movement and Duty Point) Regulations 20105. 

 In paragraph (4)(h) of regulation 13 (goods already released for consumption in another Member State-excise duty point and persons liable to pay)—

(a)for “3200 cigarettes” substitute “800 cigarettes”; and

(b)for “3 kilogrammes” substitute “1 kilogramme”.

They never rewrite legislation normally, to include amendments. Amendments are published separately and it can be tricky keeping up to date.
 


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26-4-2018 5:19 am  #11


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Agreed.  Reading statutes etc and finding the right sections etc is very difficult.

Thanks Eezy.

JMK

 

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