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06-8-2020 11:27 am  #1


06-8-2020 9:49 pm  #2

Re: 2020/262 transpositions

I have only waded through the first 20odd paragraphs, it's too heavy going. It seems to be an up to date version of 2008/118EC. (Recast)

A number of people have used the destruction of seized goods by Customs as a defence against duty demands but the UK Tribunals ruled it out. This appears to have been clarified now in this new version.

Otherwise I think it is mostly about the transport of excise goods under duty suspension arrangements between bonded warehouses.

If there is something specific you have spotted then please point me in the right direction.


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