Kolko cigariet si mozem zobrat so sebou ?

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Kolko cigariet si mozem zobrat so sebou ?

Poslať od beebop » Sob Okt 23, 2004 10:53 am

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Chcel by som sa spytat kolko cigariet si mozem so sebou zobrat do UK. Tu som cital ze je to 1 karton, ale odkedy sme v unii tak sa vraj mozu zobrat az 4 kartony. Tak ako to vlastne je ?

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Poslať od Oli » Sob Okt 23, 2004 12:31 pm


When travelling from the EU to the UK you do not have to pay any tax or duty on goods you have bought in another EU country as long as tax was included in the price when you purchased the items, the items are for your own use, and have been transported to the UK by you. This includes gifts, but does not include any item that is intended to be used as payment or to be resold.

If you bring back large quantities of alcohol or tobacco, a Customs Officer is more likely to ask about the purposes for which you hold the goods. This will most likely be the case if you appear at the airport with more than:

3200 cigarettes
400 cigarillos
200 cigars
3 kg of smoking tobacco
110 litres of beer
10 litres of spirits
90 litres of wine
20 litres of fortified wine i.e.: port or sherry

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Poslať od Gina » Sob Okt 23, 2004 1:42 pm

Tak ako to vlastne je ?
Oficialne podla zakonov EU mas pravo previest KOLKO CHCES akehokolvek vyrobku chces - ale iba NA VLASTNU SPOTREBU. Problem nastava vtedy ked pri prachadzani hranic ta zastavi custom officer a tvojich 20 kartonov sa nu nebude zdat ako mnozstvo na vlastnu spotrebu.
UK v podstate svojvolne limituje mnozstvo cigariet a alkoholu ktore sa z Europy moze doviest ako "na vlastnu spotrebu". Limity su ako uz hore pisala Oli. Tiez som nasla ohladom novych EU krajin toto:

Zaujimave je ale precitat si naledovne:
http://www.channel4.com/news/2004/10/we ... booze.html
The European Commission may have found a way of increasing its popularity in Britain - by defending British citizens against their own government.

The EC is taking the government to court over what it considers excessive penalties on "booze cruisers" bringing in cheap alcohol and tobacco from the continent.

Under EU rules, customers are allowed to buy any amount of cigarettes and alcohol provided they're for their own consumption.

British customs officials insist they only seize goods which are being brought in in such huge quantities that they could not possibly be for personal use. Bridgid Nzekwu reports.

Stacking the car with cheap beer, wine and cigarettes from mainland Europe is a long-standing British hobby, but it has been under attack.

Three years after the European Commission first complained that UK customs and excise is unfairly penalising booze-cruisers, the Commission is taking the British government to the European Court of Justice.

It is entirely legal to bring in tobacco and alcohol for personal consumption - but those who import them for friends and relatives have been targeted by customs.

In some cases people's goods have been seized and their vehicles confiscated. In 2002 alone UK customs impounded 10,000.

The European Commission agrees that honest citizens are being treated like illegal smugglers, calling it an infringement of the fundamental right of EU citizens to buy goods in another member state and avoid extra duty back home.

The government allows individuals to bring in more than 3,000 cigarettes, three kilograms of tobacco and more than 200 litres of alcohol.

But British customs officers insist they are only cracking down hard on people they suspect of exploiting the rules by bringing in quantities which cannot possibly be only for their own use.

The ferry industry has also put pressure on the government because it is losing customers.

The Chancellor Gordon Brown now says people caught the first time can keep their cars but must pay the tax due and a fine - insisting it is the only way to deal with losses to the Treasury of £3 billion a year.

If the European Court of Justice upholds the Commission's complaint, the government could find itself having to pay a large fine.
Teda ak EUC bude uspesne, UK bude asi musiet svoje limity vyzdvihnut a fajciarom ci tym ktory oblubuju alkohol sa bude cez hranice chodit lahsie. :-)