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New rules for importing tobacco start on 1 July 2019
These new rules are part of the ‘Black Economy Package' for combatting illicit tobacco, but will apply more broadly.
Australia
12 Apr 2019
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Navigating input tax credits for the GST paid on imported goods
GST is payable on taxable supplies and taxable importations, and in some cases, one transaction can constitute both.
Australia
7 Mar 2019
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No ifs or butts: warehouse manager personally liable for customs duty on stolen cigarettes
Liability for dutiable goods is not limited to the warehouse licence holder and may extend to directors and employees.
Australia
26 Nov 2018
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But I am not the importer – why have I received a demand to pay customs duty?
The definition of 'owner', who is responsible for the payment of customs duty, is very wide, and can include brokers.
Australia
26 Jul 2017
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Obtaining a tariff concession order (TCO) – not a breeze for wind turbine importer
Imported goods must be distinguishable from 'substitutable goods' - currently or capable of being produced in Australia.
Australia
23 Jul 2017
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Tariff concession orders – are your goods actually covered?
TCOs allow goods to be imported without customs duty when there are no local manufacturers producing substitutable goods.
Australia
3 Apr 2017
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AAT overturns Customs tariff decision based on rules of interpretation
As the decision shows, failure to consider context can result in errors in tariff classification.
Australia
15 Jan 2017
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Foreign judgments, foreign contracts and dangers of jurisdiction clauses
When negotiating a contract with a foreign entity, carefully consider any jurisdiction and choice of law clauses.
Australia
29 Jul 2016
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Foreign corporations selling in Australia can be caught by the ACL
Foreign corporations can be guilty of misleading or deceptive conduct when supplying goods or services to consumers.
Australia
15 Apr 2016
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Buying goods from overseas that are delivered to your door? You may be on the hook for customs duty and import GST even if you thought it was the seller's responsibility
An investigation revealed that the foreign company under-declared the value of the imported goods to Australian Customs.
Australia
10 Jul 2015
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A light, a fan or a super-fan? Tribunal decision highlights difficulties classifying composite goods to determine customs duty
The AAT considered the proper customs classification of particular electric ceiling fans with integrated lights.
Australia
30 Oct 2014
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Enforcing a foreign judgment in Australia when the judgment is not registrable under the Foreign Judgments Act 1991
Enforcing a foreign judgment in Australia depends on the type of judgment and the country where the judgment is obtained.
Australia
2 Sep 2014
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High Court refuses customs duty refund for mistake discovered out of time
The case emphasises the importance for importers and their customs agents to take care when paying customs duty and GST.
Australia
5 May 2014
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Tougher penalties under the new Customs Infringement Notice Scheme commencing on 1 February 2014
From 1 February 2014, INS changes mean tougher penalties will apply to a wider category of strict liability offences.
Australia
1 Feb 2014
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Tariff Concession Orders
ATariff Concession Order allows an importer to import goods free of duty where no substitutable goods are produced in Australia.The objective of the TCO system is to prevent embedded costs, in the form of customs duty, being passed on to Australian industry and consumers where there is no relevant local industry to protect.
Australia
5 Apr 2011
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