Рейтинг@Mail.ru
RusEng

News

Federal law to be amended to authorize seizure of undeclared goods

16:24 31/08/2012

MOSCOW, August 31 - RAPSI. The Russian government has submitted amendments to the Code of Administrative Violations to the State Duma that say that property not declared to the customs service could become the property of the state. The document has been posted on the State Duma's website.

Specifically, the documents propose granting the customs authorities the right to transfer property which was the subject of customs rules violations (particularly, Chapter 16 of the Code) and which were discovered by the authorities, to the Federal Agency for State Property Management.

Chapter 16 of the Code of Administrative Violations defines the following violations: Illegal transfer of goods and (or) means of transport via international transport across a customs border of the Customs Union, non-declaration or false declaration of goods, the violation of a customs control zone's regulations and processes, and submitting invalid documents during the customs declaration process among other things.

Share thisE-mail this articlesubmit newsAdd to blogrss feed
Add to blog
To link to this material, copy the code to your blog.
Publishing code:
Preview:

Federal law to be amended to authorize seizure of undeclared goods

16:24 31/08/2012 The Russian government has submitted amendments to the Code of Administrative Violations to the State Duma that say that property not declared to the customs service could become the property of the state.
Forward news story

All fields are mandatory!

Submit news

All fields are mandatory!

Share this

Top news