June 21, 2022
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Can you appeal if you disagree with the CN code recommendation issued by the Customs Laboratory?

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You can ask the Customs Laboratory to classify your goods to double-check the commodity code you use or plan to use. However, the recommended product code might differ from yours, and you may disagree with it. What should be done in such a case? Should you ignore the recommendation of the Customs Laboratory? Or is it better to appeal against it? And, in general, is it possible to appeal against such non-binding conclusions? The Supreme Administrative Court of Lithuania (SACL) clarified the latter issue.
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Prekių tarifinis klasifikavimas – iššūkis verslui ir/ar muitinei?
31-01-2024

Praėjusius metus Lietuvos vyriausiasis administracinis teismas baigė ir naujus 2024 m. pradėjo priimdamas 3 nutartis susijusias su prekių tarifiniu klasifikavimu. Tačiau visos šiose bylose galima rasti skirtingas žinutes, kurias verta įsidėmėti diskutuojant su muitine dėl tinkamo prekių tarifinio klasifikavimo.

Ingrida Kemežienė

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Prekių tarifinis klasifikavimas – iššūkis verslui ir/ar muitinei?
31-01-2024

Praėjusius metus Lietuvos vyriausiasis administracinis teismas baigė ir naujus 2024 m. pradėjo priimdamas 3 nutartis susijusias su prekių tarifiniu klasifikavimu. Tačiau visos šiose bylose galima rasti skirtingas žinutes, kurias verta įsidėmėti diskutuojant su muitine dėl tinkamo prekių tarifinio klasifikavimo.

Ingrida Kemežienė

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Hidden element of tariff classification: Legislative purpose
03-01-2024

Omer Wagner

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Hidden element of tariff classification: Legislative purpose
03-01-2024

Omer Wagner

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en, lt
Communication (EU): Recent changes in the classification of goods
26-11-2023

A recently published EU Official Journal contains a communication in accordance with Article 34(7)(a)(iii) of the Union Customs Code on decisions relating to binding information issued by the customs authorities of the member states concerning the classification of goods in the customs nomenclature. In this article, we provide an overview of some of the international tariff measures listed in the communication.

Ingrida Sakalienė

classification
en, lt
Communication (EU): Recent changes in the classification of goods
26-11-2023

A recently published EU Official Journal contains a communication in accordance with Article 34(7)(a)(iii) of the Union Customs Code on decisions relating to binding information issued by the customs authorities of the member states concerning the classification of goods in the customs nomenclature. In this article, we provide an overview of some of the international tariff measures listed in the communication.

Ingrida Sakalienė

classification
en, lt
Combined Nomenclature 2024 (and how we... classify dragons)
26-11-2023

Editors’ word: 2024 is the year of the wood dragon (Chinese zodiac sign). How do we classify such a dragon? :-) We can start the discussion with wood and its products, among which we find a dragon tree* (4407 29), and an old legend says that when a dragon dies, it is reborn as a dragon tree... such an interesting fact in the run-up to the New Year. Despite the importance of dragons in 2024, we won't find anything new about them in next year's Combined Nomenclature. However, we invite you to take a look at the other changes - check for any new developments related to your imports or exports. Thank you to Virginija Dordzikienė for the overview.

Virginija Dordzikienė

classification
en, lt
Combined Nomenclature 2024 (and how we... classify dragons)
26-11-2023

Editors’ word: 2024 is the year of the wood dragon (Chinese zodiac sign). How do we classify such a dragon? :-) We can start the discussion with wood and its products, among which we find a dragon tree* (4407 29), and an old legend says that when a dragon dies, it is reborn as a dragon tree... such an interesting fact in the run-up to the New Year. Despite the importance of dragons in 2024, we won't find anything new about them in next year's Combined Nomenclature. However, we invite you to take a look at the other changes - check for any new developments related to your imports or exports. Thank you to Virginija Dordzikienė for the overview.

Virginija Dordzikienė

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Monthly EU law news Oct-Nov 2023 | CN codes, value, CBAM, IT, int. sanctions…
14-11-2023

Enrika Naujokė

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Monthly EU law news Oct-Nov 2023 | CN codes, value, CBAM, IT, int. sanctions…
14-11-2023

Enrika Naujokė

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