Exemption from import VAT under the "Customs Procedure 42". Important changes in 2020!

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Welcome to the series of videos on “Customs procedure 42” prepared by Monika Bielskienė, the lawyer in the Enteco Baltic case in cooperation with Enrika Naujokė, director of the customs brokerage agency UAB "Muita".

The series consist of 3 videos:

  • In the first, we explain what is the "Customs procedure 42" and what are the legal requirements to apply it.
  • In the second, we look at the Enteco Baltic case worth 4.5 million euros! The case was heard in the Court of Justice of the European Union (2019) and the consequent decision was made by the Lithuanian Supreme Administrative Court (2020).
  • In the final part, we introduce you to the changes of the EU VAT law, coming into force since the beginning of 2020, which have significantly reformed the essential part of the "Customs procedure 42".

You will find supplementing material in the Resources part. After watching the course, check your knowledge by taking the quiz and earn a certificate if you pass it! 

Upon completion of training and passing test, a certificate is generated. If there are more employees of your company, who wish to complete the training, contact us for a special price offer by e-mail mokymai@muita.lt.

© 2020 UAB "Muita" & Monika Bielskienė

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