A statutory rationalisation of the procedure governing the forfeiture of goods by HMRC was urgently required as the present system is so confusing to the public and pregnant with the possibility of substantial injustice.
Mr Justice Evans-Lombe
 EWHC 237 (Ch)
England and Wales
Remitted from – Weller v Revenue and Customs VDT 12-Sep-2006
VDT EXCISE DUTY – Restoration of goods – Cigarettes – Whether decision not to restore was reasonable – No – Appeal allowed. . .
Cited – Revenue and Customs v Jones and Another CA 18-Jul-2011
HMRC appealed against an order for the return to the owner of goods seized under the 1979 Act. The respondents imported tobacco and alcohol which was seized. They said it had been for personal use. HMRC now said that the Tribunal’s jurisdiction to . .
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Customs and Excise
Updated: 05 July 2022; Ref: scu.238693