A winning at the Customs and Fiscal Office

A winning at the Customs and Fiscal Office

For our client who is a receiving entity within the meaning of the Act of 9 March 2017 on the Monitoring System for the Carriage of Goods by Road and Rail and Trade in Heating Fuels we won a dispute before the Head of the Customs and Fiscal Office.

During an inspection, the tax authority found that the receiving entity had provided data inconsistent with the facts in a goods transport notification and initiated proceedings to impose a penalty of almost PLN 100,000.

It should be pointed out that the provisions of the Act of 9 March 2017 set forth the rules of the system for monitoring the road transport of the so-called “sensitive goods” and the liability for breach of obligations connected with this transport. The Act considers as “sensitive goods”, inter alia, engine fuels and their derivatives, heating fuels, lubricating oils and lubricating preparations which may be used as additives to engine fuels, products containing ethyl alcohol (ethyl alcohol-based defrosters, thinners and solvents), completely denatured ethyl alcohol and dried tobacco.

The client was represented before the Head of the Customs and Fiscal Office by tax advisor Iwona Jacieczko. The arguments of the attorney were accepted and the imposition of a fine was waived already at the stage of the proceedings conducted by the tax authority.

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