Infringement of the rules
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Difference of the customs and the customs offense
§ 70 of the Customs Act
Customs delik t is any act or omission of a natural person entrepreneur or legal person who violated customs regulations in a manner according to § 72 field 1.
§ 71 of the Customs Act
Customs offense is caused by any act or omission of a natural person who violated customs regulations as described in § 72 field 1.
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§ 72 of the Customs Act
Customs law or customs offense is committed by a person who
- illegally imported or exported goods
- indicating incorrect data on goods subject to customs supervision,
- cause he was placed under the false, forged or counterfeit documents or incorrect or false information,
- fails to comply with the conditions laid down for goods
- p repustený to customs suspensive procedure,
- catered to discuss customs offense or customs offense, or storage,
- illegally withdraw goods from customs supervision of such withdrawal or participate,
- submitted false documents to the customs authorities of imported and exported goods or goods in transit
- possesses goods that escaped customs surveillance
- break seals
- customs officer fails to stop or otherwise prevent him carrying out its activities,
- fails to stop the customs authority
- fulfill the reporting obligation under § 4. 2 or notification requirements in § 36b
- to goods under customs supervision, breach of duty under a special regulation on protection of species of wild fauna and flora by regulating trade therein
- otherwise violate customs regulations.
What penalties may be imposed for violation of customs regulations and customs offense?
§ 73 of the Customs Act
The customs office may impose a customs offense following penalties:
- forfeiture of goods or things.
§ 74 of the Customs Act
For violation of customs regulations can be by gravity customs regulations impose a fine of up to 99 581.75 €, in the case of violation of customs regulations under § 72 field 1 point. o) to 331 939.18 €. The penalty imposed for violation of customs regulations is due within 30 days from the date of the decision imposing the fine.
§ 80 of the Customs Act
Customs at the Customs Office may leap to impose the following sanctions
- reprimand in the case of the offense under § 72 ods.1 point. l),
- forfeiture of goods or things.
For customs offense can the seriousness of breaches of customs regulations impose a fine of up to 3 319.39 €, in respect of customs offense under § 72 ods.1 point. a) 33 to 193.91 €. In order proceedings may be fined up to 1 659.69 €. Block proceedings in the may be fined up to 331.93 €.
§ 81 of the Customs Act
Fine imposed for a customs offense is due within 30 days from the date of the decision imposing the fine.