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05.01.2016

UCC IMPLEMENTING ACT AND DELEGATED ACT / EU COMMISSION PROPOSAL ON CUSTOMS INFRINGEMENTS AND SANCTIONS

 

CLECAT- NEWS FROM BRUSSELS :

 

UCC IMPLEMENTING ACT AND DELEGATED ACT

On 29 December 2015, the UCC Implementing Act and UCC Delegated Act have been published in the Official Journal of the European Union. The provisions of these Regulations would enter the 1st of May 2016 in order to enable the full application of the Union Customs Code.

The UCC Implementing Act and UCC Delegated Act are available HERE.

Please note, as stated in the CLECAT Newsletter 2015/46, that EU Commission made also available online the Transitional rules for the Union Customs Code. The text is available HERE.

The next stage of the adoption process for the Transitional Delegated Act is to see if there are any objections from the European Parliament and Council. The transitional rules will apply from 1 May 2016 until the respective IT system has been updated or deployed. Consistent with Article 279 of the UCC, the last system will be deployed at the end of 2020.

 

EU COMMISSION PROPOSAL ON CUSTOMS INFRINGEMENTS AND SANCTIONS

The current proposal on customs infringements and sanctions (available HERE) will be subject to an exchange of views at the upcoming meeting of the European Parliament Internal Market Committee on 14 January 2016. The deadline for tabling amendments to the Commission proposal is set at 16 March 2016.