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    For Rules of Origin, I would state the EU country you bought it from. They only want to charge you VAT when it enters their single market.

    As for the French, they are being the usual charming neighbours. They are deliberately delaying and holding up parcels. BBC News story last night were they let £1000s of live shelfish go to waste just because the paperwork was 4kg out. Held another lorry driver up. Put his paperwork on a desk to be checked, they didn't even touch it. Told him he could go after two hours wating. The French then put pressure on Spain because they were being too lax. They are laughing at us because we are allowing smooth imports into the UK. Lovely partners the EU..see ya and good riddance, your French wine tasted like piss anyway.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Earl Smith View Post

    Mrs Maggot. I would wait a few months and see what happens. Its all a bit chaotic at the moment and maybe it will sort itself out.
    Unfortunately I cannot wait the equipment I hired has to go back the penalties are huge for not sending it back. It has been sent off with UPS are personal equipment, returned to owner. - I will let you know how the parcel goes. I took out no insurance on the parcel from UPS but took out full insurance on its value of £800 with Secursus for £6.40 so the parcel is fully insured. i will now use them for other parcels, as their insurance works out cheaper than any even on the cheap parcel sites.
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    Quote Originally Posted by GoonerGary View Post
    For Rules of Origin, I would state the EU country you bought it from. They only want to charge you VAT when it enters their single market.
    Rules of Origin relates to where the goods are made, not the country where they were bought. Any duty and vat will be applied by UK Customs, not the EU. To the best of my knowledge HMRC are very unlikely to give away the drippings from the end of their nose.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pw66 View Post
    Rules of Origin relates to where the goods are made, not the country where they were bought. Any duty and vat will be applied by UK Customs, not the EU. To the best of my knowledge HMRC are very unlikely to give away the drippings from the end of their nose.
    I think it might fall under 'goods in production'.

    When I imported from the USA, the parcel qualified as an Ex-Works shipment. So the seller couldn't add extra admin fees, customs clearance fees, Brexit charges etc. Worth reading up on. Rather than the seller paying UK VAT directly to HMRC, you would be responsible.

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