We make every effort to keep Fly-Rights up to date, but airlines frequently change the way they do business. So by the time you read this, a few procedures we explain may be different. In this new commercial environment, consumers have had to take a more active role in choosing their air service by learning to ask a number of questions:
The work may be carried out before or after importation so long as it relates to the imported goods and the charge is shown separately from the price paid or payable for the goods.
You can leave out management fees that you pay to the seller.
This would include general service fees for administration, marketing, accounting, and so on, that are not related to the imported goods. You can ask us to agree to a Method for arriving at an appropriate amount to add or exclude at the time of entry.
This could involve the use of average values or a percentage addition or deduction and be subject to periodic reviews. It is the second Method you must try. It is based on the customs value of identical goods exported to the EC at or about the same time as the goods to be valued.
These are goods produced in the same country as those being valued.
They must also be the same in all respects, such as physical characteristics, quality and reputation. Minor differences in appearance do not matter. This rules out Method 2. You must try Method 3. Ignore the rest of this section and go direct to section 5.
You base it on a customs value of identical goods already accepted by EC customs under Method 1. Where there is a sale at the same commercial level and in the same quantity this must be used. If more than one value is available use the lowest.
You may use sales at a different commercial level or in different quantities. But when arriving at the customs value you must take into account any effect these differences have on the price. There are examples in section You must take account of differences between the costs of delivering the identical goods and delivering the goods to be valued.
A copy of, or the necessary data to enable us to trace, an import entry with supporting documents for identical goods where Method 1 has been accepted by us or another EC customs administration. This entry must relate to identical goods exported at or about the same time as the goods to be valued.
This is to ensure that the goods to be valued and the identical imported goods will have been exported within a timescale in which the price of the goods would not have changed. If some of the goods are sent free of charge, see section 12 and they are entered on the same import entry, the evidence provided with that entry can be used to establish both the customs values.
It is the third Method you must try.
It is based on the customs value of similar goods exported to the EC at or about the same time as the goods to be valued. These are goods which differ in some respects from the goods being valued but they: This rules out Method 3.Read the latest breaking news around Toronto as well as national and international news including images, videos, and community discussion.
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