EMCS fallback: Fallback Splitting Operation (FSO1)
Use form FSO1 when you need to split a movement of energy products in line with the fallback procedures in Notice 197.
Ref: FSO1 PDF, 255KB, 1 page
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Related forms and guidance
Notification of Movement starting in Fallback (NoMF)
Use form NoMF when you need to notify HMRC that a movement is going to begin using fallback procedures.
Fallback Accompanying Document (FAD) for movements of excise goods under suspension of Excise Duty
Use form FAD when goods need to be dispatched following the fallback procedures in Notice 197.
Fallback Change of Destination (FCoD)
Use form FCoD when goods need to be changed following the fallback procedures in Notice 197.