Import and export: repayment or remission of charges on rejected imports (C&E1179)
- HM Revenue & Customs
- Part of:
- Import and export forms and International freight industry and businesses making customs declarations
- First published:
- 4 April 2014
- Last updated:
- 27 June 2016, see all updates
Use form C&E1179 to claim for repayment or remission of customs charges paid on rejected imports.
Claim for repayment or remission of Import Duty, CAP charges, ADD charges, VAT and Excise Duty paid on rejected imports (C&E1179)
Ref: C&E1179 PDF, 226KB, 4 pages
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Use form C&E1179 to claim repayment or remission of customs charges on goods which are:
- not in accordance with contract
- damaged before customs clearance
When you submit this form you must also send:
- a copy of the import invoice
- documentary proof of entitlement
- a worksheet showing how you’ve calculated the amount to be repaid or remitted, if your claim relates to only part of the imported consignment
Related forms and guidance
Refunds and waivers on customs debt
Find out about repayment and remission of customs duties under the Union Customs Code (UCC), and how to apply.
Published: 4 April 2014
Updated: 27 June 2016
- Content changes to form C&E1179 due to withdrawal of Notice 266.
- Listed the additional documentation you must provide to support your claim.
- First published.