Guidance

The Customs Tariff (Establishment) (EU Exit) Regulations

Read this document to find out the legal classification and import rate for products being imported into the UK.

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The Tariff of the United Kingdom

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This is a draft version of the document. A final version will be uploaded with the legislation, which is subject to Parliamentary approval.

This document contains the legal classification and import rate for products being imported into the UK. The Customs Tariff (Establishment) Regulations give effect to this document.

The purpose of the Statutory Instrument is to establish a UK customs tariff. The tariff classifies goods and it contains the rules for determining the correct amount of duty applicable to these goods. The regulation establishes a tariff by reference to the Tariff of the United Kingdom document. We’ll link to the Statutory Instrument on the legislation.gov.uk site once it’s published.

Published 13 March 2019
Last updated 8 October 2019 + show all updates
  1. This document has been updated with the latest UK Trade Tariff
  2. First published.