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HMRC internal manual

EC preferences: imports from Turkey

HM Revenue & Customs
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Procedures: goods in excess of report and entry: documentation for goods imported in bulk

When it is decided to admit excess bulk goods to Turkish preference under ECPIT7160 and the potential duty and/or other charges on the excess quantity, if they were not so admitted, is below the waiver limit for post-entries, no further action is necessary beyond and appropriate endorsement of the entry.

In other cases, provided no duty and/or other charges are actually payable, written application to admit the goods to Turkish preference may be accepted in lieu of formal entry. Such applications are to be certified ‘Admitted to Turkish Preference: ECPIT7150’.

The written application is to be attached permanently to the entry covering the related consignment. If duty and/or other charges are actually payable a post-entry is to be required.