Category Archives: Overview of ECJ case law

EU COURT CASE TIGERS C-156/16 In the context of the application of individual anti-dumping duty rates, it is possible to produce a valid invoice after the customs declaration has been made

In a request for a preliminary ruling in the proceedings between the German company, Tigers GmbH (‘Tigers’), and the Hauptzollamt Landshut (Principal Customs Office, Landshut, Germany) (‘the Customs Office’), the Court of justice gives some insides concerning the application for a partial refund of anti-dumping duty in its judgment of 12 October 2017 (Tigers GmbH […]
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