Judgment of the European Court of Human Rights in the case of Polimerkonteyner, TOV v. Ukraine
We bring to your attention the judgment of the European Court of Human Rights delivered in the case of Polimerkonteyner, TOV v. Ukraine which is important in terms of law enforcement concerned provisions of Customs, Tax and so on.
Why this judgment can be useful in practice, during the establishment of claim requirements in disputes with customs, in tax disputes, etc., please read in our comment to this judgment by link.
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