Corporate entities participating in foreign economic activities often come across the issue of drawback of the additional funds paid or collected by a customs authority.
The refund may take place only if the corporate entity proves that the overpayment really took place, and the evidence can’t be verbal. The evidence need to be documented and verified by a court act that has entered into legal force or by a decision of a superior customs authority. That said, it often happens that the Customs simply refuses to do the refund without even accepting the complaint concerning an overpayment or excess collection of duties. However, if you turn to qualified specialists they can help you to break the deadlock.
The lawyers of our Company help foreign economic activity participants who have a hard time trying to get a refund for the excess customs payments to solve this problem.