Customs & Excise

2009-12-222009-12-172009-12-29Customs and Excise Management Act 1979TSO (The Stationery Office), St Crispins, Duke Street, Norwich, NR3 1PD, 01603 622211,

Notice of Seizure of Goods under the Customs & Excise Management Act 1979

To the owner of the following goods seized on the 17th day of December 2009 seized at Finnegan’s Yard, Hannahstown Hill, Belfast.

Pursuant to Section 139(6) of the Customs and Excise Management Act 1979, and paragraph 1 of Schedule 3 thereto, the Commissioners hereby give notice that by virtue of the powers contained in the Customs and Excise Acts, certain goods namely,

4,200 litres contaminated fuel

has been seized as liable to forfeiture by force of the following namely,

Section 24(4) of the Hydrocarbon Oils Duties Act 1979,

If you claim that the goods were not liable to forfeiture you must within one month from the date of publication of this notice of seizure, give notice of your claim in writing to the Commissioners at an office of Customs & Excise. Your notice must also specify your name and address, the goods claimed as not liable to forfeiture.

If you live outside the United Kingdom or the Isle of Man you must also give the name and address of a solicitor within the United Kingdom who is authorised to accept service of the process on your behalf.

If you do not give notice of claim within the said period of one month or, if any requirement of the above mentioned paragraph 4 is not complied with, the goods will be deemed to have been duly condemned as forfeit.

If you do give notice of claim in the proper form, the Commissioners will take legal proceedings for the condemnation of the said goods.

HM Revenue & Customs, Carne House, 20 Corry Place, Belfast, BT3 9HY.

22 December 2009