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Q   Some months ago I purchased a new car in the North of Ireland at a greatly reduced price I might add

I have been told by some friends that it is only a matter of time before I am caught and that I will be in grave trouble then.

What do you think I should do?

A  Immediately report to the Customs and Excise people as you are at present walking a tightrope, that is if you are a citizen and resident in the Republic of Ireland.

The Customs and Excise will determine the rate of import duty payable by you.  The newer the vehicle the higher the rate of tax payable.  Bring with you all necessary documentation i.e. proof of ownership, purchase docket etc.       Good luck.

THE  STAR,  Friday  January 5,  1990

Written by LegalEagleStar

December 29, 2010 at 4:17 pm

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