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The Customs Expertise in the EAEU Countries Law: Theory and Practice Issues

Student: Anastasiya Sokolova

Supervisor: Olga A. Berzin

Faculty: Faculty of Law

Educational Programme: Legal Support and Business Protection (Master)

Year of Graduation: 2021

The research analyzes the legal norms regulating the institution of customs expertise in the Customs Code of the EAEU, the practice of applying these norms, as well as a comparative analysis of the norms on customs expertise in the legislation of the EAEU member states. This topic is relevant, since customs expertise plays an important role in customs control and occupies a significant place in the fight against violations of customs legislation. It is carried out, among other things, in order to establish signs of administrative offenses or criminal offenses. Keywords: customs expertise, customs legislation, customs control, customs regulation.

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