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Act No. 1700/1995 of December 22, 1995, on Amendments to Section 25 of the Customs Act, Finland

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Details Details Year of Version 1996 Dates Entry into force: January 1, 1996 Adopted: December 22, 1995 Type of Text IP-related Laws Subject Matter Enforcement of IP and Related Laws Notes The notification by Finland to the WTO under Article 63.2 of TRIPS states:
'The amendment extends the competence of the Customs Authority. In the case of evidently counterfeit or pirated goods, the Customs Authority may notify the holder of the intellectual property right of a possible infringement irrespective of the lodging or approval of an application by the right holder'.

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Main text(s) Main text(s) Finnish Laki tullilain 25 §:n muuttamisesta 1700/1995        

Annettu Helsingissä 22 päivänä joulukuuta 1995


tullilain 25§:n muuttamisesta

Eduskunnan päätöksen mukaisesti

lisätään 29 päivänä joulukuuta 1994 annetun tullilain (1466/94) 25  §:ään uusi 3 momentti, jolloin nykyinen 3 momentti siirtyy 4 momentiksi, seuraavasti:


Tullihallitus ja piiritullikamari saavat antaatietoja väärennettyjen ja laittomasti valmistettujen

tavaroiden vapaaseen liikkeeseen luovutuksen, viennin, jälleenviennin tai

suspensiomenettelyyn asettamisen kieltävistä toimenpiteistä annetussa neuvoston asetuksessa

((EY) N:o 3295/94) tarkoitetulle oikeudenhaltijalle tulliviranomaisen havaitsemista

asetuksessa tarkoitetuista todennäköisesti väärennetyistä tai laittomasti valmistetuista


Tämä laki tulee voimaan 1 päivänä tammikuuta 1996.

HE 181/95

TaVM 25/95

EV 157/95

Helsingissä 22 päivänä joulukuuta 1995

Tasavallan Presidentti


Kauppa- ja teollisuusministeri

Antti Kalliomäki

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