Customs surveillance

European Regulation offers you an opportunity to stop goods which infringe your intellectual property rights from entering through the external borders of the EU. The surveillance of the borders is carried out by customs based on an application and information from the right holder. We offer to help you establish a surveillance for free if you provide us with the information listed in our order form. We will also handle the contact with customs and report any seizure of goods for free. If you want action taken towards seized goods our services will be billed by the hour, but no work will be carried out without your prior consent.
  • Establish an EU customs surveillance for free
  • Professional legal advice on action against seized goods for free
  • Network of intellectual property lawyers in all relevant EU jurisdictions

1. Details of applicant (i.e. right-holder within meaning of Article 2 of Regulation (EC) 1383/2003)

2. Status of applicant (within the meaning of Article 2 of Regulation (EC) No 1383/2003)

3. Type of right to which application refers:

4. Member State(s) in which action by customs authorities is requested:

5. Right-holder's contact person in the other Member States where action is requested

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    6. Any other information in the right-holder's possession, e.g.:

    7. Attach any of these documents:

    1. Essential technical data on the authentic goods;
    2. Specific information concerning the type or pattern of fraud;
    3. Document(s) attesting to the fact that the applicant holds the right for the goods in question within the meaning of Article 2 of Regulation (EC) No 1383/2003 i.e. copies of registration certificate;
    4. Country or countries of production;
    5. Routes used by traffickers;
    6. Technical differences between the authentic and the suspect goods;
    7. Other useful information;
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