Liability for Stolen Goods (6 CPD points – Stream B – FTA080)
This course is suitable for customs brokers and operators of Sec 79 warehouses and Sec 77G depots.
Russell Wiese (Principal, Hunt & Hunt Lawyers) delivered a webinar on 6 December 2018 addressing the implications of the High Court ruling.
Duration: 60 minutes
An optional assessment is available with multiple choice questions. Students must attain an 80% pass mark to qualify for customs broker CPD points. An online certificate can be downloaded on completion via "My Courses" and selecting the certificate icon. An attainment record of all completed CPD/CBC is available in "My Accounts". Results will also be recorded and maintained on ComplianceNetFTA.
EXCLUSIVE TO FTA MEMBERS $38.50
- Liability for Stolen Goods (6 CPD points – Stream B – FTA080)
The theft of goods can occur from even the best run warehouse. The Customs Act provides that when such goods go missing a person entrusted with the possession, custody or control of the goods is liable for the duty that would have been payable on the stolen goods. The Government has always exercised this power against the corporate warehouse licence holder. However, in a dramatic development for the industry, the High Court has ruled that demands can be properly made against employees of the licence holder. This means that if you are an employee that has to day to day control over a warehouse, you are personally liable if goods are stolen from the warehouse. This will be the case even when you had no involvement in the theft.
Contact ComplianceNet - Freight & Trade Alliance Training Support on 02 9975 1878 or czalai@FTAlliance.com.au for help with enrolment.