An UK EUR1 Movement Certificate is used to claim preferential rates of duty in the country of importation. To qualify, the goods must fully meet the rules of origin in the exporting country and be accompanied by a correctly completed and endorsed UK EUR1. The preference system only applies to countries where trade agreements exist with the UK.
When completing the EUR1 it is advisable that the exporter, or authorised agent, refer to the HM Revenue and Customs Notices 827, 828, 830 and 832 (below) which cover how the export preference system works in the UK, and lists the countries that hold preferential trade agreements to help you to be sure that the goods originate in line with origin rules.
For guidance on the correct completion please see the guides below and contact us with any other questions.