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Irish Car Tax

A European Court of Justice adviser said Thursday that Ireland’s registration tax on imported vehicles that aren’t going to be kept there permanently is unconstitutional, and refusing to pay interest on overpayments and charging a $525 fee to process the refunds also breaks EU law.

LUXEMBOURG – A European Court of Justice adviser said Thursday that Ireland’s registration tax on imported vehicles that aren’t going to be kept there permanently is unconstitutional, and refusing to pay interest on overpayments and charging a $525 fee to process the refunds also breaks EU law.

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