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NAV inspectors withdrew and found no faults at the wells
Author: MTI [email protected]
Published on 11/17/2021 07:44 | Updated: 11/17/2021 07:49
Budapest – In one day, the financial inspectors researched whether the new price regulations were being complied with and whether the quality of the petrol was good.
The National Tax and Customs Administration (NAV) started inspecting the petrol stations on Monday, the balance of the first day was positive, no operator followed any violation of the law – informed András Tállai of MTI.
The Secretary of State for Parliamentary Affairs of the Ministry of Finance recalled that the price of fuels affects the operation of the economy and prices in general, so from November 15 the government set the price of non-premium petrol and diesel at a limit of HUF 480 per liter.
Compliance with the rules is monitored by NAV – said András Tállai, noting that the financial guards have a serious and important task, as
According to the latest customs data, there are 2016 petrol stations in 1,600 settlements.
The National Tax and Customs Administration is investigating, among other things, whether the rules on fuel prices are being complied with at the wells. The maximum price is HUF 480, petrol and diesel are not for sale at a higher price, the operator who does so can expect a penalty – underlined András Tállai. In other words, the amount to be paid for petrol and diesel cannot be higher than 480 forints, he emphasized.
András Tállai said that petrol stations can expect an even more serious inspection from Wednesday, because from today
NAV’s internationally renowned mobile laboratories are also involved in monitoring fuel prices, and the fuel quality can be checked immediately.
Detecting abuses with mobile inspection labs is a very simple test, the instrument can be performed on site in a few minutes – he added.
András Tállai pointed out that the operators of a gas station that does not comply with the rules can count on fines and even the closure of the store in case of repeated violations. NAV may impose fines ranging from one hundred thousand forints to three million forints, and in the event of a repeated violation, the gas station may be complied with for up to half a year, in which case the operation will be taken over by a registered service provider.
According to the state, sanctions will rarely be imposed in the next three months, mainly because operators ensure compliance with tax and other laws. And some taxpayers considering circumventing the rules may be encouraged to comply fully with increased customs control.