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  1. Join Date
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    #31
    Quote Originally Posted by testament11 View Post
    Good faith, what I mean here is all taxes have been paid by the importer. Yan kasi yun nakikita kong question lang. Paano naman kung nabayaran ng importer yun mga taxes na kailangan para makapasok dito yun sasakyan? Huhuliin pa rin ba nila ako dahil illegally pumasok ang sasakyan ko, where in fact hawak ko yun mga papel na kailangan?
    You have to go back where you got your car because sila dapat talaga ang dapat habulin ng BOC and BIR. Since 500K+ ang tax ng imports, and they sell cars way below that, it's logical to think that they do not pay the proper taxes with respect to the applicable laws.

    IF there was a status quo ante order from Supreme Court before they affirmed EO156, may laban **siguro** kayo. You guys must read up court docs and even the SC decision affirming the constitutionality of EO156. Wala pa kasi mahanap online.

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    #32
    kasalanan ba kasi ng mga importer kung ung product nila ang nabibili dito sa pinas kaysa sa mga local brandnew nakemamahal..

    ibagsak nila ang presyo ng bagong sasakyan buti kung may bumili pa ng secondhand vehicle,na imported

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    #33
    kasalanan yan ng mga importer alam nilang may kaso pa yan sa korte pasok pa din sila ng pasok ng mga sasakyan ibig sabihin posible silang matalo kaso lagi gusto kumita kaya laging bahala na si batman

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    #34
    Quote Originally Posted by nervenllarena View Post
    kasalanan yan ng mga importer alam nilang may kaso pa yan sa korte pasok pa din sila ng pasok ng mga sasakyan ibig sabihin posible silang matalo kaso lagi gusto kumita kaya laging bahala na si batman
    Hindi naman sila makakabenta kung walang bumibili.

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    #35
    dapat ang mga LOCAL manufacturers pati na din ang respondent sa case na ito should

    FILE a Motion to Issue a Clarificatory Order re. the scope of the ban on used vehicles.... and the taxes that shall be imposed...

    or baka naman po nasa Order or decision na din yung scope ng ban....

    AFAIK... ang Hahabulin naman eh yung importers hindi yung vehicle owners eh....

    so hindi naman dapat pang harangin sa daan ang ibang B plate.... magiging milking cow lang yan....

    or better yet yung mga B plates na hindi sakop ng BAN should go to LTO or the govt. agencie/s concerned and ask for a certification that their vehicle is not included sa ban (be sure lang na Certified true copy)... para pag nasita po tayo... may ipapakita na tayo na papel...

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    #36
    Papayag kaya mga CEZA plate owners para lang magamit yung "cheap import" nila?

    EO 418

    EXECUTIVE ORDER NO. 418

    MODIFYING THE TARIFF NOMENCLATURE AND RATES OF IMPORT DUTY ON USED MOTOR VEHICLES UNDER SECTION 104 OF THE TARIFF AND CUSTOMS CODE OF 1978 (PRESIDENTIAL DECREE NO. 1464, AS AMENDED)

    NOW, THEREFORE, I, GLORIA MACAPAGAL ARROYO, President of the Republic of the Philippines, by virtue of the powers vested in me by law, do hereby order:

    SECTION 1. The articles specifically listed in Annex “A” hereof, as classified under Section 104 of the Tariff and Customs Code of 1978, as amended, shall be subject to the rates of import duty indicated opposite each article, except for trucks, buses and special purpose vehicles.

    SEC. 2. In addition to the regular rates of import duty, the articles specifically listed in Annex “A” hereof, as classified under Section 104 of the Tariff and Customs Code of 1978, as amended, shall be subject to additional specific duty of PhP500,000.00.

    SEC. 3. The amount of specific duty will be indexed by the Secretary of Finance once every two (2) years if the change in the exchange rate of the Philippine peso against the United States (U.S.) dollar is more than ten percent (10%) from the date of the effectivity of this Order, in the case of initial adjustment and from the last revision date in the case of subsequent adjustments.

    In case the change in the exchange rate of the Philippine peso against the US dollar is more than twenty percent (20%) at any time within the two-year period referred to above, the Secretary of Finance shall index the amount by the full rate of depreciation or appreciation, as the case may be.

    SEC. 4. The following motor vehicles shall be considered “used” and shall be subject to the duties herein prescribed: (a) all motor vehicles that have been sold, registered and operated in the roads/ highways of any foreign state or country; or (b) all imported motor vehicles that has a mileage of more than 200 kilometers regardless of year model.

    SEC. 5. Upon the effectivity of this Executive Order, the articles specifically listed in the aforesaid Annex, which are entered and withdrawn from warehouses in the Philippines, shall be levied the rates of import and specific duties herein prescribed.

    SEC. 6. All Presidential issuances, administrative rules and regulations, or parts thereof, which are inconsistent with this Executive Order are hereby revoked or modified accordingly.

    SEC. 7. This Executive Order shall take effect thirty (30) days following its complete publication in two (2) newspapers of general circulation in the Philippines.

    Done in the City of Manila, this 4th day of April in the year of our Lord, Two Thousand and Five.
    Last edited by Monseratto; February 21st, 2013 at 11:45 AM.

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    #37
    Sabi ng nanay ko, rebolusyon daw ang mangyayari once na mapatupad ang mga ita, wahahaha!!!!

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    #38
    Quote Originally Posted by stickers View Post
    Not a lawyer here but as I understand once enforced na yung law as dictated by the Supreme Court.. hindi sya pedeng ante-dated.. meaning yung nabili ng mga units prior to the the creation and final implementation of the law should not be covered by the law. It only applies sa mga subsequent importations.

    Constitution says Article III Bill of Rights Section 22.
    Stickers: Just to give you an idea how messy this might get.

    "yung nabili ng mga units prior to the the creation and final implementation of the law..." <-- The law was created Dec 2002, final implementation.... who knows? Ex-post facto law does not apply to this particular situation. The same has been "in effect" since 2002, albeit with objections left and right. Protests, no matter how popular they might be, do not negate a law.

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    #39
    colleague of mine just returned the units that he bought 7 months ago. dealer returned the money and they go separate ways.


    buyer invoked the no legal impediment clause in the deed of sale and the free from all liens and encumbrances.


    even if you call lto now, no renewal of registration is allowed.

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    #40
    Quote Originally Posted by MMMickey View Post
    Stickers: Just to give you an idea how messy this might get.

    "yung nabili ng mga units prior to the the creation and final implementation of the law..." <-- The law was created Dec 2002, final implementation.... who knows? Ex-post facto law does not apply to this particular situation. The same has been "in effect" since 2002, albeit with objections left and right. Protests, no matter how popular they might be, do not negate a law.
    How would it affect those who acquired the units prior to 2002? Damay pa rin sila?
    Last edited by stickers; February 21st, 2013 at 10:18 PM.

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LTO, Customs to strictly enforce EO 156 ban on 'surplus cars'