"Express 48 cigarettes were fined 10,000 yuan" is the response of the Wuxi Tobacco Bureau in the old case 7 years ago


2022-05-13: [Article Link Mr. Lee Hyun-cheng, a leading journalist. In a case recently reported by the media, where 48 shipments of cigarettes were fined in the amount of tens of thousands of United States dollars (US$) and which led to online discussions, leading journalists verified that the case had taken place in 2015 and that the court had handed down a lawful sentence for administrative punishment in the following year. Journalists noted that on the website of the Sinocco Tobacco Specialized Bureau, a number of announcements had recently been published stating that parcels of illegally mailed cigarettes had been seized at various courier points, involving several courier companies in the country. Chinese cigarettes. Forty-eight cigarettes were fined for the old case seven years ago. In the above-mentioned case, due to the need of the sister's marriage, Ms. Lu commissioned her mother-in-law to legally purchase 48 Chinese cigarettes (valued at 33600 Yuan) in Jiangsu Dongtai, and to prepare for transport to Guangdong Head, via the Express Service, which was seized by the Tobacco Specialized Bureau of Tinless City during the tin-free transit. Ms. Lu was fined 10080 Yuan for transporting tobacco without a permit, and Ms. Lu brought an administrative action in this regard to the People's Court of the Southern Prefectural District of Sin City for the removal of the administrative penalty. Content of the judgement (source: Network of Judicial Documents) Content of the judgement (source: Network of Judicial Documents) In response to the recent press coverage of the case, some online users argued that the focus should be on identifying the real intentions of the mailed cigarettes, and that if they were sold out, they would have to investigate them in accordance with the law. In the morning of 13 May, leading journalists consulted with the Sino City Tobacco Specialized Bureau on the follow-up of the case, a staff member of the Department's statute office responded that the matter had indeed taken place in 2015 and that the court had not appealed the decision after it had been handed down. The above-mentioned staff members also informed the leading journalists that, according to the regulations, each person may be allowed to send two cigarettes, more than two of which require a license for the exclusive sale of tobacco. In addition, the individual may carry no more than 50 cigarettes. There's a delivery company that says they can split the package and send cigarettes. Distinguished journalists noted that on the website of the Sinocco Tobacco Specialized Bureau, several bulletins had recently been published stating that parcels of illegally mailed cigarettes had been seized at various courier points in the city, involving a number of courier companies in the country. The Board requires the owner of the property to be investigated by the Tobacco Specialized Authority within 30 days from the date of the announcement, and in the event of delay, the tobacco Specialized Seller will be dealt with in accordance with the law, in accordance with article 58 of the Rules on Administrative Penalties for Tobacco Specialized Selling and the provisions of the relevant laws and regulations. Discovery of cigarette rolls at express delivery points (source: Network of tobacco dealers in tin-free cities) Another staff member of the Chessi City Tobacco Specialized Bureau told the leading journalist that the delivery points referred to in the bulletin were investigated after a complaint had been filed. The staff member was not in a position to respond to the penalties imposed on the couriers involved. On 13 September, leading journalists made random calls to the point of operation of the no-suddo couriers, most of whom indicated that they could accept the mailing of cigarettes, but were required to send only two cigarettes per person per day on the basis of an identity card. There are also individual couriers who say that, if there is more than one package of two cigarettes, they can be broken up into multiple mailings, thus avoiding the risk. “If they are found by the authorities, the cigarettes will be confiscated, and the delivery points will be punished. Counsel claims that the delivery company can claim damages. In response, the law firm of Beijing Dae-jung (Wuhan) was informed by lawyers of the obligation of the couriers not to post contraband and to limit the mailing of items. The legal consequences of the failure of the courier company to fulfil its duty of reminder and still to receive it are generally its own responsibility to be punished by the Postal Administration. In the above-mentioned cases, where Ms. Lu has been punished by the Tobacco Service, the courier company is generally not directly liable because she herself has a conscious obligation to comply with the postal law and the relevant tobacco legislation, the cigarettes sent have been confiscated and punished, and she has herself made a greater mistake and herself liable for the consequences. “As a result of the breach of contract by the courier, the mail service was not properly completed, Ms. Lu could claim compensation for freight charges and other related losses from the courier company.” Some of the network members argued that, as a result of the failure of the courier company to fulfil its obligation to inform and refuse receipt, the goods restricted by the unwitting mail of Ms. Land were confiscated and punished, and that the courier company had made a mistake and was liable for damages. According to counsel, there is also a legal basis for this view, but it is up to the People's Court to determine whether there is a necessary, direct causal link between the error of the courier company, its fault and the damage caused by Ms. Lu, as well as the participation in the error, and that there is some controversy on this issue, as determined by the People's Court.


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"Express 48 cigarettes were fined 10,000 yuan" is the response of the Wuxi Tobacco Bureau in the old case 7 years ago


2022-05-13: [Article Link Mr. Lee Hyun-cheng, a leading journalist. In a case recently reported by the media, where 48 shipments of cigarettes were fined in the amount of tens of thousands of United States dollars (US$) and which led to online discussions, leading journalists verified that the case had taken place in 2015 and that the court had handed down a lawful sentence for administrative punishment in the following year. Journalists noted that on the website of the Sinocco Tobacco Specialized Bureau, a number of announcements had recently been published stating that parcels of illegally mailed cigarettes had been seized at various courier points, involving several courier companies in the country. Chinese cigarettes. Forty-eight cigarettes were fined for the old case seven years ago. In the above-mentioned case, due to the need of the sister's marriage, Ms. Lu commissioned her mother-in-law to legally purchase 48 Chinese cigarettes (valued at 33600 Yuan) in Jiangsu Dongtai, and to prepare for transport to Guangdong Head, via the Express Service, which was seized by the Tobacco Specialized Bureau of Tinless City during the tin-free transit. Ms. Lu was fined 10080 Yuan for transporting tobacco without a permit, and Ms. Lu brought an administrative action in this regard to the People's Court of the Southern Prefectural District of Sin City for the removal of the administrative penalty. Content of the judgement (source: Network of Judicial Documents) Content of the judgement (source: Network of Judicial Documents) In response to the recent press coverage of the case, some online users argued that the focus should be on identifying the real intentions of the mailed cigarettes, and that if they were sold out, they would have to investigate them in accordance with the law. In the morning of 13 May, leading journalists consulted with the Sino City Tobacco Specialized Bureau on the follow-up of the case, a staff member of the Department's statute office responded that the matter had indeed taken place in 2015 and that the court had not appealed the decision after it had been handed down. The above-mentioned staff members also informed the leading journalists that, according to the regulations, each person may be allowed to send two cigarettes, more than two of which require a license for the exclusive sale of tobacco. In addition, the individual may carry no more than 50 cigarettes. There's a delivery company that says they can split the package and send cigarettes. Distinguished journalists noted that on the website of the Sinocco Tobacco Specialized Bureau, several bulletins had recently been published stating that parcels of illegally mailed cigarettes had been seized at various courier points in the city, involving a number of courier companies in the country. The Board requires the owner of the property to be investigated by the Tobacco Specialized Authority within 30 days from the date of the announcement, and in the event of delay, the tobacco Specialized Seller will be dealt with in accordance with the law, in accordance with article 58 of the Rules on Administrative Penalties for Tobacco Specialized Selling and the provisions of the relevant laws and regulations. Discovery of cigarette rolls at express delivery points (source: Network of tobacco dealers in tin-free cities) Another staff member of the Chessi City Tobacco Specialized Bureau told the leading journalist that the delivery points referred to in the bulletin were investigated after a complaint had been filed. The staff member was not in a position to respond to the penalties imposed on the couriers involved. On 13 September, leading journalists made random calls to the point of operation of the no-suddo couriers, most of whom indicated that they could accept the mailing of cigarettes, but were required to send only two cigarettes per person per day on the basis of an identity card. There are also individual couriers who say that, if there is more than one package of two cigarettes, they can be broken up into multiple mailings, thus avoiding the risk. “If they are found by the authorities, the cigarettes will be confiscated, and the delivery points will be punished. Counsel claims that the delivery company can claim damages. In response, the law firm of Beijing Dae-jung (Wuhan) was informed by lawyers of the obligation of the couriers not to post contraband and to limit the mailing of items. The legal consequences of the failure of the courier company to fulfil its duty of reminder and still to receive it are generally its own responsibility to be punished by the Postal Administration. In the above-mentioned cases, where Ms. Lu has been punished by the Tobacco Service, the courier company is generally not directly liable because she herself has a conscious obligation to comply with the postal law and the relevant tobacco legislation, the cigarettes sent have been confiscated and punished, and she has herself made a greater mistake and herself liable for the consequences. “As a result of the breach of contract by the courier, the mail service was not properly completed, Ms. Lu could claim compensation for freight charges and other related losses from the courier company.” Some of the network members argued that, as a result of the failure of the courier company to fulfil its obligation to inform and refuse receipt, the goods restricted by the unwitting mail of Ms. Land were confiscated and punished, and that the courier company had made a mistake and was liable for damages. According to counsel, there is also a legal basis for this view, but it is up to the People's Court to determine whether there is a necessary, direct causal link between the error of the courier company, its fault and the damage caused by Ms. Lu, as well as the participation in the error, and that there is some controversy on this issue, as determined by the People's Court.

Note: This is a translated version of the Chinese news media article. A mature and nuanced reading is suggested.

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