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Offline Julesp

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New law for imprtation of house hold goods
« Reply #30 on: July 16, 2010, 23:33:21 PM »
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I must admit I haven't read through the whole of this topic, so apologies if my question has already been answered.

I have a small flat screened TV/DVD player that we've replaced at home, and I'd like to bring it over to Turkey to watch our dvd's on.  Am I allowed to bring it over in my case for personal use, or will it be "seized" at Dalaman?   :-\


If you are here only on holiday it should be no problem



Offline Eric

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New law for imprtation of house hold goods
« Reply #31 on: July 17, 2010, 19:49:54 PM »
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Originally posted by Julesp

quote:
Originally posted by julesbob0303

I must admit I haven't read through the whole of this topic, so apologies if my question has already been answered.

I have a small flat screened TV/DVD player that we've replaced at home, and I'd like to bring it over to Turkey to watch our dvd's on.  Am I allowed to bring it over in my case for personal use, or will it be "seized" at Dalaman?   :-\


If you are here only on holiday it should be no problem



Yes it will be a problem!  You will have to pay a banderol tax as you are 'importing' it into Turkey.
« Last Edit: July 17, 2010, 19:51:46 PM by Eric »




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