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...a welcome contribution to the body of literature on EC law. It is well researched and is the most comprehensive and updated book on EC customs law available. (Patricia Garcia-Duran Huet, Journal of Contemporary European Research Vol 6 No 1 (2010))

This second edition of Lyons' book on EC Customs Law is built on the same principles as those that made a success of the first one in the academic and customs community: a comprehensive presentation [of] the customs union and related legislation in its international and Community context...Beyond the presentation of the rules, EC Customs Law provides an in-depth analysis of the role of the various actors both in the production and the administration of customs law...and, last but not least, contains an amazing amount of references to relevant and up-to-date case-law...What is now commonly referred to as "Lyons" has become, since its first edition, a standard reference work for practitioners in the field of trade and customs legislation and will without any doubt continue to be so for a long time to come. (Jean-Michel Grave, Common Market Law Review, 2009, Vol 46 issue 4)

This fully updated second edition gives consideration to the changes in EC customs procedure, legislation, and case law since the first publication of the book. In this respect it includes coverage of the recently implemented 2005 amendments to the Community Customs Code and refers throughout to modernised legislation. (The European Legal Forum 5/6)

The second edition of Timothy Lyons' book on EC Customs Law is simply the most up to date and comprehensive handbook on customs matters currently available in the English language...This is a book for lawyers litigating customs cases in Court, for the judges that will have to decide those cases, for scholars but also for those dealing with legal customs issues in the national customs administrations or in private companies...I could find nothing in the second edition of Lyons book that needs to be improved. (Davide Rovetta, Global Trade and Customs Journal, Volume 4, Issue 11/12, 2009)

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...a comprehensive exposition of this very dynamic and technical field of law...The writing is skilful...such an achievement could not have been possible without the author's profound knowledge and experience...a most valuable contribution...essential reading to all those concerned with trade and customs law...Timothy Lyons has succeeded in writing an interesting and useful book in a highly complex and constantly evolving field of law. (Christina Moëll, European Law Review)

The second edition of Timothy Lyons' book on EC Customs Law is simply the most up to date and comprehensive handbook on customs matters currently available in the English Language...the book is drafted in a way that renders it very easy to understand customs law, while at the same time the author is able to enter in details of very technical matters where this is appropriate...I could find nothing in the second edition of Lyons book that needs to be improved. (Davide Rovetta, Global Trade and Customs Journal 4.11/12)

The capacity of the author both to analyse and to apply critically a transversal juridicial knowledge, with interpretation of provisions of different legal fields, namely constitutional law, administrative law, trade law and competition law, places this book as a unique reference, both at national and international levels. Also, it is a realistic book written by an experienced author who does not forget the pace of change and who anticipates for the reader future developments in European Community (EC) customs law. (Gloria Teixeira, British Tax Review)

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Timothy Lyons QC is at Tax Chambers, 15 Old Square


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Amazon.com: HASH(0x99675bac) out of 5 stars 1 review
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It is indeed a comprehensive book. It is theoretical, so you shouldn't buy it if you want a quick answers on a practical matter. You should buy it though if you want to acquire more in depth knowledge on European Customs law.
Essential EU Customs Legislation 2012: R. Andringa
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