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1. I would definitely file a claim notice or a Civil Bill here to claim back from the Revenue Commissioners, the nicotine pouches which were seized. Essentially, if snuff tobacco was the stated ground for seizure, then the Customs official made a grievous error. So, you should seek to get them back. I would, however, advice you to get a solicitor to help you with the issue of the Civil Bill against the Revenue. This is because, if you are successful, which you should be given the facts, you will be able to claim back your legal costs for getting the Civil Bill issued and delivered, as part of your claim. It will also ensure you get a professional job done and no legal technicality will defeat your claim. This is a problem when a lay litigant attempts to do their own legal work.
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