How can money burn

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How can fabric owner burning be properly carried out?

There must be no ambiguity between the substance owner and the burner about the underlying legal relationship.

Agreements that raise doubts about who is the owner (owner) of the material that is to be processed in the substance owner incineration process must be avoided at all costs.

We therefore recommend, with good reason, that written agreements are made between the company and the fabric owner that create clear relationships.

Investigations and later criminal proceedings against distillery owners carried out for allegedly advancing the owners of the fabric have shown how quickly a distiller is suspected of having obtained monopoly privileges and thus possibly committed a monopoly evasion
to have.

The distillery loses the severance payment as soon as a monopoly evasion has been committed - and this usually for a long time.

Almost regularly, the customs authorities suspect that fabric owners have been brought forward.

Relevant indicators for the customs authorities are:

1) The substance owner is not aware of the meaning and purpose of the severance payment notification or of his / her monopoly obligations (e.g. obligation to declare, obligation to pay the spirits tax) and rights (e.g. takeover money, tax-free excess yield).

2) The distillery owner causes the fabric owner to sign the severance payment declaration "blank" (reasons such as that he (the distillery owner) needs the signature in order to be allowed to distill the fruit at all should already have occurred).

3) It is not the owner of the substance, but the distillery owner who takes on the risk of a lower or higher alcohol yield (manufacturer's risk).

For example, this is the case as soon as

3.1) the fabric owner gives the distillery owner in advance a certain amount of brandy or a certain amount of money for the delivered raw materials and the amount of brandy and the amount of money (possibly also afterwards) is calculated according to the amount of raw material delivered (e.g. 6 euros for a hundredweight of apples).
That would be purchase by exchange and exclude the burning of fabric owners, since the distiller cannot foresee how much alcohol can be obtained from the apples delivered.

3.2) the fabric owner receives brandy or money before the distillation and considers himself resigned to it;

3.3) no fuel wage has been agreed;

3.4) the fruit materials of the owner of the fabric have been mixed with other people's fruit materials or with their own fruit materials, i.e. they are not stored or processed separately.

The distillery owner should also ask the fabric owner, if he is not aware of this,


a.) the fruit indicated as "self-obtained" is from leased or own property,

b.) Which types of fruit have been mashed (e.g. in the case of a mixture of plums and plums, the (higher) yield rate from the plums must be used),

c.) and also check whether the mash is correctly registered according to its quantity.

All of the above criteria were included in the form we developed
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