The Tobacco Market Commission (CMT) is the autonomous body created by Law 13/1998, of 4 May, on the Regulation of the Tobacco Market and Taxation Regulations, dependent on the Ministry of Finance through the Undersecretariat, competent to safeguard the neutrality and free competition of the tobacco market throughout the national territory through its regulatory and surveillance functions, to ensure market operators' compliance with all regulatory regulations through their powers of control, inspection and sanction, as well as to administer and supervise the State Tobacco and Stamp Outlet Network and act as an interlocution body with market operators.
TOBACCO MARKET COMMISSION
REMINDER OF THE CONDITIONS OF TEMPORARY CLOSING OF TOBACCO AND TIMBRE RETAILERSIt should be noted that the temporary closure of tobacco and timbre retailers of less than 5 working days need only be notified to the Tobacco Market Commission at least two days in advance on a general basis, in accordance with the provisions of article 47 of Royal Decree 1199/1999, of 9 June, implementing Law 13/1998, of 4 May, on the Regulation of the Tobacco Market and Tax Regulations.
Longer term closures may be authorised by the Commission with a sufficiently justified cause and provided that the public service is not affected.
- TRACEABILITY AND SECURITY MEASURES FOR TOBACCO PRODUCTS
- REMINDER CONTROL SALE OF TOBACCO TO MINORS