The National Tax and Customs Administration shall conduct the investigation in the following criminal offences according to Act C of 2012 on the Criminal Code (hereinafter: Btk.):

•        Violation of International Economic Restrictions (Btk. 327. §),

•        Failure to Report Violation of International Economic Restrictions (Btk. 328. §),

•        Criminal Offenses with Military Items and Services (Btk. 329. §),

•        Criminal Offenses with Dual-Use Items (Btk. 330. §),

•        Plagiarism (Btk. 384. §),

•        Infringement of Copyright and Certain Rights Related to Copyright (Btk. 385. §),

•        Compromising the Integrity of Technical Protection (Btk. 386. §),

•        Falsifying Data Related to Copyright Management (Btk. 387. §)

•        Infringement of Industrial Property Rights (Btk. 388. §),

•        Fraud Relating to Social Security, Social and Other Welfare Benefits (Btk. 395. §),

•        Budget Fraud (Btk. 396. §),

•        Omission of Oversight or Supervisory Responsibilities in Connection with Budget Fraud (Btk. 397. §)

•        Conspiracy to Commit Excise Violation (Btk. 398. §),

•        Breach of Accounting Regulations (Btk. 403. §),

•        Fraudulent Bankruptcy (Btk. 404. §)

•        Unauthorized Foreign Trade Activities (Btk. 406. §),

•        Imitation of Competitors (Btk. 419. §).

Furthermore the below crimes committed in relation to the above mentioned crimes:

•        Forgery of Administrative Documents (Btk. 342-343. §),

•        Use of a Forged Private Document (Btk. 345. §),

•        Criminal Offenses with Individual Identifiers (Btk. 347. §),

•        Forgery of Stamp (Btk. 391. §),

•        Money Laundering (Btk. 399-400. §)

•        Failure to Comply with the Reporting Obligation Related to Money Laundering (Btk. 401. §).