The primary anti-counterfeiting legislation in the United Kingdom is set out in trademark and customs legislation. The Trademarks Act 1994 contains both civil and criminal penalties for trademark infringement. The EU Community Trademark Regulation (207/2009) contains civil penalties for infringement of Community trademarks. In June 2013 a new EU Customs Enforcement Regulation (608/2013) was adopted by the European Parliament and the European Council. It will become effective generally from 2014, repealing the existing EU Customs Regulation (1383/2003). Regulation 608/2013 does not differ dramatically from the existing legal framework, allowing customs authorities to seize and destroy counterfeit goods. However, it has a wider scope (eg, including trade names where they are protected under national law) and also introduces a new procedure for monitoring small consignments. However, the new regulation does not extend to parallel imports, despite calls from some rights holders for it to do so.