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Customs Appellate Tribunal settles case filed by M/s Five Star Trading during last week of July

Customs Appellate Tribunal settles case filed by M/s Five Star Trading during last week of July

ISLAMABAD: Customs Appellate Tribunal disposed of a customs reference filed by M/s Five Star Trading and dated in office the hearing of other cases with directives to the department and appellants during fourth week of July.

Customs Appellate Tribunal’s bench comprising of Members Tribunal, Syed Muhammad Anwar and Muhammad Nasir Khan heard the case being contested against Directorate General of Intelligence and Investigations, Islamabad.

Customs Appellate Tribunal also dated in office hearing of recently filed customs reference filed by M/s Kohinoor Trader.

Earlier, the bench had dated in office hearing of the matter after directing parties to submit case related documents.

Counsels from M/s Five Star Trading had appeared before the bench and demanded time from the bench for finalizing preparations for the case.

Customs Appellate Tribunal’s Member Technical, Ziauddin Wazir heard the cases of Raja Nabeel, Waqas Enterprises, Arshad Khan and Musawir Shah had filed the cases.

Raja Nabeel had filed the cases against Directorate of Intelligence and Investigation, Islamabad. Other three appellants had filed their cases against Collectorate of Customs, Islamabad.

The appellants had filed cases against Directorate General of Intelligence and Investigations, Islamabad and Collectorate of Customs, Islamabad.

The tribunal had also heard cases filed by M/s Trade Master, M/s Waseem Autos, M/s Nisar Traders, M/s Parts and Parts, M/s Chief Autos M/s Aman Elahi, and M/s Kohinoor Traders had filed these references.

M/s Trade Master had filed case against Customs Collectorate only. All of other appellants had filed cases against DG I&I. M/s Kohinoor Traders had filed two cases against Directorate General of Intelligence & Investigations, Islamabad.