The Tax Court Tuesday denied a joint motion by the
Tax Court presiding judge
He stated that it is clear from records that LCC made request for emergency hearing to BOTA on
The presiding judge further pointed out that phased "immediate harm" must refer to some action even more drastic and harmful to the taxpayer than seizure of taxpayer's property.
He gives notice to both parties that hearing into the petition for judicial review into the case will be heard on
The GSM company admitted owing the government but noted that the said mount claimed by the Finance ministry is not what the company owes the government.
LCC took the Ministry to the Board Of Tax Appeal, which upheld the Ministry's audited report, prompting the LCC to file a petition for review at the Tax Court.
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