R. v London Value Added Tax Tribunal, ex parte Minster Associates. (1988) 3 BVC 228
Queen’s Bench Division (Crown Office List).
Judgment delivered 2 February 1988.
Value added tax – Tribunal – Jurisdiction to entertain appeal – Whether Tribunal had jurisdiction to hear appeal without payment or deposit of tax shown in returns on grounds of hardship in absence of dispute as to liability – Value Added Tax Act 1983, sec. 40(2), (3).
This was an application for judicial review by the taxpayers to quash the decision of a VAT Tribunal that the Tribunal had no jurisdiction to hear an appeal by the taxpayers.
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