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CSARS v Smith Mining Equipment

21 May 2012   (0 Comments)
Posted by: SAIT Technical
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The North Gauteng High Court recently delivered its judgment in the matter between SARS and Smith Mining Equipment (Pty) Ltd regarding an Appeal against a tariff determination in respect of the "general purpose" of a utility vehicle.

Click here to access the judgment.


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