Court demands statistics on VRT

The High Court has ordered the Revenue Commissioners to provide statistics about the way Vehicle Registration Tax (VRT) is calculated.

15th April, 2006

The High Court has ordered the Revenue Commissioners to provide statistics about the way Vehicle Registration Tax (VRT) is calculated.

Miss Justice Laffoy ordered that the information should be made available to Used Car Importers of Ireland (UCII), which is challenging the constitutionality of the system for imposing tax on secondhand car imports.

The proceedings were brought by Niall Dowling of UCII in 1995.

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