Court of International Trade
A U.S. federal court that provides judicial review of civil actions arising out of import transactions and federal laws concerning international trade matters. Formerly called the U.S. Customs Court.
Category: Small Claims Court & Lawsuits

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  • Court of International Trade — This federal court was originally established as the Board of United States General Appraisers in 1890, and in turn was superseded by the United States Customs Court in 1926. In 1956 the Customs Court was established as an Article III court. The… …   Black's law dictionary

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  • United States Court of International Trade — The James L. Watson Court of International Trade Building on Foley Square The United States Court of International Trade is an Article III court, with full powers in law and equity. The Customs Court Act of 1980 replaced the old United States… …   Wikipedia

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  • James L. Watson Court of International Trade Building — The James L. Watson Court of International Trade Building, located in lower Manhattan, New York, houses the United States Court of International Trade. The building is named for James L. Watson, a judge of the United States Customs Court. The… …   Wikipedia

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