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Court of International Trade

Definition - What does Court of International Trade mean?

The Court of International Trade was formerly known as Customs Court. Before that, it was called Board of General Appraiser. The Court of International Trade is an Article III Court which enjoys complete powers in equity and law both.

Justipedia explains Court of International Trade

This court has a total of nine judges (sitting) plus a few Senior Judges. This court is based in United States in New York, but it is also allowed to sit in foreign locations.

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