Court of International Trade

Definition of "Court of International Trade"
  1. A federal court in the U.S. that reviews civil cases associated with import transactions and federal legislative issues related to international trade. It was previously known as the U.S. Customs Court
How to use "Court of International Trade" in a sentence
  1. A legal dispute regarding import duties brought the case to the Court of International Trade.
  2. The exporter turned to the Court of International Trade for a resolution to their tariff issue.
  3. Upon encountering a legal quandary concerning international trade laws, the company sought justice from the Court of International Trade.

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