What happens when a taxpayer finds itself in a dispute with SARS (customs) even after making valid written submissions and attending various meetings? What are the taxpayer’s rights and remedies, and what actions can and should they take (and when) in defense of their case?
In this webinar in the customs series, Alison van den Berg will take attendees through the details of the various SARS customs internal dispute resolution processes made available in terms of the Customs Act and Rules, as well as the processes involved in taking a dispute with SARS into the realm of court proceedings.
Alison van Den Berg
BCom (Economics and Law) and LLB degrees
Alison is the director of Alison van Den Berg Attorney Inc., a niche law firm specialising in customs and excise and international trade related matters, particularly disputes, since 2014. She is an admitted attorney of the High Court of South Africa with over 24 years of litigation and consulting experience in this area of law.
After her admission as an attorney, Alison held positions as consultant and manager in Deloitte’s customs and international trade division and thereafter as a senior associate and director at law firms, including Werksmans, in their administrative law litigation departments. She has represented, in disputes and litigation, a number of national and multinational clients in the manufacturing, retail, logistics, mining, automotive, cosmetics, and technology sectors.
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