Explain the role and functions of a Value Added Tax tribunal.

The role of a value added tax tribunal is that of an appeals body for the purpose of hearing and deciding on appeals where a taxpayer is dissatisfied with the ruling by the commissioner for value added tax.
The appeals Tribunal has powers of a subordinate court of the first class to summon witnesses, to take evidence upon oath or affirmation and to call for the production of books and other documents.

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