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Supreme Court of QLD refuses Bestjet Pty Ltd’s application for an injunction in relation to the non-renewal of its ATAS accreditation

April 13, 2016 Business News No Comments Print Print Email Email

Today Justice Applegarth of the Supreme Court of QLD refused an application by Bestjet Pty Ltd for an interlocutory injunction to restrain AFTA from acting upon or publishing the fact of a decision made on 18 March 2016 to not renew Bestjet’s ATAS accreditation.

After an extensive process of appeal as provided by Revision 1 and 2 of the ATAS Charter, and application for an interlocutory injunction of the Supreme Court of Qld, Bestjet have not been able to satisfy AFTA that it meets the criteria of the ATAS Charter and specifically section 2.5 “Close Associate” and as such the ATAS accreditation has not been renewed.
This decision takes immediate effect and Bestjet Pty Ltd has been removed from the AFTA membership list and it is no longer ATAS accredited.

Details of the Supreme Court decision can found on the http://www.courts.qld.gov.au/courts/supreme-court  in due course.
All notifications regarding ATAS accredited agents can be found atwww.afta.com.au\industry-notices

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