IRICA’s Foreign Cars in Limbo

Two officials discuss the fate of confiscated foreign cars in IRICA’s parking lots and what will happen to them in the near future
IRICA’s Foreign Cars in Limbo
IRICA’s Foreign Cars in Limbo

The fate of 2,400 foreign cars in the parking lots of the Islamic Republic of Iran Customs Administration is unclear.
This is while IRICA has announced that more than 1,000 of these cars will be handed over to the Organization for the Collection and Sale of State-Owned Properties of Iran in the coming days.
Abdolmajid Ejtehadi, CEO of the organization, told ISNA that these cars belong to two categories: smuggled cars that are awaiting a judicial decision and those considered abandoned.
He added that Tehran General and Revolutionary Courts have issued verdicts regarding cars with import registration orders, which will be announced by the industries minister.


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