On 19 March 2013, the General Court of the EU Court of Justice issued its decision in Case T-324/10, Firma Léon Van Parys NV v. European Commission. In this judgment, the Court partly annulled a Commission Decision allowing post-clearance entry in the accounts of import duties involving remission of those duties for a customs agent, but not in the case of the importer (i.e. the applicant in this case). Accordingly, it agreed with the importer that the Commission failed to adduce sufficient evidence that the importer displayed a lack of due care in light of standard trading practice and, accordingly, obvious negligence when investigating if the applicant could benefit from remission of import duties. The case involved EU import licenses for Ecuadorian bananas discovered to involve forged Spanish licences following import.