Governor Ifeanyi Ugwuanyi who inaugurated the Tribunal last week, noted that the move was to end multiple taxation on property owners in the State.
While declaring open a workshop organized by the Enugu State judiciary, for the members at the State High Court, the Enugu State Chief Judge, Justice Priscilia Emehelu commended the Governor for setting up the tribunal.
She noted that the quasi-judicial body was tasked to determine and hear complaints from the public on valuation and over valuation of their property.
Justice Emehelu encouraged the members to explore other alternative means of resolving disputes.
The Attorney General and Commissioner for Justice, Mr. Melitus Eze noted that the training would equip the members to discharge their duties optimally.
Mr Eze said the exercise would enable the Governor to realize his aspiration and checkmate imposition of all manner of taxes, rates and levies on land and landed property in the State.
The Chairman, Enugu State House of Assembly Committee on Judiciary and Public Petitions, Mr. Philip Nnamani urged the members to be committed and apply the knowledge acquired from the workshop to their duties.