A GREEK tourist's successful case against a Tsim Sha Tsui camera shop for overcharging will be reheard. The Far East Company, of Nathan Road, Kowloon, appealed against the decision of the Small Claims Tribunal and Mr Justice Wong yesterday ordered the case to be retried on the grounds that the firm was given only short notice of the hearing. The court heard that Mr Michail Zamaftas, of Athens, went to the shop on October 23, last year, and bought a video tele-converter for US$250 (HK$1,932) and two senders (video equipment) for US$370 making a total of US$620. But Mr Zamaftas claimed he was charged US$1,650 instead of US$620. He filed a claim at the Small Claims Tribunal on October 27. The case was heard two hours later as Mr Zamaftas was leaving Hongkong later that evening. A partner of the company, Mr Leung Kin-hung, appealed in the High Court yesterday, claiming the firm had not been given enough time to enter a defence. Mr Justice Wong agreed that insufficient time had been allowed for the company to prepare its case, adding that it was contrary to the rules of natural justice.