Trainer and former champion jockey Tony Chan Pak-hung yesterday won a court battle to force the ICAC to return his travel documents. Magistrate Peter Line ruled that the two passports and a China re-entry permit be given back to Chan. An ICAC spokesman confirmed the decision, which was made at a court hearing closed to the public, and said legal advice was being sought with a view to challenging it in the High Court. Chan was released from Independent Commission Against Corruption (ICAC) bail last month. His travel documents were then seized by investigators under the Prevention of Bribery Ordinance. Appealing against the earlier order, Chan's barrister, Kevin Egan, said Chan had been allowed to keep his passport while on bail and had used it without objection.