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Schedule 4

10.18.2017 | John Addington
Schedule 4
Schedule 4

Schedule 4 - Online version The Customs Tariff Amendment (Schedule 4) Act 2012; Schedule 4 related Australian Customs and Border Protection Notices.

goods brought into, or sent to, Australia by such members of the Defence Force stationed outside Australia as are prescribed by by-law; or.

NZ/PG/FI/DC/ DCS/LDC/SG/ US/TH/CL/ AANZ/MY/KR/JP/CN: The rate of duty that would apply to the goods if they were imported separay.

item 44 of this Schedule does not apply to the goods.

Further information may be obtained from Australian Customs Cargo Advice Number 07/22. For the purposes of item 16, the transport and insurance costs for these goods must be attributed to the tariff line for the cost involved in the repair or renovation (section 117-5 of A New Tax System (Goods and Services Tax) Act 1999 refers).

components (the excise components ) that, at a time before they were exported, were excisable goods (within the meaning of the Excise Act 1901 ) in respect of which excise duty (payable under the Excise Tariff Act 1921 ) was not paid.

The rate of duty that would apply to the goods if they were the completed machine or equipment of which they are components.

In addition to Treatment Code 468, the Preference Scheme FI, Preference Rule TCF and relevant Excess Local Area Content (ELAC) Number must be quoted on the Import Declaration.

Schedule 4 Rates of tax for schedular payments

9.17.2017 | Natalie Carter
Schedule 4
Schedule 4 Rates of tax for schedular payments

Schedule 4 part B heading: amended (with effect on 1 April 2008), on 7 September 2010, by section 121(1) of the Taxation (Annual Rates, Trans-Tasman.

holds an unrevoked certificate from the Commissioner showing that the person would be a licensed dealer for purposes of the Income Tax (Withholding Payments) Regulations 1979 if those regulations had not been revoked by this Act.

setting an examination paper or question:

a local government elected representative:

to a person acting on behalf of the apprentice jockey or apprentice driver.

at retail, in a shop.

game means all or part of a wild deer, wild pig, or wild goat, whether dead or alive.

holds a natural product dealer certificate, issued by the Commissioner under section 44D of the Tax Administration Act 1994:

Schedule 4 part G clause 1 : amended, on 1 April 2017, by section 99(15) of the Taxation (Business Tax, Exchange of Information, and Remedial Matters) Act 2017 (2017 No 3).

Schedule 4 part I : added, on 1 April 2008, by section 556 of the Taxation (Business Taxation and Remedial Matters) Act 2007 (2007 No 109).

schedular commercial land means land that—.

A payment of a modelling fee has a standard rate of tax of 0.20 for each dollar of the payment.

they are not undertaking an activity or performance under a programme of a foundation, trust, or organisation outside New Zealand which exists for the promotion of a cultural activity and is not carried on for individual profit of the member or shareholder:

to the New Zealand resident, and the resident is an apprentice jockey or an apprentice driver:

A payment has a standard rate of tax of 0.33 for each dollar of the payment, if it is for work or services performed by—.

Schedule 4 part F clause 4 : amended, on 1 April 2017, by section 99(12) of the Taxation (Business Tax, Exchange of Information, and Remedial Matters) Act 2017 (2017 No 3).

they are not fully or partly sponsored under a cultural programme of an overseas government or the Government of New Zealand:

exempt natural products payment means a payment that relates to the purchase of schedular natural products, if the payment is made—.

Schedule 4 part F clause 5 : amended, on 1 April 2017, by section 99(13) of the Taxation (Business Tax, Exchange of Information, and Remedial Matters) Act 2017 (2017 No 3).

Schedule 4 part F clause 6 : amended, on 1 April 2017, by section 99(14) of the Taxation (Business Tax, Exchange of Information, and Remedial Matters) Act 2017 (2017 No 3).

A payment that relates to a purchase of schedular natural products has a standard rate of tax of 0.25 for each dollar of the payment, if the payment is made to the seller and it is not an exempt natural products payment.

A payment for services connected with a New Zealand resident providing or performing a Part F activity has a standard rate of tax of 0.15 for each dollar of the payment, if the payment relates to shares of riding or driving fees and it is—.

an official of a community organisation, society, or club:

examining a candidate orally:

caretaking or acting as a guard:

Schedule 4 heading : replaced, on 1 April 2017, by section 99(1) of the Taxation (Business Tax, Exchange of Information, and Remedial Matters) Act 2017 (2017 No 3).

In this part,—.

Schedule 4

11.19.2017 | Victoria Lawman
Schedule 4
Schedule 4

Schedule 4 - Functional Areas of Concurrent National and Provincial Legislative Competence. Part A. Administration of indigenous forests. Agriculture Airports.

Air pollution Building regulations Child care facilities Electricity and gas reticulation Firefighting services Local tourism Municipal airports Municipal planning Municipal health services Municipal public transport Municipal public works only in respect of the needs of municipalities in the discharge of their responsibilities to administer functions specifically assigned to them under this Constitution or any other law Pontoons, ferries, jetties, piers and harbours, excluding the regulation of international and national shipping and matters related thereto Stormwater management systems in built-up areas Trading regulations Water and sanitation services limited to potable water supply systems and domestic waste-water and sewage disposal systems.

The following local government matters to the extent set out in section 155(6)(a) and (7):

This resource is hosted by the Nelson Mandela Centre of Memory, but was compiled and authored by Padraig O’Malley.

Schedule 4 UK nationally approved electricity meters

12.20.2017 | Nicholas Babcock
Schedule 4

UK nationally approved electricity meters are approved under the Electricity Act 1989 and the pattern or construction of the meter type must.

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The meters are then listed in Schedule 4 of the Meters (Certification) Regulations, (SI 1998/1566), which is a statutory register of all pattern approved electricity meters suitable for billing purposes in the UK. Formal approval certificates are issued by Regulatory Delivery ( RD ) to manufacturers of electricity meters.

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Electricity Act 1989: Statutory register of all pattern approved electricity meters suitable for billing purposes in the UK.

Utilities Team Regulatory Delivery Stanton Avenue Teddington Middlesex TW11 0JZ.

UK nationally approved electricity meters are approved under the Electricity Act 1989 and the pattern or construction of the meter type must conform to the requirements specified in the accompanying regulations.

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Published: 31 January 2014.

5000-S4 - T1 General 2016 - Schedule 4

4.12.2017 | John Addington
Schedule 4

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