Act 1993 Sample Clauses

Act 1993. The superannuation legislation treats exempt public sector superannuation schemes as complying funds for concessional taxation and superannuation guarantee purposes.
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Act 1993. The superannuation legislation treats exempt public sector superannuation schemes as complying funds for concessional taxation and superannuation guarantee purposes. Note: CSS was closed to new members from 1 October 1986 and both NTGPASS and NTSSS were closed to new members from 10 August 1999; employees employed before these dates may be members of the CSS, NTGPASS and NTSSS.
Act 1993. It is not an offence for an employee not to quote their TFN. However, quoting a TFN reduces the risk of administrative errors and if the employee does not quote their TFN their contributions may be taxed at a higher rate. An employee can get more details regarding their privacy rights by contacting their superannuation fund. Sensitive (when completed)

Related to Act 1993

  • Act 1992 On commencement of employment, and annually thereafter, the employee can nominate, in writing, a complying superannuation fund of their choice into which the employer will make superannuation contributions. The default fund for an employee who fails to make an election in accordance with the relevant legislation will be Retail Employee’s Superannuation Trust.

  • Act 1998 The Supplier shall accept the Government Procurement Card as a means of payment for the Goods and/or Services where such card is agreed with the Customer to be a suitable means of payment. The Supplier shall be solely liable to pay any merchant fee levied for using the Government Procurement Card and shall not be entitled to recover this charge from the Customer.

  • Data Protection Act 1998 Please note that any information provided to us will be processed by us and our agents in compliance with the provisions of the Data Protection Xxx 0000, for the purpose of providing service agreements and handling claims, this may necessitate providing certain information to third parties. We may also share information in confidence for processing and contract management with other companies including those located outside the European Economic Area.

  • Consumer Guarantees Act 1993 14.1 If the Buyer is acquiring Goods for the purposes of a trade or business, the Buyer acknowledges that the provisions of the Consumer Guarantees Act 1993 do not apply to the supply of Goods by the Seller to the Buyer.

  • Contracts (Rights of Third Parties) Act 1999 A person who is not a party to this Agreement will not have any right under the Contracts (Rights of Third Parties) Act 1999 to enforce any of its terms but this will not affect any right or remedy of a third party which exists or is available apart from that Act.

  • Safety Act, Sec 1 (1). The employee rights set out above shall be interpreted within the context of the Ontario Human Rights Code. An employee who believes that she has been harassed, contrary to this provision shall be encouraged by both parties to follow the Employer’s policy on harassment and process. Failing resolution, an employee may follow the process set out in the Complaint, Grievance and Arbitration procedure in Article 8 of the Collective Agreement. The employee shall be encouraged by both parties to exhaust these processes prior to filing a complaint with the Ontario Human Rights Commission.

  • Employee Called as a Witness The Employer will grant leave with pay:

  • BUY AMERICAN ACT The Contractor agrees that it will not expend any funds appropriated by Congress without complying with The Buy American Act (41 U.S.C. 10a et seq). The Buy American Act gives preference to domestic end products and domestic construction material. In addition, the Memorandum of Understanding between the United States of America and the European Economic Community on Government Procurement, and the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA), provide that EEC and NAFTA end products and construction materials are exempted from application of the Buy American Act.

  • Act No 8520/1973 Victorian Legislation and Parliamentary Documents

  • CONSTRUCTION CONTRACTS ACT 2002 The Customer hereby expressly acknowledges that:

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