CTA definition

CTA means the Corporation Tax Act 2009.

Examples of CTA in a sentence

  • When an Authority proposes to prescribe a tariff of pilotage charges, any interested person may object on grounds that it is prejudicial to the public interest (as defined in section 5 of the CTA).

  • If you are a residential customer and you are contacted by a CTA, and you agree to switch to the CTA as your new gas provider, the CTA is required to connect you to a “third-party verification company,” or to have the third-party verification company call you, to confirm that you agree to switch to the new CTA.

  • The third-party verification company may ask you for certain identifying information such as your name, your address, your current gas provider and account number, and whether you agree to the switch to the new CTA that you have selected.

  • According to statistics from the China Tourism Academy (CTA), more than 100 million Chinese tourists went abroad in 2015, with an increase over 10% (CTA, 2017).

  • You may also request the third-party verification company for a copy of the record that confirms you have agreed to switch to the new provider of your choice.If you are a residential customer and you directly contact the CTA that you want to switch to, the CTA is not required to use the third-party verification process described above.


More Definitions of CTA

CTA means the UK Corporation Tax Act 2009.
CTA means the Corporation Tax Act 2009;