old Stamp Act definition

old Stamp Act means the Stamp Act 1921 as in force immediately before the commencement day;
old Stamp Act means the Stamp Act 1921 as in force immediately before the commencement day;15 “substantive provisions”, in relation to an old Act, means the provisions of the old Act other than those dealing withmatters dealt with in the Taxation Administration Act 2001. Division 2 — General transitional provisions34. General transitional arrangements20 (1) Section 37(1) of the Interpretation Act 1984, exceptparagraphs (a) and (b), does not apply in relation to the repeal of an old Act.(2) The repeal of an old Act does not, unless the contrary intention appears —25 (a) affect any right, interest, title, power or privilege created, acquired, accrued, established or exercisable or any status or capacity existing prior to the repeal;General transitional provisions Division 2s. 34 (b) affect any duty, obligation, liability, or burden of proof imposed, created, or incurred prior to the repeal;(c) subject to section 11 of The Criminal Code andsection 10 of the Sentencing Act 1995, affect any penalty5 or forfeiture incurred or liable to be incurred in respect of an offence committed against the old Act; or(d) affect any investigation, legal proceeding or remedy in respect of any such right, interest, title, power, privilege, status, capacity, duty, obligation, liability, burden of10 proof, penalty or forfeiture.(3) Subject to subsections (4) and (5) —

Examples of old Stamp Act in a sentence

  • Any requirement that applied, immediately before the commencement day, to a person to whom a permission continued by subsection (1) had been granted (whether imposed by the old Stamp Act or as a condition to which the permission was subject), continues as a condition to which the special tax arrangement referred to in subsection (1) is subject.

  • A permission granted under section 112V of the old Stamp Act and in force immediately before the commencement day continues in force on and after that day as a special tax arrangement under the Taxation Administration Act 2003.

  • Despite their repeal by the Stamp Amendment Act 2003, sections 21 and 23 of the old Stamp Act continue in force for 3 months after the commencement day in relation to adhesive stamps that were affixed on instruments before that day.

  • Despite its repeal by the Stamp Amendment Act 2003, section 15 of the old Stamp Act continues in force for 12 months after the commencement day in relation to adhesive stamps that were affixed on instruments before that day.

  • Despite section 17(1) of the Taxation Administration Act 2003, an application for a reassessment of the duty payable on the grant or transfer of a licence on the basis that the duty should have been, but was not, assessed on the net market value of the vehicle (as defined in section 76CB of the old Stamp Act), cannot be made more than 12 months after the licence was granted or transferred.47.

  • If adhesive stamps affixed to an instrument have been cancelled in accordance with the old Stamp Act (including the provisions of the old Stamp Act continued in force by subsections (1) and (2)) the instrument is taken to have been endorsed in accordance with section 17C of the Stamp Act 1921.44.

  • Any requirement that applied, immediately before the commencement day, to a person to whom a permission continued by subsection (1) had been granted (whether imposed by the old Stamp Act or as a condition to which the permission was subject), continues as a condition to which the special tax arrangement referred to in subsection (1) is subject.”.6On the date as at which this compilation was prepared, the Real Estate andBusiness Agents Act 1978 s.

  • A permission granted under section 95A of the old Stamp Act and in force immediately before the commencement day continues in force on and after that day as a special tax arrangement made under the Taxation Administration Act 2003.

  • A permission granted under section 112V of the old Stamp Act and in force immediately before the commencement day continuesin force on and after that day as a special tax arrangement under the Taxation Administration Act 2003.

  • Despite section 17(1) of the Taxation Administration Act 2003, an application for a reassessment of the duty payable on the grant or transfer of a licence on the basis that the duty should have been, but was not, assessed on the net market value of the vehicle (as defined in section 76CB of the old Stamp Act), cannot be made more than 12 months after the licence was granted or transferred.

Related to old Stamp Act