VAT Act definition

VAT Act means the Value Added Tax Act, No 89 of 1991, as may be amended from time to time.
VAT Act means the Value-Added Tax Act 89 of 1991; and
VAT Act means the Value-Added Tax Act No 89 of 1991 (as amended);

Examples of VAT Act in a sentence

  • Any repayment claim due in accordance with VAT Act 1994 section 33 shall be made at least annually coinciding with the financial year end.

  • Unless otherwise agreed, invoices issued by TERRITORY shall be due for payment without any deductions within 30 days after receipt of an invoice that complies with the provisions of the VAT Act.

  • The Guidelines does not exempt NRS that are not within the scope of the guidelines from obligations under the VAT Act including registration and inclusion of VAT in its invoice.

  • Article 2 of the Builder’s Block defines “building materials” by reference to Notes 22 and 23 to Schedule 8, Group5, VAT Act ‘building materials’ means any goods the supply of which would be zero-rated if supplied by a taxable person to a person to whom he is also making a supply of a description within either item 2 or item 3 of Group 5.

  • VAT/Tax registration number …………………… If you are based outside the UK and not registered in your local country for VAT/GST supplies to you will be subject to UK VAT under the UK VAT Act (1994) place of supply rules, unless a full business reason is supplied.


More Definitions of VAT Act

VAT Act means the Value-Added Tax Act No. 89 of 1991; and
VAT Act means the Value-Added Tax Act No. 89 of 1991 (as amended period)
VAT Act means The Value Added Tax Act No 89 of 1991;
VAT Act means the Value Added Tax Act 1994;
VAT Act means the Value-Added Tax Act 89 of 1991;
VAT Act means the Value-Added Tax Act No. 89 of 1991;
VAT Act means the Value-Added Tax Act, 1991, as amended or replaced from time to time; and