Canada Revenue Agency Act (S.C. 1999, c. 17)

Act current to 2016-01-25 and last amended on 2014-12-31. Previous Versions

Marginal note:Employees on probation
  •  (1) Every employee referred to in subsection 91(1), subsection 92(1) or section 93 who is considered under section 28 of the Public Service Employment Act to be on probation on the coming into force of this section continues on probation with the Agency until the end of any period established by the Public Service Commission by regulation for that employee or a class of employees of which that employee is a member.

  • Marginal note:Employees of the Agency on probation

    (2) Every employee of the Agency who is considered to be on probation under section 28 of the Public Service Employment Act on the coming into force of section 53 continues on probation with the Agency until the end of any period established by the Public Service Commission by regulation for that employee or a class of employees of which that employee is a member.

  • Marginal note:Rejection

    (3) Subsection 28(2) of the Public Service Employment Act applies to employees referred to in subsection (1) or (2), but the reference to deputy head in subsection 28(2) of that Act is to be read as a reference to the Commissioner.

Marginal note:Agency employees continued

 On the coming into force of section 53, every employee who is deployed or appointed to the Agency under the Public Service Employment Act or transferred under sections 91 to 93 is deemed to have been appointed by the Agency and continues to be employed by the Agency with the same tenure of office.

Marginal note:Designated positions

 A position that, immediately before the coming into force of this section, was a designated position in the Department of National Revenue, as that term is defined in section 2 of the Public Service Staff Relations Act, continues to be a designated position in the Agency until the first collective agreement is signed between the Agency and the appropriate bargaining agent.

Marginal note:Pending competitions and appointments

 On the coming into force of section 53, a competition being conducted or an appointment being made under the Public Service Employment Act continues to be conducted or made as if that section had not come into force.

Marginal note:Eligibility lists

 An eligibility list made under the Public Service Employment Act that is valid on the coming into force of section 53 continues to be valid for the period provided for by subsection 17(2) of that Act, but that period may not be extended.

Marginal note:Pending appeals
  •  (1) An appeal filed within the period provided for by section 21 of the Public Service Employment Act and not finally disposed of on the coming into force of section 53 must be dealt with and disposed of in accordance with that Act as if section 53 had not come into force.

  • Marginal note:Other recourse

    (2) Any recourse commenced under the Public Service Employment Act that has not been finally dealt with on the coming into force of section 53 must be dealt with and disposed of in accordance with that Act as if section 53 had not come into force.

Marginal note:Pending grievances
  •  (1) Any grievance commenced under the Public Service Staff Relations Act by an employee of the Department of National Revenue that has not been finally dealt with on the coming into force of section 50 must be dealt with and disposed of in accordance with that Act as if section 50 had not come into force.

  • Marginal note:Reinstatement

    (2) A person whose employment was terminated under paragraph 11(2)(f) or (g) of the Financial Administration Act before the day on which section 91 comes into force and who was reinstated by the Public Service Staff Relations Board after that day becomes an employee of the Agency on the day of reinstatement.

Marginal note:Transfer of appropriations

 Any amount appropriated, for the fiscal year in which this section comes into force, by an appropriation Act based on the Estimates for that year for defraying the charges and expenses of the public service of Canada within the Department of National Revenue, is an amount appropriated for defraying the charges and expenses of the Agency.

Marginal note:Rights and obligations transferred
  •  (1) The administration and control of all rights and property of Her Majesty in right of Canada that are under the administration and control of the Department of National Revenue and all obligations and liabilities of that Department are hereby transferred to the Agency.

  • Marginal note:Real property and immovables

    (2) The administration of any real property or immovable and the administrative responsibility for any licence in respect of real property and immovables, as those terms are defined in section 73, that were, immediately before the coming into force of this section, under the administration or administrative responsibility of the Minister of National Revenue for the purposes of the Department of National Revenue are transferred to the Agency.

  • Marginal note:Continuation of licences, permits and authorizations

    (3) All orders, rules, regulations, decisions, directions, licences, authorizations, certificates, consents, approvals, declarations, designations, permits, registrations, rates or other documents that are in force on the coming into force of this section and that are made or issued by the Minister or Deputy Minister of National Revenue or any person under their authority continue in force as if they were made or issued by the Minister, the Commissioner or an employee of the Agency, as the case may be, until they expire or are repealed, replaced, rescinded or altered.

  • Marginal note:References

    (4) Every reference to the Department of National Revenue, the Minister or Deputy Minister of National Revenue or any person under their authority in a document issued in the name of the former Department, Minister or Deputy Minister is to be read, unless the context otherwise requires, as a reference to the Agency, the Minister, the Commissioner or an employee of the Agency, as the case may be.

  • 1999, c. 17, s. 103;
  • 2001, c. 4, s. 132.
 
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