Camp Ipperwash Indian Settlement Remission Order, 2003 (SI/2003-133)

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Camp Ipperwash Indian Settlement Remission Order, 2003

SI/2003-133

FINANCIAL ADMINISTRATION ACT

Registration 2003-07-02

Camp Ipperwash Indian Settlement Remission Order, 2003

P.C. 2003-989  2003-06-18

Her Excellency the Governor General in Council, considering that it is in the public interest to do so, on the recommendation of the Minister of National Revenue, pursuant to subsection 23(2)Footnote a of the Financial Administration Act, hereby makes the annexed Camp Ipperwash Indian Settlement Remission Order, 2003.

Interpretation

 The following definitions apply in this Order.

band

band has the same meaning as in subsection 2(1) of the Indian Act. (bande)

Indian

Indian has the same meaning as in subsection 2(1) of the Indian Act. (Indien)

Indian Settlement

Indian Settlement means the settlement named, and constituting the lands described, in the schedule. (établissement indien)

reserve

reserve has the same meaning as in subsection 2(1) of the Indian Act. (réserve)

Application

 This Order applies in respect of the Indian Settlement until lands constituting that Indian settlement are set apart as a reserve by an order of the Governor in Council.

PART 1Income Tax

Interpretation

 In this Part,

  • (a) tax means a tax imposed under Part I, I.1 or I.2 of the Income Tax Act; and

  • (b) all other words and expressions not otherwise defined in section 1 have the same meaning as in the Income Tax Act.

Remission of Income Tax

 Remission is hereby granted to an Indian, or a band, with income situated on the Indian Settlement, in respect of each taxation year or fiscal period beginning during or after the calendar year 1985, of the amount, if any, by which

  • (a) the taxes, interest and penalties paid or payable by the Indian or band, as the case may be, for the taxation year or fiscal period

exceed

  • (b) the taxes, interest and penalties that would have been payable by that Indian or band for the taxation year or fiscal period if the Indian Settlement had been a reserve throughout that taxation year or fiscal period.

PART 2Goods and Services Tax

Interpretation

 In this Part,

  • (a) tax means the goods and services tax imposed under subsection 165(1) of the Excise Tax Act; and

  • (b) all other words and expressions not otherwise defined in section 1 have the same meaning as in Part IX of the Excise Tax Act.

Remission of the Goods and Services Tax

 Subject to sections 7 and 8, remission is hereby granted to an Indian or a band that is the recipient of a taxable supply made on or delivered to the Indian Settlement on or after the day on which this Order comes into force in the case of an Indian, and January 1, 1991 in the case of a band, of the amount, if any, by which

  • (a) the tax paid or payable by the recipient

exceeds

  • (b) the tax that would have been payable by the recipient if the Indian Settlement had been a reserve at the time the supply was made or delivered.

Conditions

 Remission granted to an Indian under section 6 is on condition that

  • (a) the tax paid or payable has not otherwise been rebated, credited, refunded or remitted under Part IX of the Excise Tax Act or under the Financial Administration Act; and

  • (b) in respect of tax paid, a written claim for the remission is made to the Minister of National Revenue within two years after the day on which the tax was paid.

 Remission granted to a band under section 6 is on condition that

  • (a) the tax paid or payable has not otherwise been rebated, credited, refunded or remitted under Part IX of the Excise Tax Act or under the Financial Administration Act;

  • (b) in respect of tax paid on or after January 1, 1991 but before the day on which this Order comes into force, a written claim for the remission is made to the Minister of National Revenue within two years after the day on which this Order comes into force; and

  • (c) in respect of tax paid on or after the day on which this Order comes into force, a written claim for the remission is made to the Minister of National Revenue within two years after the day on which the tax was paid.

 
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