Repayment of Receipts Regulations, 1997 (SOR/98-127)

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Repayment of Receipts Regulations, 1997

SOR/98-127

FINANCIAL ADMINISTRATION ACT

Registration 1998-02-23

Repayment of Receipts Regulations, 1997

T.B. 825983-1 1998-02-19

The Treasury Board, pursuant to section 20 of the Financial Administration Act, hereby makes the annexed Repayment of Receipts Regulations, 1997.

Excess Amount

  •  (1) Where money has been received by a public officer as a deposit to ensure the doing of any act or thing and paid into the Consolidated Revenue Fund, the money must, where the act or thing has been done or where the deposit is otherwise no longer required, be repaid to the person who paid it.

  • (2) Where money that is received by a public officer as a deposit to ensure the doing of any act or thing and paid into the Consolidated Revenue Fund exceeds the amount prescribed for that purpose or, where no such amount has been prescribed, the amount required for that purpose, the excess amount must be repaid to the person who paid it.

Purpose Not Fulfilled

 Where money has been paid to a public officer for any purpose that has not been fulfilled and the money has been paid into the Consolidated Revenue Fund, the money paid, less the sum referred to in subsection 20(2) of the Act, must be repaid to the person who paid it, unless that person cannot be identified or located.

Non Public Money

 Where money paid to the credit of the Receiver General is not public money, the money must be repaid to the person who paid it, unless that person cannot be identified or located.

Repeal

 [Repeal]

Coming into Force

 These Regulations come into force on February 23, 1998.

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