(b) Part 5 of the National Taxation Reform (Consequential Commissions) Act 2000 (Vic); (a) Annex 10 to the Intergovernmental Implementing Agreement (GST) Act 2000 (NSW); an Act authorizing and ratifying an agreement on the reform of the financial relations between the Commonwealth and the State and regulating other matters A New Tax System (Goods and Services Tax Transition) Regulations 2000 (c) Part 5 of the GST and Related Matters Act 2000 (Qld); The abolition of the accommodation tax in New South Wales on 1 July 2000 by Section 5A of the Accommodation Levy Act 1997 (NSW) is a mandatory amendment. (a) the modification of the rate of the rebate on diesel fuels, as amended by the Minister in accordance with subsection 164 (5A) of the Customs Act 1901 in the Notice on the Notified Rate in Respect of Rebates on Diesel Fuels, Notice No. 2 (2000) has been declared; The introduction of fuel sales subsidies under the Fuel Sales Grants Act 2000 is a mandatory amendment. The 2000 Regulations (in force under the A New Tax System (Goods and Services Tax Transition) (1999), as set out in this compilation, include Statutes 2000 No. 111, which have been amended as shown in the tables below. a) for Opinion No. 2 (2000) notified by the Minister in accordance with Subsection 164 (5A) of the Customs Act of 1901 – Special Scoreboard No. S 368 of Friday, 30 June 2000; 2. If the law of the state or territory in which the provision of acupuncture, naturopathy or herbal medicine is provided requires that a person providing such a service have an authorization or authorization or be registered, the provider must have the authorization, approval or registration. . (a) on 8 to 1 July 1999, have been members of a national professional association of practitioners of the profession in the discipline and are members of such an association at the time of the provision of the service; or. Established by the Attorney General`s Draft and Publication Office, Canberra.
. . . Reminder Some of these provisions have been amended or repealed since their original adoption. It may be necessary to consult a historical version of national or territorial legislation in order to find the provision or provisions that removed the obligation to pay taxes for financial institutions. . . .