Personal Income Tax (Amendment) Act 2011

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/\11 Act to amend the Personal Income Tax Act, Cap, I'R Laws or the Federation or Nigeria, 2{)04; and for related matters.
Lt\;\( 11,j) hy the National ASol:mhl) ofthe Federal Republic or ~igeria I. The Personal lncomc Tax Act (in this Act referred to as "tile Principal Act") is amended as set out in this Act.
2. Section 2 of the Principal Act is amended- (a) by substituting for the word "impose" in the marginal note the word
"collect" and wherever it occurs in the section;
(b) in subsection 2(c), by deleting the phrase "or any other Act" in line 2 ofthe Act.
Ie) in subsection (~) h) insenin.L', immediate}; after the word "allowances" th,-, words "including benefits in kind",
3. Section 3 ofthe Principal Act IS amended· (a) ill subsection ( I ) (b}-
(i) hy substituting the word "perquisites" in line 4 ofthe Act with the word "prercq ui sites"
(ii ) by inserting the phrase "temporary or permanent" alter the phrase "person to any" in line 5 ofthe Act.
(b) by substituting the existing subsection (I )(e) with a new paragraph (I )(e)
"(e) any charge or annuity,"
4. Section 1() of the Principal Act is amended-
(a) ill subsection (1) (a) (i ), by inserting immediately after the word "Nigeria",
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taxpayer is the owner and, subject to the provisions of this section, recover the amount of tax due by sale of anything so distraincd.
(2) The authority to distrain under this section shall he in the lorrn prescribed by the relevant tax authority.
(3) 1'01' the purpose of levying any distress under this section. an officer duly authorized by the relevant tax authority shall apply to it Judge or a Iligh Court silting in Chambers, under oath for the issue or a warrant under this section.
(4) The Judge may, on application made ex-parte, authorize such officer, referred to in subsection (3) of this section, in writing to execute any warrant of distress and, if necessary, break open any building or place in the daytime for the purpose of levying such distress and he may call to his assistance any police officer and it shall be the duty of any police officer when so required to aid and assist in the execution of any warrant of distress and in levying the distress.
(5) The distress taken pursuant to this section may, at the cost or the owner, be kept for 14 days, at the end of which lime. ir the. amount due ill respect of tax and the cost anr] charges incidental to the distress arc not paid. t.hl'
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