Revenue Administration (Amendment) Act 2013

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Revenue Administration (Amendment) Act 2013


Act No. 7 of 2013





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REVENUE ADMINISTRATION

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REVENUE ADMINISTRATION (AMENDMENT) ACT

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REVENUE ADMINISTRATION (AMENDMENT) ACT

2013

Act No. 7 of 2013

AN ACT TO AMEND THE REVENUE ADMINISTRATION ACT 2000

I assent,

TUPOU VI,

28
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June 2013.

BE IT ENACTED by the King and Legislative Assembly of Tonga in the

Legislature of the Kingdom as follows:

1 Short title and Commencement

(1) This Act may be cited as the Revenue Administration (Amendment) Act

2013.

(2) The Revenue Administration Act 2000, as amended, is in this Act referred to

as the Principal Act.

(3) This Act shall come into force on 1 July 2013.

2 Section 2 amended

Section 2 of the Principal Act is amended –

(a) in the definition of “Chief Executive Officer”:

(i) in the English version only, by deleting the word “services” and

replacing it with “and customs”; and

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(ii) in the Tongan version only by, deleting the words “ngaahi ngaue” and

inserting the words “mo e tute” after the words “tanaki pa’anga hu

mai”; and

(b) in the definition of “Minister”:

(i) in the English version only, by deleting the word “services” and

replacing it with “and customs”; and

(ii) in the Tongan version only by, deleting the words “ngaahi ngaue” and

inserting the words “mo e tute” after the words “tanaki pa’anga hu

mai”.






Passed by the Legislative Assembly this 24 day of June 2013.