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SNL1992 CHAPTER S-10.1
SCHOOL TAX AUTHORITIES WINDING UP ACT
2009 cR-15.01 s124
AN ACT TO ABOLISH SCHOOL TAX AUTHORITIES AND TO PROVIDE FOR THE COLLECTION OF UNPAID SCHOOL TAX
(Assented to June 11, 1992)
This Act may be cited as the School Tax Authorities Winding Up Act.
(1) TheSchool Tax Act
Every school tax authority constituted under the School Tax Act
(1) The Crown is the successor in law to each school tax authority and, notwithstanding the repeal of the School Tax Act,
has all the power which a school tax authority had under that Act, with respect to the assessment and collection of school tax, to assess and collect school tax owing on July 1, 1992.
Title to all real and personal property of each school tax authority is vested in the Crown.
The Crown is charged with and assumes all the obligations and liabilities of each school tax authority.
Tax Crown property
(1) All school tax, including interest on that tax, owing to a school tax authority on
A person who was, on
Notwithstanding section 45 of the School Tax Act,
a school board does not have a right to a distribution of school tax collected after
Collection of tax
(1) The Minister of Finance shall assess and collect the school tax on behalf of the Crown.
In addition to the power to assess and collect the school tax conferred on the Crown under subsection 3(1), the provisions of the Revenue Administration Act,
with the necessary changes, may be applied to the assessment and collection of school tax under this Act including the power to remit interest and penalties.
All school tax collected under this Act shall be paid into the Consolidated Revenue Fund.
Where a school tax authority is, on
Effect of defect
A person continues to be liable to pay the school tax notwithstanding that it is afterward discovered that there was a defect in the imposition of the tax by a school tax authority.
(1) The Lieutenant-Governor in Council may make regulations
notwithstanding sections 42 and 44 of the School Tax Act,
respecting the granting of exemptions, discounts, abatements and refunds of school tax including interest;
notwithstanding section 37 of the School Tax Act,
to establish interest rates payable on unpaid school tax;
necessary or desirable to enable the Minister of Finance to collect the school tax under this Act; and
generally to give effect to the purpose of this Act.
Regulations made under this section may be made with retroactive effect to not earlier than
(1) The school tax imposed for the period between
Where a person pays all arrears of school tax and 1/2 of the school tax owing for the period between
This Act comes into force on
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