Higher Education Support Act 2003

Chapter 2 - Grants for higher education assistance etc  

PART 2-1 - HIGHER EDUCATION PROVIDERS  

Division 19 - What are the quality and accountability requirements?  

Subdivision 19-E - The compliance requirements  

SECTION 19-66A   Tuition protection requirements  

19-66A(1)  
A higher education provider to whom Part 5-1A applies must comply with the *tuition protection requirements.

Note:

See section 166-5 for the providers to whom Part 5-1A applies.

Civil penalty: 60 penalty units.

19-66A(2)  
A higher education provider to whom Part 5-1A applies must pay the following when it is due and payable by the provider:

(a)  *HELP tuition protection levy;

(b)  any penalty for late payment of HELP tuition protection levy.

Note:

HELP tuition protection levy is imposed by the Higher Education Support (HELP Tuition Protection Levy) Act 2020 .

19-66A(3)  
The Higher Education Provider Guidelines may make provision for, or in relation to, all or any of the following matters:

(a)  the issue of notices setting out the amount of *HELP tuition protection levy payable by a provider;

(b)  when HELP tuition protection levy is due and payable;

(c)  the issue of notices extending the time for payment of HELP tuition protection levy;

(d)  penalties for late payment of HELP tuition protection levy;

(e)  to whom HELP tuition protection levy and any penalties for late payment are payable;

(f)  the refund, remission or waiver of HELP tuition protection levy or penalties for late payment;

(g)  the review of decisions made under the Higher Education Provider Guidelines in relation to the collection or recovery of HELP tuition protection levy;

(h)  any other matters relating to the collection or recovery of HELP tuition protection levy.




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