INTERNATIONAL TAX AGREEMENTS ACT 1953

SECTION 16   REBATES OF EXCESS TAX ON INCOME INCLUDED IN ASSESSABLE INCOME  

16(1)   [Application of section]  

This section applies in relation to each relevant part of a taxpayer ' s income of the year of income that consists of income in respect of which a provision of an agreement limits the amount of Australian tax payable.

16(2)   [Calculation of rebate]  

The taxpayer is entitled, in respect of each relevant part of the taxpayer ' s income of the year of income to which this section applies, to a rebate of the amount (if any) by which the amount ascertained in accordance with the last preceding section as the amount of Australian tax payable in respect of that part exceeds the limit applicable under the provisions of the agreement in relation to that part.

16(3)   [Rebate allowed in the assessment]  

The rebate to which a taxpayer is entitled under this section in respect of a relevant part of the taxpayer ' s income shall be allowed in the taxpayer ' s assessment in respect of income of the year of income in the assessable income of which that part is included.

16(4)   [ Rebate must not exceed tax payable]  

A rebate, or the sum of the rebates, a taxpayer is entitled to under subsection (2), in respect of income of a year of income, must not exceed the amount of Australian tax payable in respect of the taxpayer ' s taxable income of that year after all other rebates of, and deductions from, that tax have been taken into account.

16(5)  
(Repealed by No 88 of 2009)




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