A New Tax System (Indirect Tax and Consequential Amendments) Act 1999 (176 of 1999)
Schedule 1 Indirect Tax Acts
Part 1 Amendment of the A New Tax System (Goods and Services Tax) Act 1999
107 At the end of Division 114
114-10 Goods that have already been entered for home consumption etc.
Once goods have been:
(a) entered for home consumption within the meaning of the Customs Act 1901; or
(b) taken to be imported because of the application of an item in the table in section 114-5;
they cannot subsequently be taken to be imported because of the application of an item in the table, unless they have been exported from Australia since they were so entered or taken to be imported.
114-15 Payments of amounts of GST where security for payment of customs duty is forfeited
(a) a circumstance relating to goods is an importation of the goods into Australia because of an item of the table in section 114-5; and
(b) security has been given under the Customs Act 1901 for payment of *customs duty in respect of the goods; and
(c) the security is forfeited;
any GST payable on the importation is to be paid when the security is forfeited.
(2) This section has effect despite section 33-15 (which is about payments of amounts of GST on importations).
114-20 Payments of amounts of GST where delivery into home consumption is authorised under section 71 of the Customs Act
(a) the delivery of goods into home consumption in accordance with an authorisation under section 71 of the Customs Act 1901 is an importation into Australia because of item 1, 2, 3 or 4 of the table in section 114-5; and
(b) information was provided under section 71 of that Act in connection with the granting of the authorisation;
any GST payable on the importation is to be paid when the information was provided/on or before the granting of the authorisation.
(2) This section has effect despite sections 33-15 (which is about payments of amounts of GST on importations) and 114-15.