Petroleum (Timor Sea Treaty) Act 2003
Note: This is the copy of the Treaty referred to in the definition of Treaty in subsection 5(1) of this Act.Annex G under Article 13(b) of this Treaty
Taxation Code for the Avoidance of Double Taxation and the Prevention of Fiscal Evasion in Respect of Activities Connected with the Joint Petroleum Development AreaArticle 10 Royalties 1.
Royalties paid or credited by a contractor, being royalties to which a resident of a Contracting State is beneficially entitled, may be taxed in that Contracting State. 2.
Such royalties may also be taxed in the other Contracting State, but the tax so charged shall not exceed ten (10) per cent of the gross amount of the royalties. 3.
Royalties paid or credited by a contractor, being royalties to which a person who is not a resident of either Contracting State is beneficially entitled, may be taxed in both Contracting States but the taxable amount of any such royalties shall be an amount equivalent to the framework percentage of the amount that would be the taxable amount but for this paragraph. 4.
The term ``royalties'' in this Article means payments or credits, whether periodical or not, and however described or computed, to the extent to which they are made as consideration for:
(a) the use of, or the right to use, any copyright, patent, design or model, plan, secret formula or process, trademark or other like property or right;
(b) the use of, or the right to use, any industrial, commercial or scientific equipment;
(c) the supply of scientific, technical, industrial or commercial knowledge or information;
(d) the supply of any assistance that is ancillary and subsidiary to, and is furnished as a means of enabling the application or enjoyment of, any such property or right as is mentioned in subparagraph (a), any such equipment as is mentioned in subparagraph (b) or any such knowledge or information as is mentioned in subparagraph (c); or
(e) total or partial forbearance in respect of the use or supply of any property or right referred to in this paragraph.