Taxation Administration Act 1953
(a) the tax liabilities to which the person is subject have been wholly discharged and the Commissioner is satisfied that it is likely that the tax liabilities to which the person may become subject in respect of, or arising out of, matters that have occurred will be:
(i) wholly discharged; or
(ii) completely irrecoverable; or
(b) the Commissioner is satisfied that the tax liabilities to which the person is subject are completely irrecoverable,
the Commissioner shall, on application being made to the Commissioner by the person to do so or on the Commissioner's own motion, revoke the departure prohibition order.14T(2) [Revocation or variation of order]
Where a departure prohibition order is in force in respect of a person, the Commissioner may, in the Commissioner's discretion and on application being made to the Commissioner to do so or on the Commissioner's own motion, revoke or vary the departure prohibition order.14T(3) [``wholly discharged'']
A reference in paragraph (1)(a) to tax liabilities having been wholly discharged includes a reference to arrangements satisfactory to the Commissioner having been made for those tax liabilities to be wholly discharged and a reference in that paragraph to the Commissioner being satisfied that it is likely that tax liabilities to which a person may become subject will be wholly discharged includes a reference to the Commissioner being satisfied that it is likely that arrangements satisfactory to the Commissioner will be made for those tax liabilities to be wholly discharged.14T(4) [Commissioner to inform of revocation or variation]
(a) cause to be served, as prescribed, on the person; and
(b) cause to be given to each person to whom a copy of the departure prohibition order was given;
notification of the revocation or variation of the departure prohibition order.14T(5) [Refusal to revoke]
As soon as practicable after a decision is made under subsection (1) or (2) refusing to revoke a departure prohibition order made in respect of a person, the Commissioner shall cause to be served, as prescribed, on the person notification of the decision.
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