Taxation Administration Act 1953

SCHEDULE 1 - COLLECTION AND RECOVERY OF INCOME TAX AND OTHER LIABILITIES  

Note: See section 3AA .

Chapter 4 - Generic assessment, collection and recovery rules  

PART 4-25 - CHARGES AND PENALTIES  

Division 290 - Promotion and implementation of schemes  

Subdivision 290-C - Injunctions  

SECTION 290-145   CERTAIN LIMITS ON GRANTING INJUNCTIONS NOT TO APPLY  

Restraining injunctions

290-145(1)  
The power of the Federal Court of Australia under this Subdivision to grant an injunction restraining an entity from engaging in conduct of a particular kind may be exercised:


(a) if the Court is satisfied that the entity has engaged in conduct of that kind - whether or not it appears to the Court that the entity intends to engage again, or to continue to engage, in conduct of that kind; or


(b) if it appears to the Court that, if an injunction is not granted, it is likely that the entity will engage in conduct of that kind - whether or not the entity has previously engaged in conduct of that kind and whether or not there is an imminent danger of substantial damage to anyone if the entity engages in conduct of that kind. Performance injunctions

290-145(2)  
The power of the Federal Court of Australia under this Subdivision to grant an injunction requiring an entity to do something may be exercised:


(a) if the Court is satisfied that the entity has refused or failed to do that thing - whether or not it appears to the Court that the entity intends to refuse or fail again, or to continue to refuse or fail, to do that thing; or


(b) if it appears to the Court that, if an injunction is not granted, it is likely that the entity will refuse or fail to do that thing - whether or not the entity has previously refused or failed to do that act or thing and whether or not there is an imminent danger of substantial damage to anyone if the entity refuses or fails to do that act or thing.


 

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