Taxation Administration Act 1953
Note: See section 3AA .Chapter 5 - Administration
For the purposes of an *indirect tax law, if the Commissioner considers it appropriate, a notice or process may be given to, or served on, a company by giving the notice to, or serving the process on:
(a) a director, the secretary or another officer of the company; or
(b) an attorney or agent of the company.
See subsection 444-10(5) for alternative ways to serve a notice or another document on a company (through its public officer or someone else acting or appearing to act for the company).
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