Tax Agent Services Act 2009


Division 60 - The Tax Practitioners Board  

Subdivision 60-E - Investigations  

SECTION 60-95   Investigations  

The Board may investigate:

(a) your application for registration; or

(b) any conduct that may breach this Act; or

(c) other matters prescribed by the regulations.

The Board must notify you in writing if the Board decides to investigate you. The notice must be given within 2 weeks after the decision is made.

An investigation is taken to commence on the date of the notice.

The Board:

(a) has a discretion as to its procedure; and

(b) is not bound by the rules of evidence.


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