MINERALS RESOURCE RENT TAX ACT 2012 [ REPEALED]
An amount of expenditure is a mining royalty to the extent the expenditure:
(a) is made in relation to a * taxable resource extracted under authority of a * production right ; and
(b) is made under a * Commonwealth law , a * State law or a * Territory law ; and
(i) is a * royalty ; or
(ii) would be a royalty, if the taxable resource were owned by the Commonwealth, State or Territory (as the case requires) just before the recovery of the resource.
Subparagraph (1)(c)(ii) covers a case where an amount is payable under an Australian law in relation to minerals owned by private landowners.35-45(2)
An amount of expenditure is a private mining royalty if:
(a) it is:
(i) a * taxable resource or a quantity of something produced using a taxable resource; or
(ii) calculated by reference to a taxable resource or a quantity of something produced using a taxable resource; or
(iii) calculated by reference to the gross or net value of a taxable resource or something produced using a taxable resource; or
(iv) calculated by reference to the revenue, expenditure or profits made or incurred by an * entity in relation to a taxable resource or a quantity of something produced using a taxable resource; and
(b) it is not a * mining royalty .
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