Income Tax Act, 1962 (Act 58 of 1962)
Chapter III: General Provisions
Part IA: Advance Tax Rulings
76H. Binding effect (Repealed)
[Repealed by the Tax Administration Act, 2011 (Act No. 28 of 2011)].
|1)||Except to the extent otherwise provided in sections 76K, 76L and 76M, if an advance tax ruling applies to a person in accordance with section 76J, then the Commissioner must interpret or apply the Act to that person in accordance with that advance tax ruling (referred to as ‘‘binding effect’’ for purposes of this Part).|
|2)||An advance tax ruling does not have any binding effect upon the Commissioner unless that advance tax ruling applies to that person in accordance with section 76J.|
|3)||A binding general ruling may be cited by the Commissioner or any person in any proceeding before the Commissioner or the courts.|
|4)||A binding private ruling may not be cited in any proceeding before the Commissioner or the courts other than a proceeding involving the applicant for that ruling.|
|5)||A binding class ruling may not be cited in any proceeding before the Commissioner or the courts by any person other than a proceeding involving the applicant for that ruling or an affected class member identified in the ruling.|
|6)||A publication or other written statement issued by the Commissioner does not have any binding effect unless it is a binding general ruling under section 76P, a binding private ruling under section 76Q, or a binding class ruling under section 76R.|
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