Income Tax Act, 1962 (Act 58 of 1962)
Chapter III: General Provisions
Part IA: Advance Tax Rulings
76N. Retrospective Effect (Repealed)
[Repealed by the Tax Administration Act, 2011 (Act No. 28 of 2011)].
|1)||The Commissioner may withdraw or modify an advance tax ruling with retrospective effect, subject to the requirements of this section.|
|2)||The effective date for the withdrawal or modification of a binding general ruling issued in error may not be earlier than the date of publication of the notice of that withdrawal or modification.|
|3)||The Commissioner may withdraw or modify a binding private ruling or a binding class ruling retrospectively if that ruling was made in error and any of the following circumstances apply—|
|a)||the applicant has not yet commenced the proposed transaction;|
|b)||there is any person other than the applicant (or class member, in the case of a binding class ruling) who will suffer significant tax disadvantage if the ruling is not withdrawn or modified and the applicant will suffer comparatively less if the ruling is withdrawn or modified; or|
|c)||the effect of the ruling will materially erode the South African tax base and it is in the public interest to withdraw or modify the ruling retrospectively.|
|4)||A binding general ruling which is interpretative and is limited to providing details, supplementary information, examples, illustrations or elaborations of existing tax law, policy, or practice, applies from the effective date of the provision which is the subject of that ruling unless otherwise stated in that general binding ruling.|
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