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Landfill Disposals Tax (Wales) Act 2017

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CHAPTER 1E+WCHAPTER 1

54Power to make provision for tax creditsE+W

(1)Regulations may make provision for circumstances in which a person is to be entitled to a tax credit in respect of the tax.

(2)The regulations may (among other things) make provision—

(a)about conditions to which entitlement to a credit is to be subject;

(b)about the amount of a credit;

(c)about the way in which a person entitled to a credit is to benefit from it (for example, provision for deductions to be made from the tax that would otherwise be chargeable on a person, and for payments to be made to a person, in circumstances prescribed in the regulations);

(d)about the procedure for claiming a credit (for example, provision about information to be provided by a claimant in support of a claim);

(e)about conditions to which any benefit in respect of a credit is to be, or may be, made subject (for example, conditions requiring payments or repayments to be made to WRA in circumstances prescribed in the regulations);

(f)about circumstances in which WRA may withhold a credit;

(g)permitting WRA to require the provision of information and documents, and to inspect premises, either in connection with a requirement imposed under the regulations, or otherwise for the purpose of checking a person's position as respects entitlement to a credit, or as respects a requirement to make a repayment to WRA under the regulations;

(h)about duties to keep and preserve records;

(i)for penalties in respect of failures to comply with requirements imposed by or under the regulations;

(j)about reviews and appeals.

(3)The regulations may amend or apply (with or without modifications) any enactment relating to the tax.

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I1S. 54 in force at 18.10.2017 by S.I. 2017/955, art. 2(f)

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