6 Value added tax.E+W+S+N.I.
(1)For the purpose of giving effect to any Agreement between the government of the United Kingdom and the government of the Isle of Man whereby both countries are to be treated as a single area for the purposes of value added tax charged under the Value Added Tax Act [F11994] and value added tax charged under the corresponding Act of Tynwald, Her Majesty may by Order in Council make provision for securing that tax is charged under the Act of [F11994] as if all or any of the references in it to the United Kingdom included both the United Kingdom and the Isle of Man but so that tax is not charged under both Acts in respect of the same transaction.
(2)An Order in Council under this section may make provision—
(a)for determining, or enabling the Commissioners to determine, under which Act a person is to be registered and for transferring a person registered under one Act to the register kept under the other;
(d)for treating any requirement imposed by or under either Act as a requirement imposed by or under the other;
(e)for treating any permission, direction, notice, determination or other thing given, made or done under the Act of Tynwald by the Isle of Man authority corresponding to the Commissioners as given, made or done by the Commissioners under [F2the Act of [F11994]];
(f)for enabling the Commissioners to determine for the purposes of [F2section [F343]] of [F2the Act of [F11994]] (groups of companies) which member of a group is to be the representative member in cases where supplies are made both in the United Kingdom and the Isle of Man;
(g)for modifying or excluding, as respects goods removed from the Isle of Man to the United Kingdom or from the United Kingdom to the Isle of Man, any provision relating to importation or exportation contained in [F2the Act of [F11994]] or in the customs and excise Acts as applied by that Act;
(h)for any supplementary, incidental or transitional matter.
(3)An Order in Council under this section may make such modifications of any provision contained in or having effect under any Act of Parliament relating to value added tax as appears to Her Majesty to be necessary or expedient for the purposes of the Order.
(4)While an Order in Council under this section is in force and without prejudice to the powers conferred by the foregoing provisions—
(a)[F4section [F530(10)]] of [F4The Act of [F11994]] (forfeiture of zero-rated goods) shall have effect as if the reference to goods zero-rated under the regulations there mentioned included a reference to goods zero-rated under any corresponding regulations made under the Act of Tynwald;
(b)[F4paragraph 10(3) of [F6Schedule 11]to] of [F4The Act of [F11994]] (search of premises where offence is suspected) shall have effect as if the references to an offence in connection with the tax included references to an offence in connection with the tax charged under the Act of Tynwald;
(c)[F4section [F772(8)]] of [F4The Act of [F11994]] (course of conduct involving offences) shall have effect as if the reference to offences under the provisions there mentioned included a reference to offences under the corresponding provisions of the Act of Tynwald.
(5)Provision may be made by or under an Act of Tynwald for purposes corresponding to those of this section and of any Order in Council made under it.
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